I used to do this thing called Midweek Reflection. I really enjoyed it. It gave me a chance to download everything that was going on with RVC Youth and share it with all of you.
Well, I don’t really do much in the youth group, so I’ve decided to share the haps of our Sunday morning worship services with you in the form of (drumroll please) the Worship Reflection. (BTW, I once wrote a song with the same title… I need to get some updated recordings…)
Anyway, worship this weekend was great. I really feel like we hit a stride as a team and a congregation. As a small church plant, our music has been something we’ve sort of had to struggle through: it never seems like there’s enough musicians, enough opportunities to practice, or enough–I don’t know–involvment or energy. Things don’t always click.
But this week was a great week. The team consisted of myself (on the T5), Matt (on acoustic), Jeremy (on bass), and Megan (our mercenary drummer). Great band, we were really able to read eachother well.
The set rocked:
- God of Wonders (B. Avery?)
- Not To Us (C. Tomlin)
- Come To Me (P. Wickham)
- My Heart Will Trust (R. Morgan)
- Unchanging (C. Tomlin)
I loved the chance to play electric guitar (and she sounded oh-so-pretty) and just had a great time leading in general. Most importantly, RVC brought the noise. I could hear the congregation singing over the monitors. And that is why I do it.