Our singers perform at a variety of events in the name of justice. Would your organization like to feature our interactive musical performances at your meetings or events? Contact us to discuss details.
We believe advocacy should be accessible to all, so our concerts have free admission.
Freewill offerings are accepted to benefit community partners and support our ongoing programming.
Concerts are at Trinity United Methodist Church, 1100 Lake Drive SE.
The building is handicap accessible via the north parking lot, just off Lake Drive.
2020 Concert Season
We're postponing our March 22 concert until we can safely gather our community together again.
Until then, here's a clip from our March 9 rehearsal, of a beloved song from our program we felt even more strongly about sharing with you now. We hope to resume rehearsals after this health emergency is over and present our full "Your Vote, Your Voice" concert close to the 2020 General Election. Please stay tuned, and let's look out for each other. 💙✊
POSTPONED: Your vote is your voice!
Join Justice Choir GR and the Grand Rapids Unit of the League of Women Voters for a multimedia community concert on the importance of exercising our right to vote. The concert will also feature a performance by guest artists Ebony Road Players. Stay for a post-concert reception!
We were proud to make our first Festival of the Arts appearance in 2019!
Thanks to all who braved the rain to join us. :)
2018-2019 Concert Season
Our Bridges, Not Walls concert advocated for immigrant rights, unity instead of division, and the welcoming of new neighbors in our community. The concert featured the work of Justice for Our Neighbors (JFON) West Michigan and included a guest performance by Cabildo.
We also joined CODA Community Choir for their premiere concert on March 25th!
For the Sing Out for Mental Health concert, Justice Choir GR performed selections centered on hope, support, and breaking the stigma surrounding mental illness.
The event included local organizations with mental health programming or services, including our featured partner, Arbor Circle.
2017–2018 Concert Season
Our premiere concert, "Justice for All! An Interfaith Concert," featured various faith communities and non-faith communities speaking directly to the importance of justice in their respective traditions. The event included the following community partners:
Our Food Justice Concert was a multi-media performance concerning food equity in our community. What is a food desert? What does equal access to healthy foods look like? What can we do to support food equity in our community?
The concert featured the following partners: