Black panther

One of the follow-ups to our December conversation with Rhodes College is that some session members agreed to host dinner conversations about race and faith in their homes. Tracy Rene Helms-Capasso and her family hosted one such dinner a couple of weeks ago. The intriguing idea below came from their conversation that evening.  I hope that you will be able to join us this Sunday afternoon for some fun at the movies and some serious conversation afterwards, led by our own Wayne Lee:

On Sunday, March 11th, after our morning church service, a group from FPCNO will be attending the matinee showing of “Black Panther” at the Broad Street Theater, located at 636 N. Broad St.
 

The movie starts at 1:20 pm, so we will leave the church at 12:50 pm, and carpool together to the theater. The cost of admission to the theater is $8.00 per person. The movie is rated PG-13.

 

After the movie, we will reconvene back at the church for an informal discussion, with particular focus on the various issues of social justice that the film raises – both onscreen and off screen. We envision this event as supplementing and advancing FPCNO’s ongoing church-wide discussion of racism and racial justice.

 

Free refreshments will be served at the post-movie discussion. All who are interested are welcome to join us.

One of the follow-ups to our December conversation with Rhodes College is that some session members agreed to host dinner conversations about race and faith in their homes. Tracy Rene Helms-Capasso and her family hosted one such dinner a couple of weeks ago. The intriguing idea below came from their conversation that evening.  I hope that you will be able to join us this Sunday afternoon for some fun at the movies and some serious conversation afterwards, led by our own Wayne Lee:
 
 

On Sunday, March 11th, after our morning church service, a group from FPCNO will be attending the matinee showing of “Black Panther” at the Broad Street Theater, located at 636 N. Broad St.

 

The movie starts at 1:20 pm, so we will leave the church at 12:50 pm, and carpool together to the theater. The cost of admission to the theater is $8.00 per person. The movie is rated PG-13.

   

 

After the movie, we will reconvene back at the church for an informal discussion, with particular focus on the various issues of social justice that the film raises – both onscreen and off screen. We envision this event as supplementing and advancing FPCNO’s ongoing church-wide discussion of racism and racial justice.

 

Free refreshments will be served at the post-movie discussion. All who are interested are welcome to join us.

 

Presbyterian Fun Fact

There are about 75 million Reformed/Presbyterian Christians worldwide and about 2.5 million belong to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

 

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