"A New People to be Gathered" -- ESR Film from the 60's
In the late 60's Earlham School of Religion produced a film for use in its capital campaign. Although the clothing and hairstyles are outdated and the lack of participation on the part of women is striking, the message of the film continues to ring true in many ways. The beginning of the film is a brief overview of Quaker history with scenes shot on location. The second part of the film follows a young man's call to ministry and how that vision can be fulfilled at Earlham School of Religion.