TheMET Worship ::: September 19th, 2010

andyallen —  September 20, 2010 — Leave a comment

This weekend I had the privilege of leading worship at TheMET in Houston, TX.  I had a great time getting to know their team and seeing what God is doing through their ministry.  It’s been a couple years since I’d been to Houston and it was good to be back.  Selfishly I really enjoyed being away from the Phoenix heat because we’re still rockin’ 100+ temps.

TheMET is a strong intergenerational church with thriving ministries at every level.  I had a chance to tour their student ministry building and it is crazy cool.  Part of the current approach to serving their heritage as well as their future is in offering more than one service approach, or style.  It presents unique challenges but also incredible opportunities to love on people who are drawn to different faith expressions.  There are three services at TheMET on Sunday mornings and I had a great time worshipping with people in both service settings.

Here is the set list from the 8:15 AM Service:

All Hail The Power of Jesus Name  (Traditional)
Holy Is The Lord (Chris Tomlin)
Here I Am To Worship (Tim Hughes)
Be Thou My Vision  (Andy Allen – Original Chorus w/ Traditional Hymn)

Here is the set list from the 9:30 & 11:00 AM Services:

Glory To God Forever (Steve Fee)
Jesus Paid It All (Kristian Stanfill)
Mighty To Save (Hillsong)
Our God (Chris Tomlin)

A highlight of the morning for me was watching 41 people get Baptized during the services.  So cool to be a part of people living out their faith in tangible ways.  Topping it all off was an incredible message in a series called “Really!? Shocking Statements of Jesus”  from Pastor Sal Sberna.  If you’re living in the NorthWest side of Houston and looking to find a church where you can connect to God and some very cool people, definitely take the time to come out to TheMET.


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