I was the music minister for a service of lament for survivors of sexualized violence. It was so meaningful and powerful for me that I asked permission to share the order of worship here. It's so important for faith communities to respond to the "Me Too" movement. This profound service of lament offered space for grief, hope, anger, and healing. I hope that publishing the order of service here will allow other leaders a starting place to provide similar spaces for lament in their own communities. Simply the act of gathering to bear witness to one another's stories is so powerful. It's my honor to host this order of worship on my website. And such a reminder of the necessity of inclusive-language contemplative music that is hospitable to theologies of consent, cooperative power, and liberation.