We sing an eclectic collection of hymns and "God songs" (as Helen Schneyer termed them), often with more enthusiasm than precision. We usually sing a cappella, but guitars, banjos, mandolins, dobros, and even an Irish harp have added to our enjoyment on occasion. There are no period, style, or creed restrictions, and new material is always appreciated. A typical evening might include Shall We Gather at the River, Washed in the Blood, Who'll Sing For Me?, Where the Soul Never Dies, and Little Moses. The Gospel Sing is not a religious service – it's just joyful group singing, with an occasional discussion of lyrics. "Who is this Ebenezer I'm going to raise?" or "Who are the Achans who are busy far far away?" or "What is the significance of the Great Speckled Bird?" Everyone is welcome!