Worship Leader Wednesday is a series where we give you quick tips that you can put into practice today to become a better worship leader
Three tips for Sunday Morning
Doing these three things right now will relieve so much stress for Sunday.
1) Plan your songs – right now
Having a plan in place (with appropriate keys and arrangements) will help set your team up for success, and it will take one of the biggest planning elements off your plate, which will allow you to focus on other really important things, like developing teams, coming up with Spiritual Direction times for your service, etc.
2) Communicate with your Pastor
You may be waiting on your Pastor or church leadership to tell you which song(s) they may want (or themes) to go along with their message. Take some time today to sit down with your pastor and let them know you’d like to finalize details for this weekend. Come to them with ideas for songs – they will love your initiative, and it will help them get one more thing off their to-do list as well.
3) Communicate with your team
Once you’ve got things planned, it’s time to let your volunteers and worship team know the details for Sunday. This will allow them to come into to rehearsals or Sunday services prepared. You may need to make some changes between Wednesday and Sunday – and that’s just fine – but your team will love knowing what specific songs (and what arrangements and keys) you’re playing this weekend.
Want some help planning songs?
Download our free PDF below that contains three full service orders – complete with songs, arrangements, keys that flow well together, and other elements like welcome/announcements, offering, prayer, and message times.
Use them verbatim or as a jumping off point for your planning.
Sample Set Lists
Three full-length service orders with songs and other elements to jump-start your planning.
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This PDF document contains three full-length worship service orders you can use to jump-start your planning. Each order contains songs (with included arrangements and keys) as well as times for announcements, offering, messages, and prayers. Feel free to use these as-is, or as a jumping off point in your planning.
We’ve included a mix of modern and traditional songs, with both male and female vocal keys.
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