Harmony through Harmony (HtH) began in October 2009, to see what could happen when a love of making music was combined with a growing heart for hurting and oppressed people.
We are motivated by Christ’s mission to “Preach good news to the poor, …proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed.” (Luke 4:18).
HtH invites its participants on a journey of discovery. Through our music making and break-out discussions, we explore and express what we each think, believe and value. We discuss current events, books, articles, the Bible, other media, and the lyrics of our music. In the process, we discover how we can become “voices for the voiceless” – to sing out and speak up on behalf of those who currently are silent or not heard.
Our meeting format consists of:
- A shared meal,
- Music rehearsal,
- Group study and discussion,
We present concerts to raise awareness of issues that break the heart of God, to support organizations that are actively working to alleviate these problems, and to bring hope to those who are suffering injustice.
In our first six seasons, the group helped to raise over $540,000 for local and international organizations including: Not for Sale, Good Samaritans, Servants Anonymous Foundation, Hope Returns, Compassion in Action, Homeless Awareness Calgary, Sonshine Centre, Forward House, HopeShares, Emma House, Samaritan’s Purse, and International Justice Mission.
We have begun with a choral ensemble of young adults in Calgary, Canada. HtH seeks to be a reproducing ensemble that will spread to the development of many types of musical and artistic groups worldwide.
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.