Churches to hold film series

Holy Cross Lutheran and St. Margaret's churches are collaborating on a five-month film series on five Tuesday evenings.

  • Friday, December 5, 2014 12:51pm
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Holy Cross Lutheran and St. Margaret’s churches are collaborating on a five-month film series on five Tuesday evenings.

Films begin at 6:30 p.m. and refreshments will be shared before the film begins.

All films will be shown at St. Margaret’s at 4228 Factoria Blvd. S.E.. An easy entry to the parking lot is on Newport Way.

Films are free and open to the public. While a $5 per person donation is suggested, no one is turned away. Funds raised support the independent film makers.

Dates and films are:

Jan. 20 — The Happy Movie

Feb. 17 — Food Stamped: Will Food Stamps help solve hunger & health problems in America?

March 17 — The Wisdom to Survive Climate change, Capitalism and Community.

April 2 — One Big Hapa Family: A closer look at inter-racial families.

May 19 —2 “Ted Talks”: Seas of Plastics Floating islands of trash in the Oceans? and How Not to Be Ignorant About the World How to communicate the Facts That Matter.

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