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A huge thank-you and congratulations to all those who made all the many moving parts of the Justice Concert flow beautifully!

SPECIAL THANKS TO
Presbytery of New Brunswick, New Jersey
Pennington Presbyterian Church—Pennington, New Jersey

Monday Morning 4Cs Pandemic Working Group of the Presbytery of New Brunswick:
Cherry Oakley         Moderator, Presbytery of New Brunswick;. Elder, Westminster Presbyterian Church
Rev. Molly Dykstra     First Presbyterian Church, Trenton; Past Moderator
Mike Meduski         Elder, Hamilton Square Presbyterian Church
Rev. Jim Pruner         Pastor, West Trenton Presbyterian Church
Sal Lalama         Elder, Bound Brook Presbyterian Church
Rev. Lukata Mjumbe    Pastor, Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church
Ted Settle        Elder, Bound Brook Presbyterian Church

Presbytery of New Brunswick Concert Planning Committee:
Cherry Oakley        Moderator, Presbytery of New Brunswick;. Elder, Westminster Presbyterian Church
Rev. Molly Dykstra        First Presbyterian Church Trenton; Presbytery Past Moderator; NJ Mercer COAD
Sheena Phillips        Composer; Arranger; Choir Director; London, England
Mike Meduski        Concert Coordinator; Elder, First Presbyterian Church Hamilton Square
Rev. James Klotz         Slackwood Presbyterian Church; Ph.D. Student, Princeton Theological Seminary
Rev. Rory Chambers    First Presbyterian Church Dutch Neck
Rev. Casey Aldridge    Pennington Presbyterian Church
Ted Settle        Elder, Bound Brook Presbyterian Church, Presbytery Social Witness Chair
Patrick Alfieri        Intern, Presbytery of New Brunswick

Production Team:
Eleanor Dykstra        Video Editor
Aaron Sizer        Graphic Designer; courtesy of Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville

Concert Advisors:
Rev. Lukata Mjumbe    Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church; Presbytery Urban Mission Network Committee
Rev. James Pruner    West Trenton Presbyterian Church, Chair, Presbytery Grants Committee
Rev. James Brumm    New Brunswick Presbyterian Church; Director, Reformed Church Center at New Brunswick
Theological Seminary
Noel Werner        Director of Music, Nassau Presbyterian Church
Bob Kull            Chair, The 1867 Sanctuary Committee
Sal Lalama        Elder, Bound Brook Presbyterian Church; Commissioner NJ Presbyteries
Ilene Black        Executive Administrator, Presbytery of New Brunswick
Linda Gilmore        Business Administrator, Nassau Presbyterian Church and Princeton Cemetery; Treasurer,
Presbytery of New Brunswick
Rev. Dr. Jeffrey A. Vamos    Pastor/Head of Staff, The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville
Delaney McMahon        Senior, Princeton University; Presbytery RISE intern Summer 2020
John H. Pace Jr.        Pace Center for Civic Engagement

ACT I: RECOGNITION
Eight and Forty Six      Original song written and performed by Neal Stephens
Let Me Breathe          Original song written by Sherri Anderson and performed by the Conway sisters
Scars of Imprisonment      Original poem written and performed by Angel Rivera
Environmental Justice      ‘Teach’ delivered by Rev. Casey Aldridge
Signs              Choral composition of Ruth Huber performed by the San Diego Women’s Chorus under the
direction of Kathleen Hansen

ACT II: RECKONING
Who’s to Blame?          Original song written and performed by John Almendinger
Heal Me          Original song written by Nattalyee Randall and performed by Julianna Massielo, Matthew
Kauffman, and John Calkins
Rise              Original song written and performed by Delaney McMahon
How Do I?          Original spoken word by Cherry Oakley
Anti-Racist Adjustment     Nyla Flamer interviews Pat Deeney
Resilience          Choral Composition of Abbie Betinis arranged by Sheena Phillips

ACT III: RESPONSE
No Justice, No Peace      Documentary by David Musial featuring N’Kenge and Jahaza Pacurar
Wide River          Choral composition of Dr. Jamie Lynn Webster performed by ViVoce Women’s Choir, Portland, Oregon
Resilience        Choral composition of Abbie Betinis performed by Capital University Women’s Chorus,Columbus, Ohio, under the direction of Laura Kitchel
Intersectionality         ‘Teach’ delivered by Sarah Helena Vasquez

ACT IV: RESILIENCE
Oh Come All Ye Faithful      Words, images, and performance by Penny Stone”
Reparations        ‘Teach’ delivered by Rev. Wendi Werner
The Children of All Others    Choral composition of Mark Andrew Miller performed by Harmonium Choral Society and overlaid with photographs by Leah Denbok
I Will Bless Your Name      Original song written and performed by William Heard
Resilience          Choral composition of Abbie Betinis arranged by Molly Dykstra

