This Sunday I was off. We visited the worship service at Belmont Church, Nashville where I used to be the Pastor of Worship & Arts. It was great to re-connect with so many dear friends. Belmont hosted an outdoor block party Saturday as an outreach to the neighborhood. The weather was perfect and made for a fantastic event.
The Sunday worship services were held outdoors under a big white tent, just like SOZO Festival.Â The Worship Leader for this weekend was Rob Frazier. It just so happened on the set list this day was my song A New Anointing \This Is The Day.Â
Rob graciously invited me up front to sing A New Anointing. That was just too much fun. Although this song has been translated into many languages and I’ve been singing it all over the world as part of our missions trip , it was great to bring it on home. I wrote this song at Belmont originally for the people of Belmont based on a message by Stephen Mansfield, who was pastor at the time.
I was honored to be a small part of the celebration, worshiping outdoors on such a beautiful day with people who have meant so much to us. God bless Belmont Church.
Here’s a video link to the service. [There was a power outage but hopefully video will be up later this week]
The band was just kicking and besides Rob Frazier on acoustic guitar, consisted of Jim Foster (drums), Bryan Grassmeyer (bass), Shelby Flowers (keys) , David Erwin (Guitar) . Vocalists were Julia Cecere and Kelly Cox.
Here’s the set list.
- All Hail The Power of Jesus Name (Frazier has a groovy kind of “Everyday People” arrangement)
- A New Anointing \This Is The Day
- More Love, More Power
- Come and Let Your Presence
- Mighty to Save
- Days of Elijah
This post is part of the Worship Community Sunday Set list roundup. See what other communities are doing here: http://www.theworshipcommunity.com/sunday-setlists-165/
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