Musical Performance: Caroline Ferrante

The Intersection of Worship & #MeToo: Songs of Hope & Transformation

Sat 2 PM | Café


Dynamics on church music teams often reflect wider societal trends. Sunday morning music rehearsals can be a source of great healing or great hurt. How do we reclaim this sacred space? What can the #MeToo movement teach us about inclusion and respect on our worship teams?

Through performance, sing-a-longs, and storytelling, Caroline Ferrante and musicians from the greater Baltimore Area will illuminate the ways worship and music can bring healing and hope to church communities. Bring an instrument and come prepared to sing!

Caroline Ferrante

Caroline Ferrante is a singer-songwriter, advocate, and worship leader from Olney, Maryland. She has led worship at Cedar Ridge Community Church for eight years, and hosts a successful podcast at D.C’s O Street Mansion that celebrates the diversity and immigrant influences of American Roots Music.

Caroline is the founder of Songwriters Against Sexual Assault (SASA). SASA hosts “Concerts & Conversations” on college campuses across the DMV for Domestic Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Months.

Caroline’s defiantly hopeful 2017 EP “SKY” gained national acclaim. Her original “Feels Like a Holiday” was ranked the #8 single release of the year. The four songs feature in the documentary “SKIN DEEP”, web series “The Haven”, play “The Goddess Diaries”, and the NAMI production of “This is my Brave”.

Caroline is an avid kayaker on the Chesapeake Bay. To see lots of photos of her dog Lily, follow her on social media. @carolineferrantemusic

382 Musical Performance: Caroline Ferrante

Session #382