About

Musician, writer and sacred community curator Chanda Rule brings the energy and discipline of a performer to the leading of congregational music in ways that encourage all people to use their voices powerfully, peacefully and bathed in Spirit. An interfaith minister and graduate of Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York, Chanda has shared music, story and community song with groups, audiences and communities around the world. Her innovative integration of music with sacred text, liturgy, and story-telling opens up new vistas for congregations and communities. As a storyteller—sometimes with words, sometimes with ritual, and other times with song and collaborative arts, Chanda listens to the heartbeat of a community and helps it to sing its own song. “I believe songs are God’s healing balm for the human spirit and I love to use music to celebrate and honor unconditional love and the downright sacred wholeness of every being.”