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Shaping Sanctuary: proclaiming God's grace in an inclusive church

Editor: Kelly Turney
Publisher: Reconciling Congregation Program, Chicago, 2000
Language: English
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270aWhat are those bells that call to usTRURO
270bThis is our Father's world
271aFor the goodness of our bodies made for caringEL CAMINO
271bDear God, Parent of HumankindREST
272As from the tomb stepped Lazarus
273aLet there be light, let there be understandingCONCORD
273bWho will stand forth, against the bigot's blindness?
274aO Spirit, spring of hidden pow'rJESOUS AHATONHIA
274bWe gather round the table nowAMAZING GRACE
275We limit not the truth of GodMATERNA
276Let us build a house where love can dwellTWO OAKS
277Bring many names, beautiful and goodWESTCHASE
278By the waters, the waters of BabylonBILLINGS
279Throw a pebble in a pond, see a circle[Throw a pebble in a pond, see a circle]
280Come, Breath of God, force we can't control[Come, Breath of God, force we can't control]
282We'll build a land where we bind up the broken[We'll build a land where we bind up the broken]
284Sing, my soul, a Spirit song[Sing, my soul, a Spirit song]
285Dance with the Spirit early in the mornin'[Dance with the Spirit early in the mornin']
286Be ye not afraid Of what tomorrow brings[Be ye not afraid Of what tomorrow brings]
288Heartsong, sing along, can't go wrong: it's earthsong[Heartsong, sing along, can't go wrong: it's earthsong]
290Perhaps you have come to the place where you are[Perhaps you have come to the place where you are]
291Peter thrown in prison chains[Peter thrown in prison chains]
292I remember from my childhood[I remember from my childhood]
296Oh Freedom, Freedom is coming[Oh Freedom, Freedom is coming]
298I AM the rock of ages cleft for me[I AM the rock of ages cleft for me]
300Holy, holy, holy God of power and might[Holy, holy, holy God of power and might]
302This is a song for all who live alone
303My life flows on in endless song
304God of love and God of our salvation
306Like a ship in the harbor
308We are a gentle, angry people
310I will sing the song of letting go
312"Love of my life," I am crying
314Spirit, I have heard you calling
316We come as your people
317When Moses heard the call of God
318What does the Lord require of you?
321We are many textures, we are many colors
322Walls mark our bound'ries and keep us apart
325May you laught and live together
326Be for us a model of how to live our lives
327Bring the feast to every hillside
328In congregations large and small
330Angels sing of peace to all people
332Christmas is a covenant, a promise from the past
335Dona Nobis Pacem. Show us your face
338From creation to eternity on God's canvas of life
340Thru the desert wehave been led
342For the sky and for the land
343You said You'd come and share all my sorrows
346Jane has a gift for the altar
348I am that great and fiery force
349A little beyond this our time
350Inspired by love and anger
352Jesu, tawa pano (Jesus, wir sind hier) (Jesus, we are here)
353All around me voices ring
354Come, you beloved, come, one, come all
355Come here, all you six-foot gladiolas
356On a ship that has no charted course
358In the midst of new dimensions
360Mothering God, you gave me birth
361Walls of color, ways of loving
362Seeking healing in our journey
363First they came for the communists
364The times have been tough
366"We're all in bed for the night, old pal
368What does the Lord require of thee
369You gave me life, you know me
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