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Celebration [videorecording] / produced by the United Church of Christ, Office of Communication.

Contributor(s): Chase, Robert | Dubasak, Marilyn | Fouther, James E | McDonald, Margie | Dabney, Erika | Fernandez, Eleazar | Lee, Kekapa | United Church of Christ. Office of Communication.
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: Cleveland, Oh. : United Church of Christ Office of Communication, <c2000-2001>Description: <3> videocassettes (approx 30 min. each) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.Other title: Who do we say we are? | Where all are welcome | Why we teach, how we learn.Subject(s): United Church of Christ | Fouther, James E | McDonald, Margie | Lee, Kekapa | Church work with people with mental disabilities | Church work with youth | Mercado, Wilfredo Torres | Old First Reformed Church, United Church of Christ (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Butz, Geneva M., 1944-
Incomplete contents:
1. Who do we say we are? -- 2. Where all are welcome. -- 3. Why we teach, how we learn.
Production Credits: Exec. Prod., Robert Chase; Assoc. Prod. and writer, Marilyn Dubasak; v.2 Director: Jean Robinson; Video: Thomas Teich.
V.2 Narrator: Arthur Cribbs; interviews with: Sue Rinne; Wilfredo Torres Mercado; Geneva Butz; and Greg Martin.Summary: V.1 profiles of: James E. Fouther, Jr. pastor of the Church of the Open Door (Miami, Fl.); Margie McDonals of the First Congregational United Church of Christ (Billings, Mo.); and Kekapa Lee, of Maui, Hawaii, includes the topics of race relations, justice, strip mining, antisemitism, and preserving Hawaiian culture. V.2 reports on Emmaus Homes, Inc. working with mentally retarded adults, the UCC Council for Health and Human Service Ministries, Ryder Memorial Hospital (Puerto Rico), Evangelica Unida Villa Prades (Puerto Rico), the National Youth Event (Aims, Iowa, 2000), and multi-ethnic ministry at Old First Reformed Church UCC (Philadelphia, Pa.). V.3 profiles Professor Erika Dabney and Rev. Dr. Eleazar Fernandez.
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Item type Current location Call number Vol info Status Date due Barcode Item holds
VHS Tape VHS Tape *Schaff Library
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BX 9885 .C45 2000 (Browse shelf) Pt.1 Available 30092100966978
VHS Tape VHS Tape *Schaff Library
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BX 9885 .C45 2000 (Browse shelf) Pt.2 Available 30092100966986
VHS Tape VHS Tape *Schaff Library
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BX 9885 .C45 2000 (Browse shelf) Pt.3 Available 30092100966994
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1. Who do we say we are? -- 2. Where all are welcome. -- 3. Why we teach, how we learn.

Exec. Prod., Robert Chase; Assoc. Prod. and writer, Marilyn Dubasak; v.2 Director: Jean Robinson; Video: Thomas Teich.

V.2 Narrator: Arthur Cribbs; interviews with: Sue Rinne; Wilfredo Torres Mercado; Geneva Butz; and Greg Martin.

V.1 profiles of: James E. Fouther, Jr. pastor of the Church of the Open Door (Miami, Fl.); Margie McDonals of the First Congregational United Church of Christ (Billings, Mo.); and Kekapa Lee, of Maui, Hawaii, includes the topics of race relations, justice, strip mining, antisemitism, and preserving Hawaiian culture. V.2 reports on Emmaus Homes, Inc. working with mentally retarded adults, the UCC Council for Health and Human Service Ministries, Ryder Memorial Hospital (Puerto Rico), Evangelica Unida Villa Prades (Puerto Rico), the National Youth Event (Aims, Iowa, 2000), and multi-ethnic ministry at Old First Reformed Church UCC (Philadelphia, Pa.). V.3 profiles Professor Erika Dabney and Rev. Dr. Eleazar Fernandez.

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