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Thursday, October 26, 2023

Setlist from UTS "Horizons of Hope" 2023 Symposium Chapels, Oct 23-25

Greetings, 

If you're reading this, you probably attended the "Horizons of Hope" chapels during the 2023 Symposium at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, October 23-25 and sang along with Conie and Liz.  May these setlists and online recordings for each day support your studies and work for healing, justice, and spiritual care. 
 
Monday, October 23, 2023
  1. Hope Comes (The Bengsons)
  2. The Center Will Hold (text: Brene Brown, from Atlas of the Heart; music: clb)
  3. United We Can* (Jen Bach)
  4. Risk More for Love (words: Casper ter Kuile; music: Liz Digitale Anderson)
  5. Healing is Possible (Orion Johnstone)
Tuesday, October 24, 2023
  1. Bridget's song*
  2. Grateful (Sarina Partridge)
  3. Abundance (Liz Digitale Anderson)
Wednesday, October 25, 2023 
  1. You Already Know (Ian Carrick)
  2. United We Can (Jen Bach) - led by Sue
  3. May I Be Empty (Batya Levine) - led by Babs
  4. Net of Remembrance (Ahlay Blakely)
  5. There is a love (words: Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker/music: Elizabeth Norton) - led by Darrick
* There is no online recording at this time for this song.  If you find one, let us know in the comments!  

Here's a list of Resources:
  • Shruti Box, literally "sound" or "singing" in ancient Sankrit, replicates the sound of the Tambura, an East Asian Indian drone instrument. Part of the family of drone instruments that show up in many cultures, related to bagpipes and harmoniums. Conie's instrument is from Shrutibox.com run by Ron Kravitz of https://www.musicinthemoment.com/ in Philadelphia, PA
  • Music that Makes Community (MMC), https://www.musicthatmakescommunity.org/, practices communal song-sharing that inspires deep spiritual connection, brave shared leadership, and sparks the possibility of transformation in our world. Sign up for MMC's newsletter to get the latest details on upcoming workshops.Keep singing and stay warm, hydrated and creative!
Liz and Conie of Good Trouble are always delighted to share song and movement that supports healing work at the personal, cultural, and structural levels. This is just a small snapshot of songs, exercises, and everyday rituals that Good Trouble offers. For more ideas, check out this list on Liz's website and reach out if you would like to brainstorm ideas for a particular group or situation.

Love, Liz and Conie, a.k.a. Good Trouble


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