On June 23 -26, 2014, the Eugene Oregon Santa Clara Stake embarked on a "trek" - A re-enactment of the Mormon pioneers crossing the plains. This year, the goal was to invite and accommodate ALL youth in the stake, including those with physical, or mental disabilities. This documentary film, produced by Steve Barth, explores the journey taken, and the life-changing experiences of many who took on the challenge.
Highlights from the 2014 Eugene Oregon Santa Clara Stake Trek in Bing Canyon, Plymouth Washington. This is very different from the trek videos I produced in the past... This is my "Michael Bay Style" movie trailer version, set to the song "Who Will Save You Now" by Les Friction.
In June, 2010, the youth of the Eugene Oregon Santa Clara Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints completed a 3 day reenactment of the the Mormon pioneers crossing the plains in the mid-eighteen hundreds. This documentary follows their journey, sharing the stories, insights and experiences of the trek.
The youth of the Eugene Oregon Santa Clara Stake present their thoughts on Holy Places: What they are, and why they are vital to today's youth. For more visit stevebarth.com. Produced and Directed by Steve and Dawn Barth for Stake Standards Night, February 24th, 2013.