1. 1157 (Suicidal System)
    By: Brian McLaren

    1157 stands for "11:57," as in almost midnight. The song describes the urgent moment we are in at this point in human history, and how we are basically committing collective suicide in and through our lifestyles and global systems and structures of selfishness and injustice. This is a different kind of song--spoken word in the verses, and then a sung prayer in the refrain. The lyrics are simultaneously disturbing, haunting, and yet hopeful. It's late. But hopefully not too late. Learn More

  2. A Dance on the Grass
    By: Christopher Grundy

    “What song will you sing on your deathbed?” This brief, a cappella song is a threshold song - meant to be sung at the time of dying. With a gentle Celtic feel, it can be useful for hospice, or even funerals. Alto / Tenor / Baritone / Bass. This song is registered with CCLI. #7111716. Learn More