Inshallah sings songs of praise and prayer from around the world. In particular, they focus on songs from the global South that speak to themes of social justice.

This lively upbeat choir of 60 voices will be singing for refugee support at a special concert on Sunday, October 25.

Draw the Circle Wide
Inshallah Sings for Refugee Support
Knox Presbyterian Church
50 Erb St. W. in Waterloo
4 p.m., Sunday, October 25, 2015

Free-will donations will be gratefully accepted.

All donations will be given directly to ACT ALLIANCE. ACT Alliance is a coalition of churches and faith-based organizations working with refugees in more than 140 countries by supporting survivors of disasters, wars and conflicts. Alliance members are associated with the World Council of Churches or the Lutheran World Federation. For further information, see

Contact: Dorinda Kruger Allen at or 519-884-0710 ext. 3241

Inshallah is a group of community singers based at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary under the direction of Debbie Lou Ludolph. The idea for the choir was inspired by a trip to Palestine in 2007 where Debbie Lou and a team of others had a transforming time worshipping and singing in the midst of all that they were experiencing. The Arabic word inshallah means “God willing.” It was a word that they often heard amongst the Palestinian people.