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Add to EJ Playlist  A production of First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY. Production Team: Wendy Mancarella, Adam Durand, Gabe Siftar, Brendan Simms, Erin Julian, and Mary Lyubomirsky Talent: The people of First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY Original Song by P Diddy - Dirty Money Copyright Clearance from Christian Copyright Solutions Worship Cast License

Love Reaches Out

Add to EJ Playlist  - Download the song! // http://sanctuar iesdc.bandcamp. com Created by artists at The Sanctuaries in Washington, DC. Erin J. | James B. | Megan M. | Osa O.

"A Good Life" music video

Add to EJ Playlist  After a spiritual assignment at First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY, one woman searches inside herself for what needs cultivating, as she sets out to find fellow Unitarian Universalists living out their values in the world. Production team: Wendy Mancarella, Mary Lyubomirsky, Adam Durand, Gabe Siftar, Brendan Simms. Featuring Meg Gehman and Orange Sky band members Mike Boyack, Jean Bolinger, and Adam Wilcox, as well as members and friends of First Unitarian Church of Rochester, NY. Based on the song "Good Life" by OneRepublic. Copyright Clearance from Christian Copyright Solutions Worship Cast License

Unitarian Universalism: Love Is Here Right Now

Add to EJ Playlist  Join us! A religion that supports freedom of belief and honoring the worth and dignity of all. Song courtesy Paper Windows http://paperwin dowsmusic.com

Chalice Song in sign language and harmony

Add to EJ Playlist  Recorded with permission from Linda Olson Peebles: http://peebles. us/linda/ Singers Joyce Dowling & Sharon Crestwell and pianist Nancy Dalzell are from Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church in Camp Springs, Maryland (http://www.dmu uc.org/ ). The signing is not actually ASL, but considered PSE, contact sign, or signed English, though similar to ASL.

A Promise I Will Keep by Nick Page

Add to EJ Playlist  A Promise I Will Keep by Nick Page Published by Boosey & Hawkes. Performed by Nick Page, Louise Grasmere and the Mystic Chorale of Boston. 2003

Draw the Circle Wide

Add to EJ Playlist  Words by Gordon Light, music by Mark Miller, sung by Luminescence of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley

"I am a Unitarian" - September 29, 2013

Add to EJ Playlist  Performed by Cherub and Chorister Choirs of First Unitarian Society of Madison.

Lynn Hollyfield - In the Balance

Add to EJ Playlist  Lynn Hollyfield with Dave Abe and Jimmy Brink Mansion at Strathmore - Arts After Hours Series, 11/30/11 http://lynnholl yfield.com http://www.stra thmore.org

First Parish in Cambridge, Valentine's Day 2010

Add to EJ Playlist  The congregation, led by Reverend Fred Small, sings "Stand!" written by Amy Carol Webb. www.amycarolweb b.com/music-73. html www.firstparish cambridge.org

How Can I Keep from Singing

Add to EJ Playlist  Dance from the Sarah Bush Project and Song from the Chancel Choir of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley

United We Are One - Jackie Austin-Singer

Add to EJ Playlist  I am a struggling middle class teacher/ single mom. The first time I attended San Diego Occupy it became immediately apparent that there was a great discrepancy in what I saw with my own eyes at San Diego rallies and what the local and US media was portraying. What I witnessed was a highly diverse group of people who were intelligent, passionate, and VERY frustrated by a system that is not working. This experience inspired the song which I have linked to here. Artistic and time limitations don't allow for inclusion of every group who is participating, and I realize there is a whole world of people who are also participating in this critial point in history. This song is about this moment in time here in America and the American press. I hope you consider sharing your voice with this movement. And remember, .99 + .01 = 1. We are ALL part of the equation. Jackie Austin-Singer I'm a small business owner who has seen business continue to shrink over the past five years. I'm am the 99%. As I was searching the Internet for images to use in this project, I was struck by the incredible diversity of people participating. America (and the whole world are finally waking up, and, as the sign in the beginning says... "This is first time I've felt hopeful in a very long time." Judy Winn United, We Are One Jackie Austin-Singer We are mothers, we are daughters, we are fathers, we are sons We are brothers, we are sisters, we are elders, we are young We are Christians, we are Muslims, we are Pagans, we are one We are black, and we are white, and all colors under the sun (Chorus) We are people seeking justice and it's time to take a stand We've found our strength in numbers, together hand in hand And we will not lay down to rest until our work is done Today we stand together as one This is our time to stand United, we are one. We are carpenters, caregivers, we're peace officers, we are one We are soldiers, we are heroes, we are workers, we are one We are teachers, we are students, we are leaders, we are one We are artists, we are poets, we are visionaries, we are one Chorus We are growing in our numbers and we've only just begun (Only just begun) We are hundreds, we are thousands, we are millions, we are one We come from every walk of life, united we are one We are America, we are America, we are America, we are one We are America, we are America, we are America, we are one We are America, we are America, we are America, we are one We are America, we are America, we are America, we are one We are America, we are America, we are America, we are one We are America, we are America, we are America, we are one We are people seeking justice and it's time to take a stand We've found our strength in numbers, together hand in hand And we will not lay down to rest until our work is done Today we stand together as one Today we stand together as one This is our time to stand United, we are one.

