Sign & Sing
Sign Language Songs to Learn and Perform


This brand new, one-of-a-kind production
was made specifically for Choral Directors, Choir Members, and Soloists
to learn how to perform in Sign Language while singing!

The beautiful 80-minute professionally-filmed-in-Hollywood video
features four fabulous original songs

suitable for schools and civic events,
by Patsy Clinger Walker
(The Clinger Sisters performed on The Smothers Brothers)

two church favorites
“Jesus Loves Me” and “How Great Thou Art” .

Famous blind concert artist Ken Medema performs “Bread of Life,” which he wrote for a Tsunami Relief fundraiser. The signs are taught & shown by Dane Lentz, a CODA (child of deaf adults). The Life Choir of Hollywood sings & Signs “Misty Rain,” with soloists Lilian Lopez and Erin Duncan. Gospel choral arrangement by Founder & Choir Director H.B. Barnum.
The One Voice Mormon Choir performs “Christmas Morn,” sure to be
an annual favorite of choirs and their audiences every
Christmas. The choral director is Glenna Rae White.
Pop artist Melodee Lynn Holsinger sings “Song of Hope,” appropriate for both
school & church choirs and soloists. The Signs are taught and performed by Cheralyn Goeckeritz.
“Jesus Loves Me” – shows children from The First Christian
Church of North Hollywood
learning the Signs for the first
time and then performing it after only 15 minutes of rehearsal.
 Deaf actress Aimee Walker Pond teaches you thee Signs for "Jesus Loves Me".

“Sign & Sing” creator Christie Jenkins performs a cappella “How Great Thou Art” and then teaches you the Signs. 

 All Sign-words are taught slowly and in close-up after each performance!

You can order Sign & Sing two ways:

One is the teaching DVD, for $45, which is the full program, performances, and Sign instruction.

Or order The Complete Kit for $85, which is the teaching DVD, PLUS a CD.ROM disc which contains
a music track CD of all the original songs for you to perform to, plus a pdf file of all the original sheet music
for you to print out and use as many times as you like!

Filmed in Northern California at The Menlo Park Presbyterian Church,
And in Southern California at The First Christian Church of North Hollywood.