Mothers Day and Graduate Recognition were part of festivities at today’s Contemporary Service at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church. Really good attendance and participation. Here’s the recap.
Your Love Never Fails - We introduced this Jesus Culture song as a prelude before the official start of the service. We plan on adding this song to the rotation.
Today is a special photo edition of the Worship Wrap-up, anticipating the 200th Sunday Setlist posting of The Worship Community.com
It was a joyful, high energy and beautiful Contemporary Service at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church.
HFUMC Worship Team, Communion May-6-2012
Here’s the rundown:
Wow, it was an exceptional day at HFUMC’s contemporary gathering. Just a beautiful service and atmosphere – the baptism, Brad’s dramatic message on Grace, the music and themes flowed really well.
Three of us on the team had run in the Country Music Marathon the day before, so I sat on a stool, my legs were too beat. My friend, fellow IWS Alum and marathoner Stephen Butler was in town and sat in with us on keys.
Here’s the worship order:
It was a great Lord’s day worshiping with Christ Community Church, McMinnville, TN ! I’ve been really busy, so this post will be short and sweet.
The worship song list.
The attributes of God was the theme for this second Sunday after Easter at HFUMC. We opened declaring the good news of the resurrection, “Christ has died, Christ has risen, Christ will come again!”
It was a very good day!
Here’s the worship recap:
It was a glorious Resurrection Sunday at HFUMC. The new chairs debuted and the gym was filled to capacity. We opened up with a powerful video, bagpipes, and brass quartet. The worship team rocked. Don’s message was stellar and Jenny Lee tore it up singing “Redeemer”.
We celebrated Palm Sunday moving the Contemporary Worship service into the main sanctuary at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church . It’s a really tight turnaround after the traditional service, so set-up and sound check have to happen fast. We’ll be back in the gym next week for Easter.
Here’s the worship recap.
We had a breakthrough this weekend for the Contemporary Worship service at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church as we held our first service in the main sanctuary. We had been setting up in the gym (stage, PA, hospitality, ect) but there’s another event being held in there this week and next, so to the big church we went.
We had an amazing guest speaker, Dr. Robert G. (Bob) Tuttle on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. He is a retired pastor and professor of theology with teaching stints at Fuller, Oral Roberts, Wheaton and Asbury Theological Seminaries. I highly recommend his book “Shortening The Leap: From Honest Doubt To Enduring Faith”.
When we first meet he says “You’re A Levite!”
I look at him astonished and say “I know!”
“How can change a nation in one generation? It’s through worship. Look at the story of Hezekiah in 2 Chronicles. How do you change a church? Teach the people to worship. Most important position in the church – teach them to sing”
Wow. This was one cool encouraging dude.
“Worship is an awareness of God’s presence in our midst”
Wow! Rockin service this Sunday at the Contemporary Worship service of Hendersonville First United Methodist Church.
The Youth (New World Generation) Choir opened the service with the song “Lord You Are Welcome in This Place” as the Call to Worship, then joined the praise team for “Lord You Are Good”.
It was an awesome day. Here’s the worship set:
It was a beautiful day for worship at Christ Community Church, McMinnville, TN. Our friends Aaron and Mandy Sotiriadis joined us on drums and vocals/flute. We didn’t have a bass player but it worked out fine.
The youth worship team !
The Youth Worship Team led the Contemporary Worship service this Sunday at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church. Yours truly dug out the electric guitar and joined the fun. They’re great kids and we had a wonderful service.
Here’s the worship rundown:
Feels like one big happy family at the Contemporary Worship service of Hendersonville First United Methodist Church. It was a good day. Big vocal team, all eight of our very good singers participated. Two kids from the youth team joined us on bass and piano. We really enjoyed worshiping God together.
Here’s the worship recap.