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St. Peter's Movie Night

  Time Changer
July 3
Film length: 1 hour; 35 minutes
A man is sent into the future to see the possible results of his actions in this mixture of sci-fi adventure and Christian drama. In 1890, Russell Carlisle is a philosopher and college professor who has completed a manuscript he calls "The Changing Times." The university where Carlisle teaches is considering publishing his latest work, but a committee of ranking professors under the leadership of the school's Dean must first vote unanimously to approve the material. One of Carlisle's colleagues, Norris Anderson, strongly objects to the paper on the grounds that Carlisle contends morality can be taught apart from Christianity -- a view that Anderson, a devout Christian, cannot abide. Carlisle becomes increasingly frustrated with Anderson's objections, but after the meeting, Anderson shows Carlisle something remarkable -- a working time machine he has built in his home. Using this innovation, Anderson sends Carlisle to a typical American city in the 21st century, in order to show the impact his ideas could have as he witnesses a society in which morality and Christianity are considered separate entities.
  Amish Grace
July 10
Film length: 1 hour; 35 minutes
When a group of Amish schoolgirls are taken hostage and killed in their classroom, their parents and the Amish community of Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, stun the outside world by immediately forgiving the killer. Ida Graber, mother of one of the murdered children, has a tougher time than the others accepting the tragedy, but in her anguish and pain, she begins a personal journey of renewed faith, ultimately accepting the heart-wrenching tragedy of losing a child after learning that her murdered daughter, Mary Beth Graber, had promised to pray for the perpetrator before her death; reconnecting with her husband, family, and community; offering forgiveness to the killer; and even showing kindness and compassion to the killer's widow and children — all in the form of Amish grace.

The film was dedicated in memory of the victims of the West Nickel Mines School shooting.
  The Shift
July 17
Film length: 1 hour; 53 minutes
In this modern-day retelling of Job, Kevin Garner (Kristoffer Polaha) embarks on a journey across worlds and dimensions to reunite with Molly (Elizabeth Tabish), his true love. The narrative unfolds as a dystopian drama and sci-fi thriller, where a mysterious adversary, The Benefactor (Neal McDonough), disrupts Kevin's reality. Faced with infinite worlds and impossible choices, Kevin must navigate through an alternate reality, resisting The Benefactor's tempting offers of wealth and power. As survival hangs in the balance, Kevin fights to return to the familiar world he cherishes and the woman he loves.
  Ordinary Angels
August 2
Film length: 1 hour; 58 minutes
Inspired by the incredible true story of a hairdresser who single-handedly rallies an entire community to help a widowed father save the life of his critically ill young daughter.
  5000 Blankeets
August 9
Film length: 1 hour; 45 minutes
The film follows the true story of a determined woman, Cyndi Bunch, who sets out to find her husband, Bobby, after he’s had a mental breakdown and goes missing. Along with her son, Phillip, the pair are alarmed to see how many unhoused people there are, a realization that sparks “a movement of compassion” to help as many people as possible.​
  The Bible Collection: Esther
August 7
Film length: 1 hour; 27 minutes
Following the conquest of Babylon, the Biblical tale of Ahasuerus, Vashti, and Esther comes alive with this inspiring story of hope, mercy, and faith.
  Let There Be Light
August 14
Film length: 1 hour; 40 minutes
The world's greatest atheist has a near-death experience that challenges his views and forces him to reconcile what he witnessed with his firmly-held beliefs about God.
  Miracle at Manchester
August 21
Film length: 1 hour; 27 minutes
A hopeful story based on actual events about a community that comes to-gether to organize a miracle for a teen battling an aggressive form of brain cancer while two men find their own restoration healing and a father finds his faith again.
  Letters to God
August 28
Film length: 1 hour; 53 minutes
A young boy fighting cancer writes letters to God, touching lives in his neighborhood and community and inspiring hope among everyone he encounters. An unsuspecting substitute postman with his own troubled life becomes entangled in the boy's journey and family by reading the letters. They inspire him to seek a better life for himself and his own son he's lost through his alcohol addiction.
Refreshments are served beginning at 6:30pm
Film begins at 7pm