Kindergarten Music: Servant of All

Sunday School Music: Servant of All

We introduced a new song to the Kindergarten class, along with the 2's and 3's yesterday. Needless to say, the song was a hit. It was easy for the children to hold one finger up for the word, "first" and then use both hands to make a zero for the word, "last." When we got to the chorus, everyone just started jumping!! It's so rewarding to see seeds being planted in young ones hearts and minds.

Here's the original chord chart but we found it easier to play the song in the Key of C.

 

Servant of All (Mark 9:35)


 B             E/B             B         B                 F#    B
If anyone wants to be first he must be the very last.
 B              E/B            B         B                 F#    B
If anyone wants to be first he must be the very last. 

Chorus
               F#  E        B
And the servant of all, that's right
                     F#  E        B
You know, a servant of all, that's right
                   F#  E       B
Uh-huh, a servant of all, that's right
                      F#  E        B
You know, a servant of all _______

Vamp

B   E/B   B   B   F#    B
               Be a servant of all
B   E/B   B   B   F#    B
               Be a servant of all

Repeat Verse, Chorus, Vamp

Repeat Verse, Chorus

B   E/B   B   B   F#    B
               Be a servant of all
B   E/B   B   B   F#    B
               Be a servant of all________ yeah!

Written by Jason Houser, 2007

http://www.seedsfamilyworship.com/chord-charts/

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"When I was a servant in Rosemary Lane......
"When I was a servant in Rosemary Lane..." Image by Jean-√Čtienne Liotard. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 Books on Serving


Green Eggs and Ham and Other Servings of Dr. Seuss
Serving in Your Church Nursery (Zondervan Practical Ministry Guides)

I think this is a powerful song to encourage us to think about others needs and how we can encourage, inspire and build up others. Some churches and organizations have huge ministry outreaches in cleaning up schools and beautifying the land. Others take care of the elderly, while many ministry leaders serve in their church.

We like singing and playing rhythm instruments with the children.

Have you found serving rewarding and if so, in what way? 



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