Sunday Setlist - August 16th

Interesting weekend of worship at Gospel Light Community Church. We did another acoustic set this weekend.

This weekend was the Father/Son and Mother/Daughter weekends. Since most of the band was away at the Father/Son weekend, I wound up leading worship this weekend. Two Sundays of me singing - Bridgeport may never be the same!

Here's our setlist:


Your Grace is Enough (Maher)(G)

Main Set:

He Reigns (Furler)(C)
God of Wonders (Byrd/Hindalong)(G)
Mighty to Save (Morgan)(G)
You Are My King (Amazing Love)(Foote)(D)


Blessed Be Your Name (Redman/Redman)(C)

We had most of our regular female vocalists today. In addition, Pastor Amy joined us for the first time on keys. She's been rehearsing with us for weeks, but this was the first time she's played on a Sunday. I think she did a great job, and look forward to her being part of the team.

Things went pretty smoothly, all considering. I thought "Your Grace is Enough" suffered a bit without percussion, but the others went well. Not having any of our usual "lead" vocalists, we took "Mighty to Save" down two half-steps to G. (We usually do it in A.) It was a little easier to sing, and no one seemed to mind.

We used to do "Amazing Love" all the time. (And I do mean all the time.) We haven't done it in a while, I think. It seemed fresh to me in any case.

It's been fun doing stripped-down acoustic arrangements these last two weeks, but I'll be glad to have the whole band back next weekend. We're having our annual "Back to School" Revival next week, so we'll have services on Thursday, Friday and two on Sunday. I'd better get my fingers warmed up now!

Check out other setlists at Fred McKinnon's blog.


  1. Almost all of my top favorite songs on your list. I wouldn't even attempt Your Grace Is Enough w/o drums to keep me on track. We do an acoustic set for our early service each week. It's interesting to see how the two services compare. We often alter the first set, partially due to time demands in the first service, partially due to the personnel changes.

  2. I have had to do "Your Grace is Enough" without drums before too. Man it is tough. It feels like all of the energy is gone. We did "mighty to save" this week too! Great song. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Great, great list! It's really going to be a big contrast to have your band up after all the acoustic! I love both!

  4. I love to do an acoustic set now and then! Sounds like a great day.


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