Reflecting on Worship

3 October 2006 — 4 Comments

I meant to post this on Sunday afternoon, but the internet’s been down at home! Sunday’s Thanksgiving Service was fantastic with the band sounding really great! It was Lea’s vocals and strong harmonies that really help lift the whole tone, but all real credit must go to God for inspiring us all to praise him.

If you’re interested we actually only played 4 songs in the end:

  • Beautiful One – Tim Hughes
  • Oh Happy Day – Tim Hughes
  • Holy is The Lord – Chris Tomlin
  • Oh Praise Him – David Crowder Band

The best part of the service for me was the dedication of little Cora Star Debnam. It was an especially moving experience to watch two parents cry tears of joy over their new baby. That’s real thanksgiving.

Jon

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I am a qualified youth worker, writer and consultant based in Littlehampton, UK. I've worked in the voluntary youth sector for over 12 years, am married to Kirsty and we have two daughters named Hope and Eloise. Check out 'Journeying Together: Growing Youth Work and Youth Workers in Local Communities' and read my opening chapter.

4 responses to Reflecting on Worship

  1. Twas fantastic on Sunday morning – I really enjoyed it. Now I must return to my world of cheese and parody…

    In the words of Weird Al.

    “They see me mowin’
    My front lawn
    I know they’re all thinking
    I’m so White N’ nerdy”

  2. Twas fantastic on Sunday morning – I really enjoyed it. Now I must return to my world of cheese and parody…

    In the words of Weird Al.

    “They see me mowin’
    My front lawn
    I know they’re all thinking
    I’m so White N’ nerdy”

  3. You are so random…

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