Unitarian Universalists in Focus

Friday, August 20, 2010 - 6:00 am

Unitarian Universalists in Focus

Earlier this summer, Unitarian Universalists convened in Minneapolis, Minnesota for their General Assembly. The “GA” is an annual event where UUs gather for worship, learning, and fun. We showed up with a video camera in tow to pose a few questions to roughly a dozen “UUs” on the very first night of their gathering:

  • What’s a UU?
  • Why did you decide to attend this year’s General Assembly?
  • How did you become a UU?

We’ve posted shorter video excerpts of people’s candid responses here and here. Now, for the first time, you can watch the fully produced 8-1/2 minute extended remix version that includes all three questions, plus a few other surprises.


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