Who’s Helping You Worship?

We had a great service programming meeting yesterday. It was more relaxed than I expected, because even though we’re doing back-to-back Sundays for the rest of our lives, Darin and Kevin are way out ahead of the curve and we’re talking about November and December, not next week. Huge kudos to a great team!

So, we got to talking about introducing some new tunes to the worship rotation at Access. It was really fun, as we each went through our iTunes libraries and took turns playing artists that are really helping us worship. Here are some of our current favorites:

Lee McDerment
Leeland
Charlie Hall
Chris Tomlin
Eddie Kirkland
Casey Darnell
Phil Wickham
Tenth Avenue North
David Crowder
FEE
Robbie Seay Band
Tim Hughes
Big Daddy Weave

Now, we want to hear from you. Who’s helping you worship this week? Please comment below and let us know!

Join us this Sunday to worship with Steve Collom at 9:00 & 10:30am.

Who will you invite?

Posted September 11, 2008

3 responses to “Who’s Helping You Worship?”

  1. Lil tank says:

    Need To Breathe-The Heat
    -Washed By the Water
    -Signature of Divine (Yahweh)
    -Streets of Gold

    Mercy Me-All That is Within Me

    The WHOLE album

  2. Ben Habeck says:

    of course, the usual for me… Dave Matthews Band! I’m not kidding, that dude has so REALLY worshipful music. In fact, when I used to lead worship, we would prepare ourselves by playing several Dave songs! Try it out, I think you’ll be amazed.

    ALSO, check out Shawn McDonald. The dude rocks my face off. He’s got an amazing song, “Have you Ever?”

    And, of course, my boys Shane and Shane!

  3. Beau says:

    Ben, I agree Dave Matthews is great to worship to. I love to hear God’s gifts passed through people. I have been listening to a lot of ambient electronic music that has inspired me and opened my spirit. Another song that has stuck with me is Todd Agnew’s “My Jesus” its so raw and very harsh on some levels, but so true.

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