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Creative Elements for December 11, 2011 (Long Hollow Christmas)

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on December 11th, 2011. On this particular weekend, the Creative team performed their annual “Long Hollow Christmas” program.

  1. “Angels We Have Heard On High” // Artist: Chris Tomlin // Album: Glory in the Highest
  2. “Classic Christmas Medley” // arr. by Gerald Trottman
  3. “Pass the Ketchup” // Artist: Randall Goodgame // Album: Slugs & Bugs Christmas
  4. “Christmastime is Here” // Artist: Vince Guaraldi Trio // Album: A Charlie Brown Christmas
  5. “God Rest Ye” Instrumental // arr. by Cody Fry
  6. “Modern Christmas Medley” // arr. by Jordan Reynolds & Jason Dyba
  7. “Carol Medley” // arr. by Gerald Trottman
  8. “Christmas Nocturne” Instrumental // arr. by Cody Fry
  9. “For Unto Us” // arr. by Cody Fry & Jason Dyba
  10. “Joy to the World” // arr. by Cody Fry & Jason Dyba

And for the offering:

  1. “Jesus, Oh What a Wonderful Child” // arr. by Gerald Trottman

Below is a video of the entire “Christmas in Stop Motion” program:

Below is the cast list involved in this production:

“Christmas in Stop Motion”
Written and directed by Jason Dyba

—DRAMA—
Narrator:
Graham Hepburn

Actors:
Silas Snead (young Billy Furling)
Art Snead (adult Billy Furling)
Alex Collins (Jonathan Furling)

—DANCERS—
Choreographer:
Carmen Justice

Dancers:
Carmen Justice
Aubrey Swander
Rachel Knight
Sarah Eslick

—MUSIC PERFORMANCE—
Music Director: 
Gerald Trottman

Assistant Music Director: 
Jordan Reynolds
Cody Fry

Choir:
RESONATE Choir

Soloists (by appearance):
Scot Tyler
Angie Trottman
Tami Pate
Tucker Yochim
Brooke Voland
Jordan Reynolds
Tina Tyler
Cody Fry

—MUSIC PREPARATION—
Lead Arrangers: 
Gerald Trottman
Cody Fry

Additional Arrangers:
Jordan Reynolds
Jason Dyba

—VIDEO—
Producers:
Zac Dixon
Dakota Diel
Brian Zimmerman
Tyler Scott

—PRODUCTION CREW—
Staging:
Tony Pasley
Dan Huddleston
Mark Smith

Lighting:
Greg Saffles
Jon Kuhn
John Walrond

Audio:
Jeff Lemmonds
Jeremy Brown
Tim Wagoner
Mike Janas

Video Director:
Tyler Hirth

Video Engineer:
Justin Diel

Camera Operators:
Dakota Diel
Michael Vincent
Mark McCrory
Todd Abraham
Luke Myszka

Lyrics:
Chris Hammond
Kristin Freudenthal

Stage:
Jon Runion
Rodney Emmert
Darrell Turner
Donny Andress

Creative Elements for December 4, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on December 4th, 2011.

  1. “Joy to the World (Unspeakable Joy)” // Artist: Chris Tomlin // Album: Glory in the Highest
  2. “What a Savior” // Artist: Laura Story // Album: Catalyst Music Project
  3. “Glory in the Highest” // Artist: Chris Tomlin // Album: Glory in the Highest

And for the offering:

  1. “Glory to God” // Artist: Lincoln Brewster // Album: Worship & Adore – A Christmas Offering

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman,  Jordan Reynolds, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

Also, here is the sermon video bumper used this weekend:

Creative Elements for November 27, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on November 27th, 2011.

  1. “Salvation Is Here” // Artist: Hillsong United // Album: Look to You
  2. “Christ is Risen” // Artist: Matt Maher // Album: Alive Again
  3. “I Have Decided” // Traditional
  4. “Revelation Song” // Artist: Kari Jobe // Album: Kari Jobe

And for the offering:

  1. “Listen to the Sound” // Artist: Building 429 // Album: Listen to the Sound

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman, Clint Lamberth, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

Creative Elements for November 20, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on November 20th, 2011.

  1. “We Have Overcome” // Artist: Israel & New Breed // Album: A Deeper Level
  2. “Made Me Glad” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: Ultimate Worship
  3. “The One Who Saves” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: A Beautiful Exchange

And to close the message:

  1. “The Blessing” // Artist: John Waller // Album: The Blessing

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman,  Jordan Reynolds, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

Creative Elements for November 13, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on November 13th, 2011.

  1. “It All Belongs to You” // Artist: Brooklyn Tabernacle // Album: Declare Your Name
  2. “Glorious” // Artist: Martha Munizzi // Album: WOW Gospel 2005
  3. “Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)” // Artist: Chris Tomlin // Album: See the Morning
  4. “Forever Reign” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: A Beautiful Exchange

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman and Jordan Reynolds, with soloists Paul Fleming and Carla Burleson.

