Movie Event: Irreplaceable
Friday, November 20, 2015 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Graham Memorial Presbyterian Church . Sanctuary
We invite everyone to join together for a one night special event movie night presentation in the Graham sanctuary the Friday evening before Thanksgiving. From 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. our congregation will screen the film Irreplaceable. This insightful Focus on the Family produced documentary seeks to investigate and answer two fundamental life questions: 1) What is family?” ; and 2) “Does family still matter in today's society?” Every member of our Graham Memorial Family of Faith is strongly encouraged to attend this Thanksgiving Family Movie Night. View the trailer below.
See endorsements of this groundbreaking film here. The Irreplaceable Movie Night is a free event. Popcorn and water will be provided Arrive at 5:30 to be seated. A short period of discussion will follow from 8 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. introducing a January 2016 Adult Christian Education Small Group Study initiative entitled The Family Project which will provide everyone at Graham Memorial the opportunity to examine these questions in more detail.
The Irreplaceable Movie Night is a free event. Reservations/tickets are required and are available on Eventbrite. Childcare and activities for elementary school children will be available. These service must be requested when making your reservation. The film will begin promptly at 6. Enter through the 10th Avenue entrance to verify your reservation/ticketing and to receive your complimentary popcorn and water.
Important Content note: Irreplaceable deals frankly with sexuality as it relates to family formation in a way that may be too direct for young children. Discussions include the implications of an "anything-goes" societal view of sexuality and the impact of today's "hookup culture" on young people’s lives. The film is appropriate for middle school ages and above. (Note - Focus on the Family suggests ages 15 and above). DVD copies for parental pre-screening are available from Adult Christian Education by email request to Jon Mosier»