Spirituality in Movies
Lars and the Real Girl
Monday, November 9 at 6:30 PM
Join us for this month’s film, Lars and the Real Girl (rated PG-13), a funny, quirky, touching story of a man’s struggles, and his family’s and community’s willingness to love him for who he is. It is a wonderful depiction of one Lutheran congregation and the healing power of acceptance. Lutherans never looked so good on film!
As always, Pastor Coffey provides the popcorn and leads the discussion. You’re welcome to bring your own dinner and eat during the movie. And be sure to invite a friend!
Pastor Coffey hosts another movie night on October 12 at 6:30 P.M. with the amazing Babette’s Feast, a touching and humorous look into religious devotion, sacrifice, and Christ‐like living. This 1987 film won the Academy Award for best foreign language film.
As always, the movie will be shown in large screen projection with great sound. Bring your own dinner if you want to eat during the movie. Free popcorn is provided. Pastor Coffey will lead a
discussion following the film. This is a great event to invite a friend or neighbor to attend.