Photos from A Night Of Hope and Reconciliation, Part 2

As promised, here are more pictures from our Night of Hope and Reconciliation: For the City, Through the Arts. I was (and still am!) so encouraged at the humility in every heart poured out. Thank you, artists, for saying ‘YES’ to the vulnerability of this massive collaboration. We tasted unity, we tasted hope, and we tasted reconciliation which is the heart of God for our community. Be blessed as you look through these pictures of the many & multi-gifted folks involved in this event. Charlottesville, we are rich in humble hearts!

Julie


Reconciliation Concert 1
Community, hope, beauty, and reconciliation happening on stage in real time. So many beautiful moments we shared together! Photo by Maria Webb.



Reconciliation Concert 2
Julie directing “Never Turn Back No Mo,” a powerful moment of healing in that room! Photo by Maria Webb.



Reconciliation Concert 3
Nate Emmanuel debuting his song, “Lord Come Down,” leading the whole room with full choir and percussion. Photo by Maria Webb.



Reconciliation Concert 4
Willie Randolph, Ernest Chambers, and (part of) Higher Voices joining in worship. Photo by Maria Webb.



Reconciliation Concert 5
La’Tasha Strother challenges us with her spoken word, “Love Is Not Blind.” Photo by Maria Webb.



Reconciliation Concert 6
Dancer Linnea White in "Psalm 45,” from the album “Fire In The Night.” Photo by Ashton Wirt



Reconciliation Concert 7
Dancer Linnea White in "Psalm 45,” from the album “Fire In The Night.” Photo by Ashton Wirt



Reconciliation Concert 8
Band members Justin Walton, Joanna Euans, and Don Brubaker. Photo by Maria Webb.



Reconciliation Concert 9
Dancer and choreographer Lauren Stonestreet dances to the debut of her song, “There Is Freedom.” Photo by Maria Webb.



Reconciliation Concert 10
Jon Bannan, violin, accompanies Lauren to her song “There Is Freedom."



Reconciliation Concert 11
Julie leading from the piano. Photo by Maria Webb



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