HtH is a network of singing ensembles that exists to...
build community, where we
expand worldviews, in order to
develop leaders, who will
impact culture, through the
fight for justice.
Thriving communities worldwide
where people are attending to their
God-given identity and purpose.
Our Core Values
entering into the experience of others, particularly their suffering
doing our best within the limits of our time, health, expertise, and other commitments
acting in a dependable way, knowing we can count on each other
seeing projects through to completion
seeking to personally and corporately develop in character and competence
being fruitful and multiplying
acknowledging where we have limitations
acknowledging where we have strengths
being willing to try something new
risking being vulnerable
facing our fears
asking God and each other for help
Our Core Activities
We are a network of singing ensembles; rehearsing in groups of up to 16 participants, meeting in homes. About once monthly we gather all ensembles together for mass rehearsals.
A typical HtH weekly gathering consists of a family-style meal, music rehearsing, learning and discussing, and praying together. Most often this happens Tuesday evenings from October through May.
If you would like to join our gatherings, please
And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.
Music with a message! Our repertoire is specially selected to serve our missional pillars of building community, expanding worldviews, developing leaders, and fighting for justice.
Many of our songs have been composed or arranged specifically for us through our HtH Composers Guild, consisting of HtH leaders, participants and friends! If you have some ideas for songs that would fit for HtH, please let us know!
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Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord, always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We devote time in our gatherings to learning, particularly topics related to leadership and justice. We aim to to develop our character and our capacity for leadership. We aim to raise our own awareness of injustice and develop healthy responses to it. Resources may include Bible study, books, videos, articles, guest speakers, conferences, and Learning & Serving Trips.
Learn along with us!
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Learn to do right; seek justice. Defend the oppressed.
Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow.