Friends, I just found a website selling the DVD of the Unitarian Universalism segment of “I Believe with Dennis Wholey.” This is a great half hour television program (available Google Video). For $100 you can purchase the half hour DVD including public viewing rights. What I love about this program is that it is an interview – Mr. Wholey asks great questions and he gets great responses.
Have any of you used this video? I know, you can buy a lot of “Voices of a Liberal Faith” DVDs for $100. Just thought I’d mention it in case you were looking for something else to watch. I’ve had some ministers tell me they’re reaching their saturation point with the existing UU welcome videos. Variety is the spice of life, right? Raise the question, what video content do you use in your newcomer orientations / membership classes?
Below is the description of the video. You may read more and order it on this Films on Demand website. Scroll down to watch the episode at the end of this post.
I BELIEVE with Dennis Wholey: Unitarian Universalism
In this program, Dennis Wholey has a conversation about Unitarian Universalism with the Reverend Shana Lynngood of All Souls Church, Unitarian, in Washington, D.C. Topics of discussion include the guiding principles of UUism, such as the unconditional acceptance of all people; the history of UUism and its constituent antecedents, Unitarianism and Universalism; and the vital importance of keeping religion relevant to contemporary life. In addition, the history of ASCU, the makeup of its congregation, and details of the worship service are outlined by the Reverend Louise Green, minister of social justice. (27 minutes)
Watch it on Google Video