Songs and Scenes from Sunday, April 21, 2013


Songs and Scenes is a weekly blog review of the songs and liturgy featured in The Crossing’s Sunday services. This week’s service was planned and lead by Andrew Camp. Scott Myers provided photos to give a glimpse into Sunday morning life at The Crossing. You’ll also find links in the song titles that will allow you to purchase recorded versions of the songs where available.

In Christ Alone by Stuart Townend and Keith Getty, Arrangement: King’s Kaleidoscope

In Christ alone! who took on flesh,
fullness of God in helpless babe!
This gift of love and righteousness,
scorned by the ones He came to save:
Till on that cross as Jesus died,
The wrath of God was satisfied
for every sin on Him was laid;
here in the death of Christ I live.


Here is Love – Words by William Rees (19th century); Music by Robert Lowry (1876); Additional chorus by Matt Redman

Here is love, vast as the ocean,
loving-kindness as the flood,
when the Prince of Life, our Ransom,
shed for us His precious blood.
Who His love will not remember?
Who can cease to sing His praise?
He can never be forgotten
throughout Heav’n’s eternal days.


Andrew and Kristen lead us in a prayer adapted from The Worship Sourcebook.

You asked for my hands,
that you might use them for your purpose.
I gave them for a moment, then withdrew them,
for the work was hard.

You asked for my mouth
to speak out against injustice.
I gave you a whisper that I might not be accused.
You asked for my eyes to see the pain of poverty.
I closed them, for I did not want to see.

You asked for my life,
that you might work through me.
I gave a small part,
that I might not get too involved.

Lord, forgive my calculated efforts to serve you—
only when it is convenient for me to do so,
only in those places where it is safe to do so,
and only with those who make it easy to do so.

Father, forgive me, renew me,
send me out as a usable instrument,
that I might take seriously
the meaning of your cross. Amen.


Take My Life – Words: Frances R. Havergal (1874), Music and additional lyrics: Chris Tomlin and Louie Giglio, Arrangement: The Crossing Music

Take my life and let it be
consecrated, Lord, to Thee.
Take my moments and my days,
let them flow in ceaseless praise.
Take my hands and let them move
at the impulse of Thy love.
Take my feet and let them be
swift and beautiful for Thee.


How Deep the Father’s Love For Us by Stuart Townend, Arrangement: Kings Kaleidoscope

Behold the Man upon a cross,
my sin upon His shoulders;
Ashamed, I hear my mocking voice
call out among the scoffers.
It was my sin that held Him there
until it was accomplished;
His dying breath has brought me life —
I know that it is finished.


All I Have is Christ by Jordan Kauflin

Now Lord, I would be Yours alone,
and live so all might see,
the strength to follow Your commands
could never come from me.
O Father, use my ransomed life
in any way You choose,
and let my song forever be
my only boast is grace.

Hallelujah! All I have is Christ.
Hallelujah! Jesus is my life.


Music and Tech Teams for April 21, 2013:

Andrew Camp – worship leader, electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
Kristen Camp – vocals
David Cover – bass
Rhett Johnson – electric guitars, percussion
Andrew Luley – drums
Shane Murphy – cello
Justin Schilb – violin
Benedict SIn – violin
Johnny Tucker – keyboards
Greg Wiele – acoustic guitar, percussion

Ray Batt – sermon cg, live-stream music cg
Joy Barbero – light board operator
Kenton Binkholder – live-stream audio
Kameron Bong – tech assistant
Laurel Critchfield – camera operator
Kevin Fletcher – asst. technical director
Henry Imler – sermon cg, live-stream music cg
Ken Kroll – light designer, director
Gerik Parmele – video director
Casey Reichert – camera operator
Tyler Stone – video engineer
Chantel Wandel – music cg
Jake Wandel – production manager
Tim Worstell – front of house audio
Brandon Wright – camera operator

Post a Comment

Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>