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"See it! Say it! Sign it!" is a short video produced by Debby Newman of Centennial United Methodist Church, Roseville, Minn. It embraces the United Methodist Church promise of open hearts, open minds, and open doors. It promotes inclusivity in worship by demonstrating some areas where churches use American Sign Language during worship, to better communicate with over 14 million Americans who are deaf or hard of hearing.

The production of "See it! Say it! Sign it!" was supported through a Golden Cross Grant from the Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. Copies can be borrowed from the Resource Center for Churches (info@resourcesforthejourney.org), and churches are encouraged to use it as long as copyright information is not altered during showings. You can also watch the entire captioned video on YouTube, click on the "Web Links" tab above for access.

"See it! Say it! Sign it!" is also available on YouTube, the URL is
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