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Aug 1, 2023Liked by Kimberley Debus

Yes! And… put the announcements at the end. “If you liked this “musical,” you’ll love our upcoming program on radical welcome.” (Newcomers aren’t ready for announcements at the front end of the service… but after that great service they want to know how to get connected.

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Aug 1, 2023Liked by Kimberley Debus

Wow, point taken. Thank you from an aspiring worship associate (one of the good morningers).

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Aug 1, 2023Liked by Kimberley Debus

One of my pet peeves for many years as well.

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Great advice...thank you.

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Aug 1, 2023Liked by Kimberley Debus

I laughed hard at this post - I do that exact thing TOO MUCH as I lead hymns. In my deep desire for everyone to feel seen and spoken too, I always say good morning and introduce myself...even though my portions of the service are fairly deep into the worship. I will challenge myself this weekend to resist the urge... :-)

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