Faith & Film Series
September 9 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Join us for the return of our Faith & Film Series, in which we examine the potent and relevant medium of film in exploring themes of love, faith, conscience, evil, death, redemption, grace, morality, identity, and our yearnings for the “sacred.”
Each month, we will view a different film–each unique, compelling, and demanding–reflecting our current times. Each film is curated by those who love this artistic medium who will host a conversation following our viewing in Geneva Hall room G202.
To register, click HERE.
|September 9||Baraka—Legendary film looking at the significance and variation of intense human spiritual experiences all around the world.|
Discussion: How can we integrate this basic human need to the Christian experience?
|Facilitator: Sam Choi, MD—Former film curator|
|October 14||The Truman Show|
Discussion: Awakening to the discovery of self and greater truths, and the intersection with faith.
|Facilitator: Mary Naegeli—Pastor at Walnut Creek Presbyterian|
|November 11||Crip Camp – A Disability Revolution—A loose, free-spirited “fun camp” evolves into a positive and powerful movement for accessibility and legislation.|
Discussion: Where is the Church in this type of dialogue, where should it be, and why?
|Facilitator: Doug Dunderdale—Filmmaker|