Today was an unusual day for us. Every year a small town just south of Wichita called Haysville (I happen to live in this town as well) has a Fall Festival, and on Sunday Morning they have what they call “Church In The Park.” Though there are a number of churches in Haysville, Glenville has had the opportunity to be the church that does the services for the last few years. So, we had our first service at the church (I did not lead, I was already at the park), and our second service was moved to the park for the day. It really was a neat opportunity for us to get involved in the community. So, here is our song selections for the day:
- You Are Good – Houghton
- Friend Of God – Gungor/Houghton
- Everlasting God – Brown/Riley
- Marvelous Light – Hall
After that first set, our choir sang Holy, Holy, Holy from the Community Bible Church collection. Then, one of our ladies sang Tomlin’s How Can I Keep From Singing. She did an awesome job! Our Pastor then gave a 15 minute message that was centered around the focus statement for our church – Loving God, Loving Others, Serving both.
After the message, we had another set of songs:
- Hosanna – Baloche/Brown
- How Great Is Our God – Tomlin/Reeves/Cash
- Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) – Newton/Tomlin/Giglio
The choir did two more songs:
- Jesus Messiah – Tomlin/Carson/Reeves/Cash
- Orphans Of God – LaBar/Lindsey
The soloists on both songs did a fantastic job! The wind was really strong during the service, so we had a few gusts that took some music away, knocked a couple stands over and messed with the mics, but over all, it was a great experience and an awesome opportunity to be out in the community.
This post is also part of Sunday Setlists at Fred McKinnon [dot] com.