Below is a video of the music from the Sunday morning services:

Also, during the offering, we played a video of the our rescued orphans in Jeremie, Haiti singing a song they wrote with Gerald Trottman:

Creative Elements for November 6, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on November 6th, 2011.

  1. “Our God Is Love” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: A Beautiful Exchange
  2. “Christ is Risen” // Artist: Matt Maher // Album: Alive Again
  3. “At the Cross” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: Mighty to Save

And for communion:

  1. “Remember” // Artist: Laura Story // Album: Blessings

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman,  Jordan Reynolds, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

And here is a video of our rescued orphans in Jeremie, Haiti singing a song they wrote with Gerald Trottman:

Creative Elements for October 30, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on October 30th, 2011.

  1. “Who Is Like the Lord?” // Artist: Israel & New Breed // Album: New Season
  2. “Free for All” // Artist: Lakewood Live // Album: Cover the Earth
  3. “Great is Thy Faithfulness” // arr. by Gerald Trottman
  4. “Healing is in Your Hands” // Artist: Christy Nockels (Passion) // Album: Awakening

And for the offertory:

  1. “What Would It Be Like” // Artist: Salvador // Album: Awake

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman,  Jordan Reynolds, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

Creative Elements for October 23, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on October 23rd, 2011.

  1. “Cover the Earth” // Artist: Lakewood Live // Album: Cover the Earth
  2. “You’ll Come” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: This is Our God
  3. “Our God” // Artist: Chris Tomlin (Passion) // Album: Awakening
  4. “Your Name” // Artist: Paul Baloche // Album: A Greater Song
  5. “Waiting Here for You” // Artist: Christy Nockels (Passion) // Album: Here for You

And for the offertory:

  1. “Everything is Yours” // Artist: Audrey Assad // Album: The House You’re Building

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman,  Jordan Reynolds, Clint Lamberth, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

And, although this was not played during the service, here’s a video of an upcoming special offering we’re taking on November 6th:

Creative Elements for October 16, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on October 16th, 2011.

  1. “Our God Is Love” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: A Beautiful Exchange
  2. “Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)” // Artist: Chris Tomlin // Album: See the Morning
  3. “Waiting Here for You” // Artist: Christy Nockels (Passion) // Album: Here for You

And for the offertory:

  1. “Hold On” // Artist: Phil Wickham // Album: Heaven and Earth

Our worship leaders for these services were Jordan Reynolds and Brooke Voland with soloist Cody Fry.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

Join Long Hollow Creative

Long Hollow Creative

is a body of musicians and artists

dedicated to the Gospel:

living authentically — creating excellently — expecting always

 

1. Check out the videos below

2. Attend Long Hollow next Sunday

3. Email Jason.Dyba@LongHollow.com to get involved

 

 

 

Creative Elements for October 9, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on October 9th, 2011.

  1. “How Great Thou Art” // arr. by Gerald Trottman
  2. “A Mighty Fortress” // Artist: Christy Nockels // Album: Life Light Up
  3. “The One Who Saves” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: A Beautiful Exchange

And for the offertory:

  1. “I’m Letting Go” // Artist: Francesca Battistelli // Album: My Paper Heart

Our worship leaders for these services were Jordan Reynolds, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

Job Opening: Springfield Worship Leader [FILLED]

The BASICS

Job Title: Springfield Worship Leader
Job Type: Part Time (mainly weekends)
Experience Required: Minimum 2 years worship leading in a paid role; great vocal; instrumental competency; chord charting; high charisma.

Salary: Disclosed after receiving resume
Pay to Relocate: Negotiable

Responsibilities: weekly song selection, musician scheduling, music preparation (in all its various forms), coordinating service with campus pastor and Creative Director, directing band and vocal rehearsal, coordinating volunteer recruitment/training/encouragement, contribute to larger creative planning process (service planning, set construction, video shoots, etc.), facilitate setup and teardown of all music and tech equipment, oversee volunteer technical team, facilitate stage design as appropriate to venue, be involved in a small group, attend major church functions, and… oh yes, lead worship during adult and youth services

DO apply if…

. . . you can’t help but wanting to worship God in song

. . . you are excited to sing about God’s goodness, regardless of the style. Hymns?  How great thou art.  Rock?  Won’t cha break free, won’t cha break free, get up & dance! Southern Gospel? I’ll fly away, oh glory.  Black Gospel? Take the shackles off my feet so I can dance!

