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Uniting Our Country in Song

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool Steps

Thank you to all the singers, volunteers, participating sponsors, support staff and audience members who participated in the SING FOR HOPE concert at the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday of Thanksgiving Weekend!

We are so deeply grateful for the hundreds of people who supported this project — only 11 days in the making!

Cantors Michael Shochet and Rachel Rhodes

Here are some quick numbers for you:
We estimate over 300 singers in the Interfaith Choir representing 45 organizations and 14 unaffiliated singers.
We estimate over 700 total audience members including tourists who stopped to watch.

Here are two ways to watch the concert:

Temple Rodef Shalom’s streaming archive of the complete concert with direct audio feed:

The archive of the Washington Post Live Stream from its Facebook page. Feel free to share!


Temple Rodef Shalom of Falls Church, VA
St. Bernadette Catholic Church of Springfield, VA
Clarendon Presbyterian Church of Arlington, VA
Rock Spring Congregational United Church of Christ of Arlington, VA
Center for Spiritual Living – Metro, Arlington, VA
Temple Sinai of Washington, DC
Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation of Reston, VA
Temple Micah of Washington, DC
Adat Reyim Congregation of Fairfax, VA
Insight Meditation Community of Washington
Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC
American Conference of Cantors
Beth El Hebrew Congregation of Alexandria, VA
Charles Westley United Methodist Church of McLean, VA
Temple Shalom of Chevy Chase, MD
Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington
All Dulles Access Muslim Society of Greater Washington
Temple Emanuel of Kensington, MD
6th and I Synagogue of Washington, DC
Zemer Chai Jewish Choir of Washington