From UU World:
“Plenty of congregations make videos. Some feature congregants explaining what drew them to Unitarian Universalism. Others feature heartfelt invitations to visit. Still others are videos of individual services and service projects.
First Unitarian Church of Rochester, N.Y., has produced its share of those kinds of videos over the years. But when staff members began planning last spring for Homecoming Weekend in September they wanted something more. They wanted something that expressed First Unitarian’s values. And was fun. And enthusiastic.
They got it. First Unitarian’s four-minute “Coming Home” video not only captivated the congregation, but it captured the UU universe. It’s been posted numerous times on Facebook, passed around on email and Twitter, and can be seen on dozens of websites of other congregations.
“Coming Home” is a combination rap and music video featuring members of the congregation telling—or rather singing—about why they attend First Unitarian. The video, created largely by First Unitarian’s Worship Creative Arts team, expresses the congregation’s creativity and enthusiasm and highlights the congregation’s support of social justice issues, including environmentalism, marriage equality, and peace advocacy.”
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