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Wednesdays during Lent March 9, 16, 23, 30 at 6:30 p.m. Bring a potluck to share and join us in Fellowship Hall to take part in a guided discussion about the role of faith in the film. All are welcome!

Time & Location

Mar 09, 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

70 Moffett St, Pittsburgh, PA 15243, USA

About The Event

March 9--We begin our Lenten potlucks and movie discussion series: LENTFLIX: FILMS, FOOD, FAITH, FRIENDS. Watch the movie ahead of time (see below). At 6:30pm bring a simple dish to share in fellowship hall while we talk about issues of faith found in the film. Our first cinematic selection is a comedy set in Ukraine.....(drumroll)


with Elijah Wood, PG13, 2005

In the early 2000s, a young Jewish man (Elijah Wood) travels to Ukraine to learn about his grandfather's life during World War II and the Holocaust. This comic film deals with serious themes of time, guilt, rootlessness, identity, and our shared connection to the past.  Parents: While there are no explicitly violent or sexually graphic scenes, there is a small amount of profanity.  Also, one character dies by suicide--the depiction is not shocking, but it is a heavy topic.  Also, it contains a few flashbacks of the Holocaust with implications of violence.

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