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Campus Ministry Videos

The Unitarian Universalist Association has produced two short 15-minute videos on campus ministry. Building Intergenerational Wholeness was designed specifically for congregational leaders emphasizing the importance and interconnection of campus ministry to the church.

A Living Faith, our second young adult and campus ministry video, is an outreach tool for congregations and young adult and campus ministry groups. It is intended as an introduction to our faith through the eyes of young adults. The film follows Unitarian Universalist (UU) young adults around the continent as they live their faith through worship, community building and social justice. It is great for newcomers to Unitarian Universalism as well as students joining a UU campus group, most of whom will be doing so for the first time. A Living Faith is suitable for use at coffee hour, at outreach tables on continuous loop, or for screening before events.

We recommend screening these films with your congregation or campus ministry group and facilitating a discussion afterwards each year to inspire a deeper and broader discussion among the congregation and by the students about the purpose and place of campus ministry.

You can order the DVD with both A Living Faith and Building Intergenerational Wholeness through the Unitarian Universalist Association Bookstore for $5.00. Contact youngadults @ for a VHS of Building Intergenerational Wholeness.

Watch an Online Video

Watch A Living Faith (2005) online.

For more information contact youngadults @

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Last updated on Wednesday, February 22, 2012.

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