For some reason I felt like singing in the shower this morning and the first song that popped into my head was Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, for no apparent reason. It's a good tune for the resonant surfaces of a bathroom, given its slow and simple melody.
Camp Ajawah was founded by a Boy Scout troop and sponsored by Minneapolis's big downtown Presbyterian church, but is not a "church camp" as some might understand the term. Always inclusive of children of any or no faith, Ajawah has always had a strong spiritual element that is best emphasized as "love thy neighbor as thyself."
And so there are a handful of songs that have some religious element, but not a majority of the songs by any stretch. And Swing Low is among the best known.
A 2000s version, then one from the 1960s:
But I prefer this version (from one half of the Righteous Brothers):