Spiritual Film Club
Spiritual Cinema is an exciting initiative which provides the opportunity to come and see a good film, but with a spiritual twist. Selected films have messages that invite thought and discussion from a moral, philosophical, religious or spiritual angle and they are chosen on the basis that many films can reveal gospel truths to us.
Screenings take place in the Canterbury Rooms next to the church, which is set up like a small cinema. We have professional equipment so quality of vision and sound is assured, resulting in an experience which is just like going to the cinema, but on a smaller scale. After the showing people enjoy a light supper whilst discussing the film. We don’t charge an admission fee but we do encourage donations to cover costs and help us improve the facilities. If you can help with catering please contact the Rector, Renos Pittarides, on 01483 283713.
Please note that due to advertising restrictions we are unable to publicly advertise individual films. However, details of each series can be found in the church porch or you can pick up a leaflet in the church itself or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Past films have included ‘On Golden Pond’, ‘The Post’, ‘Spotlight’, ‘Slumdog Millionaire’, ‘Ganhi’, ‘Lion’ and ‘I’ve Loved You So Long’.
Screenings normally take place on the third Sunday of each month at 6.00pm. Please check the calendar for up to date information.
“Where do I go to find the meaning of existence and the meaning of life? For me, that’s Christianity.” —Martin Scorsese, writer and director. Watch a conversation with one of the greatest film directors of his time.