CREDITS
Resilience        Improvisation by Jalen Scott on a tune by Abbie Betinis
Satan, We’re Gonna Tear Your Kingdom Down    Original song by Michael Gittens

Permissions

Act I

“Eight and Forty Six”, music, text, performance: Neal Stephens, 2020. © 2020 Neal Stephens. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Let Me Breathe”, words, music, and videography: Sherri Anderson, 2020. © 2020 Sherri Anderson. Vocals and cello by students of Trinity Strings Trenton. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Scars of Imprisonment”, words, performance, & videography: Angel Rivera, 2020. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Signs”, words & music: Ruth Huber, 2019. Text & music © 2019 Ruth Haber. Vocals & videography: San Diego Women’s Choir under the direction of Kathleen Hansen, 2020. Piano: Glenn Ward, 2020. Performance © 2020 San Diego Women’s Chorus. Used with permission. All rights reserved.

ACT II

“Who’s to Blame?”, words, music, & videography: John Almendinger, 2020. © 2020 John Almendinger. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Heal Me”, words & music: Nattalyee Randall & Lillian Faith Randall, 2020. © 2020 Nattalyee Randall. Vocals & piano: Julianna Massielo, Matthew Kauffman, & John Calkins. AV mixing and vocal transcription: John Calkins. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Rise”, words, music, & performance: Delaney McMahon, 2020. © 2020 Delaney McMahon. Video: Sheena Phillips, 2021. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“How Do I” words & video: Cherry Oakley, 2020. © 2020 Cherry Oakley. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Resilience”, words & music: Abbie Betinis, 2017. © 2017 Abbie Betinis. Arr., performance, & videography: Sheena Phillips. This text and music is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/). Video produced by permission of the composer (https://songs.justicechoir.org/Resilience). All rights reserved.

Act III

“No Justice, No Peace”, videography: David Musial, 2020. © 2020 David Musial & N’Kenge Pacurar. Interview subjects: N’Kenge Pacurar, Jahaza, and friends. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“I Have a Real Dream”, music: Steve Clark, words: David Musial. Text & music © 2008 OneWam Music. Performance: Prague Symphony Orchestra and Smart Trax® Chorus. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Oh, Wasn’t That a Wide River”, text & music: African American spiritual (PD), arr.: Antonia Forster, 2018. Performance by ViVoce Women’s Chorus of Portland, Oregon, under the direction of Jamie Lynn Webster. Drums: Jeff Lewis. Images: friends of ViVoce. Arrangement & performance © 2018 ViVoce. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Resilience”, words & music: Abbie Betinis, 2017. © 2017 Abbie Betinis. Arr. and performance: Capital University Women’s Chorus, Columbus, Ohio, under the direction of Laura Kitchel. This text and music is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/). Video produced by permission of the composer (https://songs.justicechoir.org/Resilience). All rights reserved.

Offertory

“We Shall Overcome,” music: African American spiritual (PD), arr.: Sheena Phillips, 2021. Arr. and performance © 2021 Sheena Phillips. This arrangement and performance  is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/).

ACT IV

“Oh Come All Ye Faithful”, music: John Francis Wade, 1743 (PD). Words, arr., & vocals: Penny Stone, 2020. Text, arrangement, and performance © 2017 Penny Stone. Images: Penny Stone. Used by permission (https://singlouderthanguns.com/songs-for-sharing/). All rights reserved.

“The Children of All Others”, music: Mark Andrew Miller, 2019. © 2019 Mark Andrew Miller. Vocals: Harmonium Choral Society under the direction of Anne Matlack, 2019. Piano & Percussion: Helen Raymaker, Joe Keefe, Benjamin Schroeder. Performance © 2019 Harmonium Choral Society. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“I Will Bless Your Name”, music, words, & performance: William Heard, 2020. © 2020 William Heard. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

“Resilience”, music & words: Abbie Betinis, 2017. © 2017 Abbie Betinis. Performance: Molly Dykstra, 2021. This text and music is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/). Video produced by permission of the composer (https://songs.justicechoir.org/Resilience). All rights reserved.

“Satan, We’re Gonna Tear Your Kingdom Down,” text & music: traditional spiritual (PD); arr.: Michael R. Gittens, 2021. Keyboard by Rev. Michael R. Gittens, vocals by Karen Yvette Jones, Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, 2021. Arr. © 2021 Michael R. Gittens, performance © 2021 Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

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