I'm elated to find that someone felt the need to curate this piece of cinematic history, even with relatively limited technological resources, because it's that important.
Once Upon a Forest is a little known animated film from 1993 that, at the time of this writing, I thought had been a straight-to-video movie, but it actually was in theaters. I don't remember seeing it in one, but my family had the cassette, and despite its 19% rating on RottenTomatoes, it was a regular on the carousel of movies my little brothers and I used to watch.
Of course, all these years later, this is the scene that's stood out in my memory, featuring some of the best gospel music I've ever heard (and growing up in an Apostolic Christian church in my pre-teen years, I heard a lot). All of the voice acting in the scene is also incredible, from the mourning mother bird to the fire-and-brimstone-style preacher.
The few selective audio bytes audible from the mouth of the Sister who felt a similar need to share this scene with the world crown this clip as both an amateur video masterpiece and worthy research material in Black American religion studies.