Breaths - Sweet Honey In The Rock

Add to EJ Playlist  From their 1980 Live LP, 'Good News'

Standing on the Side of Love, February 14, 2010

Add to EJ Playlist  Singing at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley, February 14, 2010

"Bright Morning Stars are Rising", Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church

Add to EJ Playlist  The Paint Branch Choir and the Chalice Dancers did a performance of the American folk song "Bright Morning Stars are Rising" during the annual Easter Sunday service at Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church on April 24, 2011.

Chalica Song (Infinite Light)

Add to EJ Playlist  Daniel Flores performs his Chalica Song in celebration of the week-long Unitarian Universalist holiday which highlights the faith tradition's Seven Principles, one each day, accompanied by the lighting of a chalice.

Santa Cruz Peace Chorale sings "1000 Grandmothers" by Holly Near

Add to EJ Playlist  from the May 16, 2009 concert "Many Voices, One Land; Songs of Peace & Justice in the American Tradition" conducted by Aileen Vance; pianist: Abigail Meloche/video by Mathilde Rand and Annie Newman for more info: http://members. cruzio.com/~ava ndlt/SCFPC.html (1995) Holly Near Cathy Webster of Chico, CA, heard this song and issued a call for 1000 Grandmothers to come the Ft. Benning, GA, to protest the School of the Americas, the notorious training school for Latin American soldiers. She said, What if 1000 grandmothers around America and the world were to take this song as their rallying cry and march onto the grounds of the SOA, accepting arrest and imprisonment in an effort to shut down the training school for terrorism? This protest has now become a tradition.

"Marching into the Light," performed by Rev. Fred Small, written by Andres Useche

Add to EJ Playlist  Rev. Fred Small of the First Parish in Cambridge, MA, performs "Marching into the Light," which was written by Andres Useche in protest of SB 1070. To watch Useche's video of the song, visit http://www.yout ube.com/watch?v =IvcqXokV0ok The performance was part of a Boston New Sanctuary Movement breakfast held at the First Parish in Cambridge on October 21, 2010. For more information, visit http://www.uua. org/news/newssu bmissions/17261 9.shtml

Ysaye Barnwell Trilogy - We Are, On Children, and Wanting Memories

Add to EJ Playlist  Harmonious Soul Women's A Cappella performs a trilogy of songs composed by Dr. Ysaye Barnwell.

There's a River Flowin' in my Soul

Add to EJ Playlist  From the "Festival of Music" at Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo (UUSM) on June 8, 2008. To find a Unitarian Universalist community near you, go to http://www.uua. org.

Keith Mesecher "We Are the Cosmos" (lyrics in captions)

Add to EJ Playlist  The Cosmic All Stars in a sacred science music video. Organizations may play this video publicly by downloading the mp4 and donating at: http://thegreat story.org/songs /cosmic-all-sta rs.html (Note: These songs were composed by Keith Mesecher for the "Cosmos" celebrations at First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego. The Cosmic All Stars performed all 5 songs live at the world's first "Evolutionary Revival" February 2008: http://www.theg reatstory.org/e volutionary-rev ival.html

