Nashville-Produced Music Video, 'We're a City on Its Knees,' Honors 9/11 Victims

​Healing the Wounds of 9/11 - Offers Hope & Healing for Victims, Families & Country

September 2019 marks the 18th anniversary of the terror attack. The Nashville, Tennessee-produced music video, "We're a City on its Knees," pays tribute to the victims, their families and first responders. There is a prayer of unity at the end called, “Be The Light” based on the bible verse, 2 Chronicles 7:14.

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Jeff Richfield, producer of the project, hopes that the video will help bring peace to the victim’s families of 9/11 in a profound way by offering hope and inner healing. All song downloads go toward building Eagles Landing – a house of prayer committed to praying for justice. Download the song here:

About the Producer - Jeff Richfield is a musician and composer dedicated to using music for healing the nations. He wrote "We’re A City On Its Knees" months before the 9/11 attack out of a place of his own struggles that stretched his faith. He was asked to play the song live May of 2001 in Washington D.C. at our nation’s capital for The National Day of Prayer. 

"I can't just sit around and be an awestruck spectator as our communities are threatened by terror, shootings, and social injustice. I want to align with those who are quickened by these times to be the light, rise above the challenges, build bridges, and champion hope through the love of Christ whenever possible. My offering is this redemptive song and prayer at the end, “Be the light” to memorialize those who are ruthlessly lost.” - Jeff Richfield 

We shall never forget.

For information contact: Jeff Richfield – 615-405-9454


Source: Music City Roofers