Request: Really clever orders of worship

Has anyone seen (or better, produced) really clever orders of worship (service) — feel free to brag with some detail, and include a link if it exists somewhere on the Web.

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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  1. Unfortunately, I do not have a link or other documentation anymore.

    One year, Sunday fell on April Fool’s Day and the minister was going to preach about April Fool’s. In keeping with the spirit I changed the titles of all the music (for hymns I left the correct numbers). I listed “In-a-Gadda-da-Vida” (20 minute version) as the prelude. Also included such gems as “Convoy”, “Drop Kick Me Jesus Through the Goal Posts of Life”, and “MacArthur Park” as the postlude.

    I’ve done some fun graphic things with the Order of Service (I did layout for the Order of Service for 5 years) like putting an image of God on the side of a milk carton (missing God), altering a Question Mark and the Mysterians album cover, hiding little Easter eggs through out the order of service and finally in a fit of insanity drew a quick sketch on each individual Order of Service (50 sketches).

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