1. 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

  2. All Belong Here
    By: Gary Rand (Producer)
    By: The Many

    "All Belong Here" is a new kind of call to communion, a call to remember who we are, and how much we are loved. It is a song that sees the Lord's Table as a place where we all belong. It reminds us that the whole world is God's table, where we can eat and be filled, where we can drink in the grace. Learn More

  3. As the Moon
    By: Christopher Grundy

    This gorgeous chorus from Christopher Grundy is a poetic invitation to sing the soul's deepest yearnings and longings for union with the Divine.  We have a feeling this one's going to be used widely.  It could be done in a variety of styles and tempos and used both in worship contexts and beyond (another potential great camp song).

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  4. Belong Here
    By: My Anchor Holds

    A beautiful song that reminds us that the Divine always receives us just as we are, and that at it's best the Church is a community that also reflects God's unconditional acceptance and love. My Anchor Holds is the husband/wife duo of Katie and Jacob Eckeberger. Learn More

  5. Belong To You
    By: Bryan Sirchio

    This is a brand new song written specifically to go with the Day 1 Scripture and Themes of the 2018 "Beyond Belief" Outdoor Ministries Camp Curriculum published by Chalice Press. Based on Psalm 139 and the theme, "What If I Belong?"--this is easy to learn and sing and will be useful in many contexts, including Sunday morning worship services. Learn More

  6. Come to Me
    By: Christopher Grundy

    This song is vintage Christopher Grundy and really deserves to be used more widely.  Great invitation, call to worship, prayer, or "short song or response" based on Jesus' invitation to come and find rest in Matthew 11:28.

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  7. For This Rare Good Food
    By: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan

    • The lyric sheet product is a congregational melody line.
    • The lead sheet product includes the congregational melody line and songleader's guide.
    • There is no musical accompaniment for this song.
    • This song is licensed via OneLicense.net, CCLI and Worldmaking.net.
    • This song is part of Richard Bruxvoort Colligan's intergenerational camp song album, "Branching Out: Neo Camp Songs."

    A simple echo table grace.

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  8. Forgive Us
    By: The Many

    From Gary Rand of "The Many..." "Forgive Us is a song of lament and confession. It’s a song to sing when the words don’t come; when our efforts to help, or do right, or even pray seem to come up empty. The songs says, “we don’t know how to pray here, stay here. All we hope is that you’re here.” It’s a song that resonates with Romans 8:26-27, where Paul speaks of the Spirit interceding for us when we don’t have the words." Learn More

  9. God Will See Us Through
    By: Emma Ceurvels

    A brand new song from Emma Ceurvels and Bryan Sirchio. We're really excited about this one! A simple song of hope and encouragement that reminds us that God is with us and that God will always see us through times of heartache and challenge. This song will work in many different liturgical moments and will be a great source of comfort and hope and healing both to individuals and to groups of people. Learn More

  10. Healer
    By: Dakota Road
    By: Larry Olson

    A very simple yet profound prayer for healing, peace, non-violence, and wholeness.  Very easy to learn and sing, yet full of potential for layers of harmony and many different musical approaches and styles. 
     

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