You are Invited: Friday, July 18th to St. Andrews Episcopal Church Movie Lovers Movie Night. Details are as follows:
Who: Dr. Dan Finley will coordinate; you can contact him by email at email@example.com
When: Friday, July 18th. Start time: 6 PM.
Where: Byrne (Parrish) Hall, St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 1608 Baker Court, PC 32401 [Parking in the Back]
What: Dinner and a Movie; the movie is “Babette’s Feast” (1987) IMDb rating 7.9; Danish movie with English subtitles. Summary: In a remote 19th century Danish village, two sisters lead a rigid life centered on their father, the local minister, and their church. Both had opportunities to leave the village: one could have married a young army officer and the other, a French opera singer. Their father objected in each case and they spent their lives caring for him. Many years later, after their father’s death, they take in French refugee, Babette Hersant, who agrees to work as their servant. After winning the lottery, Babette wants to repay the sisters for their kindness and offers to cook a French meal for them and their friends on the 100th anniversary of their father’s birth.
Dinner: Taco bar, bottled water, red and white chilled wine & popcorn
Other: No admittance fee, but donations accepted and encouraged. All donations will go to Living Stones building fund.
Future: The concept is to find interesting and watchable movies for the movie lovers at St. Andrews and from the community. Current thinking is to rotate between little-seen good-to-great movies, foreign movies and classic movies. We do take requests and suggestions.
For additional information, contact Dr. Dan at email address above.
Learning about the history of Christianity and particular Episcopal beliefs, and about Scripture is a way to come closer to God and learn what is His purpose for you and for our Church. St. Andrew’s has an active education program for children and adults!
Members of St. Andrew’s enjoy ministering and serving within the church and especially in the community. This is an excellent way to learn more about the traditions and liturgy of the Episcopal Church, make new friends and keep up with older ones.
One does not have to be a member in order to attend St. Andrew’s. Visitors are always welcome and a person may continue attending services and participating in church activities without formally “becoming a member.” However, it is a public affirmation of faith by you, or, in the case of small children, by Godparents, and incorporation into the church.