Let Your Light Shine!

Randy Neufeld – Worship Ministries

Worship Reflections – December 6, 2009

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I’m back!   It’s been a busy couple of weeks and my blogging has definitely paid the price.  But just in time for Christmas, Worship Reflections is back!

Worship Reflections is an opportunity for worship leaders in the Regina area to take a step back and reflect on your time worshipping God.

Here’s how to participate in Worship Regina!

1.  If you are a blogger, write about your service.  If you don’t blog, just leave your comments below including a list of the songs that your congregation sang.

2.  Reply to this post and include a link to your blog entry and any other comments!

Simple as that!

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Westhill Worship!

As we celebrated the second Sunday in Advent, our reflection was on “Peace”.

Songs included:

  • Light Of The Stable
  • Come Now is the Time to Worship
  • O Come All Ye Faithful
  • We Bow Down
  • Hark The Herald Angels Sing
  • Angels We Have Heard on High
  • Come Thou Long Expected Jesus

It was a great morning.  Check out the details at “Let Your Light Shine”.  Also be sure to check out Sunday Setlists at fredmckinnon.com where worship leaders around the world are sharing what God is doing in their fellowships.

Have a great week!

…Randy

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December 7, 2009 - Posted by | Worship Reflections

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  1. […] posting is part of Worship Reflections at WorshipRegina and Sunday Setlists at fredmckinnon.com. […]

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