The Singles 2nd Ward
|The Singles 2nd Ward|
|Directed by||Kurt Hale|
|Produced by||Dave Hunter|
|Written by||Kurt Hale|
John E. Moyer
|Distributed by||Halestorm Entertainment|
Search The Singles 2nd Ward on Amazon.The Singles 2nd Ward is a 2007 LDS cinema romantic comedy film directed by Kurt Hale written by himself and John E. Moyer. It is the sequel to the 2002 film The Singles Ward, and, like the first film, is targeted at members of the LDS Church and Utahns. The film follows Dalen Martin (Kirby Heyborne), a character from the first film, and his relationship with a convert named Christine (Erin Chambers).
Dalen Martin (Kirby Heyborne), a young professor at Brigham Young University gets engaged to a student and convert named Christine (Erin Chambers). When Christine's divorced parents come to town for their nuptials, Dalen and Christine must maintain the peace between them.
Meanwhile, Jonathan (Will Swenson) is working on a film about his experiences in the first film.
- Kirby Heyborne as Dalen Martin
- Erin Chambers as Christine
- Will Swenson as Jonathan Jordan
- Connie Young as Cammie Giles
- Daryn Tufts as Eldon Coates
- Robert Swenson as Zak
- Michael Birkeland as Hyrum
- Lisa Higbee as Jenny
- Brad Johnson as Willard
- Katherine Purdie as Laura
- Kelly Hennessey as Kate
- Wally Joyner as Brother Angel
In the book Religious Humor in Evangelical Christian and Mormon Culture Elisha McIntyre highlighted the proposal scene between Dalen and Christine, stating that it was "a delicate balance of the serious and humorous mode."
- Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production. BRILL. 2012-03-28. pp. 73–80. ISBN 978-90-04-22648-7. Search this book on
- Hale, Kurt (2007-12-11), The Singles 2nd Ward (Comedy, Romance), Erin Chambers, Kaitlin Gallagher, Kirby Heyborne, Will Swenson, Halestorm Entertainment, retrieved 2021-01-25
- The Singles 2nd Ward (2007), retrieved 2021-01-25
- McIntyre, Elisha (2018-01-25). Religious Humor in Evangelical Christian and Mormon Culture. Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 78. ISBN 978-1-350-00550-1. Search this book on
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