. . . you are a creative visionary.  You utilize what’s been done, but you long for what’s yet to be done

. . . you are authoritative from the platform, able to engage “Bubba from the countryside” in worship

. . . Planning Center is on your “Top 10 Best Things In My Life” list

. . . you genuinely thrive on finding new volunteer musicians

. . . you love tech people and are willing to learn their strange, made-up languages

. . . you like to plan ahead, not just for yourself but for LOTS of people

. . . you think like a music producer, knowing how to communicate with other musicians to effectively emulate a style of music

. . . you find comfort in hearing a Click Track playing

. . . you are comfortable reading scripture in front of thousands of people

. . . you’re okay ‘being in charge’ and okay ‘not being in charge’

. . . you like learning new musical trends, from songs to styles to technology

. . . you see music as a part of a bigger picture – along with videos, staging, lighting, and other creative elements – all supporting the Pastor’s message

. . . you can laugh about mistakes, but then implement means to avoid making them again

. . . Reason and Logic are 1) great philosophical abstracts and 2) opportunities for phat beats

DO NOT apply if…

. . . you want a 9-5 job.  C’mon… since when did a real musician work 9-5?

. . . you panic when other people (like the Creative Director) change their mind at the last minute

. . . you’re not willing to speak up about things you don’t like

. . . you’re not good with speaking to pastors (non-musicians, non-artsy)

. . . you’re not good with speaking to musicians (chronically late, disheveled, unprepared)

. . . you think money is a necessity for making good music

. . . “fast-paced” is a bad word to you

. . . you’re okay with using just one style of music indefinitely

. . . you’re prone to pulling together charts 5 minutes before rehearsal begins

. . . you don’t like Hillsong… or at least Passion

. . . you’re unwilling to accomplish non-musical tasks

. . . you think “Israel & New Breed” is referring to a movement in the Middle East

. . . you love your job more than your family

. . . managing other employees/interns terrifies you

. . . you don’t think you need volunteer teams

. . . you’ve never heard of Kirk Franklin

. . . you have a short temper

. . . you’ve never watched the 2010 Easter service on the LH site

 

The HOOK-UP

Contact: Jason Dyba, Creative Director 
Email: 
jason.dyba@longhollow.com

Job Opening: various production roles

The BASICS

The Long Hollow Creative department is currently seeking several different personnel to specifically meet production/technical needs. These positions range from internship to full-time staff in leadership roles. If you are someone who loves to work in live production scenarios — video switchers, projectors, multi-camera setups, sound reinforcement, rigging, staging, volunteer teams, set design/construction, etc. — then YOU are what we’re looking for.

What are the actual positions? Email Jason.Dyba@longhollow.com if you are seriously interested.

 

DO apply if…

. . . you love Jesus BIG TIME

. . . you have an internal drive for excellence

. . . you LOVE the details that bring out the best in any TV show, movie, graphic, story, idea

. . . you love to work with volunteers who DO NOT do production for a living

. . . you get excited about a big OR small budget

. . . you get excited about a two week turn-around or a two day turn-around

. . . you LOVE macs

. . . you eat stress for lunch

. . . you can be successful with a great idea, whether it came from you or not

. . . you love to work closely with directors, actors, writers, graphic designers, copywriters, pastors, ministries, and interns

. . . you are incredibly well-organized

 

DO NOT apply if…

. . . you can’t handle orders/criticism from a non-production-minded supervisor

. . . you want a 9-5 job. Not gonna happen

. . . you do not like people (specifically actors, artists, directors, or communicators)

. . . crisis scares you

. . . you’re unwilling to give up alcohol to serve the church

. . . you are easily satisfied

. . . you are inflexible

. . . you have to do EVERYTHING yourself

. . . you can only work on one project at a time

. . . “fast-paced” is a bad word to you

. . . you love your job more than your family

. . . you don’t think you need volunteer teams

. . . you have a short temper

 

 

Creative Elements for October 2, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on October 2nd, 2011.

  1. “Sing” // Artist: Travis Cottrell // Album: Unashamed Love
  2. “Standing on the Promises” // arr. by Gerald Trottman
  3. “Be Unto Your Name” // Artist: Travis Cottrell // Album: Alive Forever
  4. “I Have Decided” // Traditional
  5. “Forever Reign” // Artist: Hillsong Live // Album: A Beautiful Exchange

And for the offertory:

  1. “Down at the Cross” // Artist: Bart Millard // Album: Hymned Again

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman,  Jordan Reynolds, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services:

Creative Elements for September 25, 2011

Here are the songs we used in our weekend worship services at the Hendersonville campus on September 25th, 2011.

  1. “Salvation Is Here” // Artist: Hillsong United // Album: Look to You
  2. “Because He Lives” // arr. by Cody Fry
  3. “Christ Is Risen” // Artist: Matt Maher // Album: Alive Again
  4. “Waiting Here For You” // Artist: Christy Nockels // Album: Passion: Here For You

And for the offertory:

  1. “Wait and See” // Artist: Brandon Heath // Album: What If We

Our worship leaders for these services were Gerald Trottman,  Jordan Reynolds, and Brooke Voland.

Below is video of the music from the morning services: