A Christmas Blender

Jeremy Schulz, Director of Music Ministries for Point Pleasant UMC in Elk Grove, Calif. wrote and created this short film for an Advent worship service focused on building community. His reflections explore the true and commercial meanings of Christmas, and what that means when the church steps outside of its walls, into the world. Another member of the church’s worship team, Jeremy Wayland, filmed and edited the video, using camera movement and lighting effects to create a powerful look and feel. Music licensed by The Music Bed bit.ly/19cYwdQ.

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  1. Hi. I tried to watch this 3 different times, in 3 different places (web sites)…and none of them ran smoothly…bumps in the sound, etc. Curious!

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