On the second Friday of each month, October through April, at 7:00 pm, movies are shown and discussed in the Source Theatre.   A church member chooses and leads the discussion.

2023-2024 Friday Night at the Movies

October 13: Fences (2016)

A sanitation worker in 1950s Pittsburgh deals with the glory of his baseball past, missed opportunities and the difficult realities of his present life. With Denzel Washington and Viola Davis. Presenter: Maureen McKane

November 10: Cross Creek (1983)

Aspiring author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings moves to Florida in the 1920s to dedicate herself to writing and becomes part of the local community. Biographical drama stars Mary Steenburgen. Presenter: Diane Ellis

December 8: Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (2022)

In 1950s London, a widowed cleaning lady sets her heart on a couture Dior dress and plans for an adventure in Paris. With Lesley Manville. Presenter: Marsha Carter

January 12: Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993)

As a likable young chess prodigy begins to nurture his talent, he gets caught between his parents, coaches and the realities of competition and life. Presenter: Chuck Adams

February 9: Selma (2014)

The 1965 voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, becomes a defining moment in the civil rights movement. This film is shown in conjunction with the Students of the Beloved Community committee and will be preceded by a soul food dinner. Presenter: Ellen Bonewitz

March 8: It Happened One Night (1934)

Reporter Clark Gable finds runaway heiress Claudette Colbert, who is unaware of his true intentions in this Oscar-winning romantic comedy. Presenter: Brian Kleemann

April 12: Women Talking (2022)

In this fact-based story, a group of women from a conservative religious colony meet to determine a response to a series of sexual assaults. Presenter: Elaine Ross


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