Unitarian Universalist Tri-Choir Concert 2007

Add to EJ Playlist  Unitarian Universalist Tri-Choir Concert 2007 [WARNING: Sound is distorted during the loud section] In January 2007, the choirs of three Maryland Unitarian Universalist churches in the Washington D.C. area met for a weekend to enjoy the act of making music together. The concert benefited their music programs. The choirs included: Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church Rev. John Crestwell, Minister Dixon Redditt, Director of Music Nancy Dalzell, pianist Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church Revs. Barbara Wells ten Hove and Jaco B. ten Hove, Ministers David Chapman, Music Director / Pianist Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring Rev. Elizabeth Lerner, Minister Michael Holmes, Music Director Phyllis Stanley, Pianist The concert is now an annual event, and the 2nd concert in February 2008 included one additional choir: Goodloe Unitarian Universalist Congregation Rev. Cynthia Snavely, Minister Michael Relland, Music Director Dixon Redditt, Director of Music at DMUUC retired in 2007, and he was replaced by Denise Brenner, who led the DMUUC and combined choirs in the 2008 event.

Community Sing highlights 10/22/09

Add to EJ Playlist  Singers of all ages can join our joyful Community Singsā„¢, led by extraordinary Levine School Artist-in-Resid ence Dr. Ysaye Maria Barnwell. Dr. Barnwell creates a chorus out of whomever attends without using sheet music. Levine School of Music, the Washington DC regions preeminent center for music education, is a welcoming community where children and adults find lifelong inspiration and joy through learning, performing, listening to, and participating with others in music. Our distinguished faculty offers a broad and well-rounded curriculum that provides a strong musical foundation for more than 3,500 students of all ages, abilities and interests at four campuses in Northwest and Southeast DC, the Music Center at Strathmore in Bethesda, Maryland, and Arlington, Virginia. Levine is proud to offer a series of performances and events recognized for their breadth, excellence and imagination. Levine presents outstanding performers in an intimate and friendly community setting. Also, the audience will see a preview of the next generation of performers in our competitions, master classes, and student concerts. Please join the Levine community for an entertaining, enriching, and innovative performance - most of these events are free or at a modest charge. Learn more at www.levineschoo l.org Video filmed and edited by Jason Arrol

I Ain't Afraid

Add to EJ Playlist  The UU Church of Berkeley Chancel Choir

Growin' Up UUMAC

Add to EJ Playlist  An original song by Ben Lighter, courtesy of the UUMAC 2009 auction and Jo Paoletti. Ben auctioned off a song, to be written on the theme of the winner's choosing, and to be written and performed by the end of the auction. Jo Paoletti won, and chose the theme Growin' Up UUMAC Growin' Up UUMAC Music and Lyrics by Ben Lighter My home away from home; a place where I'm never alone. Everybody here's a friend, and probably, Unitarian. UUMAC, growin' up, UUMAC. Thank god for all of you, and all the memories too. The place where I have grown more than anywhere else I've ever known The community that I dream of; my camp that taught me how to love. UUMAC, growin' up, UUMAC. Thank god for all of you, and all the memories too Growin' up is kinda strange.. so much difference with so much change But one thing that I will always know, UUMAC, I love you so. UUMAC, growin' up, UUMAC. Thank god for all of you, and all the memories too

chalice camp song

Add to EJ Playlist  Theme song from the fabulous Unitarian Universalist Chalice Camp. Words by Laila Ibrahim and Rumi; music by Rev. Laurel Liefert. Performed by Rev. Laurel Liefert, Maya Ibrahim-Bartley , Rev. Sheri Prud'homme, Kalin Ibrahim-Bartley , and Laila Ibrahim.

Pete Seeger/ Where Have All The Flowers Gone

Add to EJ Playlist  Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger LIVE at Wolftrap. Pete leads everyone to sing his famous song. He was seventy four at that time and every year he keeps saying, "Well, ya know, this will be my last time". This year Pete is 89 years old and he & his grand son Tao Rodriquez/ Seeger will be playing Carnegie Hall with Arlo and family! The video mix is live and the sound track is from our CD titled, "More Together Again". To be released at Carnegie. www.risingsonre cords.com

Heavenly - Sense of Wonder

Add to EJ Playlist  Written and performed by Rick & Audrey Engdahl with "UU2" band, featuring Wendy Lanxner Performed at the Unitarian Universalist 2011 General Assembly, Service of the Living Tradition.



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