The imagery for We’ll All Stand Together comes from the book of Revelation. In the city of God, redeemed and made new, the people gather together at the banks of the river, a river of grace that blesses the whole city. We’ll All Stand Together works well at a faster tempo, and is a good one for starting or ending a worship service, especially one focused on social justice and solidarity.
Amy Sens is an ordained UCC minister serving a congregation in Baltimore, MD. She has compiled an entire hymnal of bluegrass style worship songs with inclusive language and theology. Contact her directly at her bandcamp site for more information about this great resource!