Movie Series Continues for conservative, church going Christians in York PA sponsored by Conservative Christian Center; You may attend, host your own or donate
This Sunday at 2 PM the second in the series of conservative, Christion, family friendly movies will be shown at a private residence and as a subscriber or member of Conservative Christian Center you are invited to join us to watch. There is no charge or donation requirement for admission, although we do suggest you bring an afternoon snack (not a meal) and we do accept donations for future movie promotions.
This terrific movie will be hosted at the residence of Dennis and Monica Seitz on the east side of York County. Monica was recently named to the York County Board of Directors of the Conservative Christian Center and its Programming Director.
Monica and Dennis hosted the God’s Not Dead (#1) movie starring Kevin Sorbo last Saturday and now this Sunday she and her husband are hosting the 2nd in this inspiring, faith-based series, God’s Not Dead 2. There is limited seating. We need you to RSVP and we will then provide you the exact address (we expect you will understand that our movie host’s home address is not going to be publicly broadcast in our e-newsletters and on our websites but will only be provided to those guests who we can confirm attendance).
Write RSVP@ConservativeChristianCenter.org and Monica or one of our board members will write back to let you know if there is space for you (and your guests if you let us know how many seats you need) and we’ll tell you the address. Send your name, number of guests, email address and your phone number.
Perhaps you want to host this movie or another conservative, Christian, family friendly movie at your home? Royalty payments do NOT have to be made when we have a private residence showing and do not charge any admission fee.
Whether you have a favorite movie you want to invite our subscribers to attend or wish for us to provide you a movie (such as God’s Not Dead 1 or 2) we hope you will join in supporting this new program by hosting a movie night or a movie afternoon at your residence. When we send out a bulletin about it in this e-newsletter we do not have to mention your name unless it is ok with you, we merely have to indicate the general location of your residence, and we must know the limit of how many guests you can accept for your viewing.
And some of our subscribers, readers and members may wish to support this new movie initiative of Conservative Christian Center with a donation to help us pay for advertising and promotion. We can reach many hundreds of conservative, church going Christians in York County on Facebook for just $25 to $50. We can reach 1000 or more within 2 weeks with a donation of $100 to $250.
To support this work, or to reserve your spot this Sunday for the 2 PM showing of the God’s Not Dead 2 movie, or to host a movie night, write RSVP@ConservativeChristianCenter.org.
Here’s info about this terrific movie, God’s Not Dead 2.
From the college classroom of GOD’S NOT DEAD to the public square in GOD’S NOT DEAD 2, the name of Jesus is welcomed less and less with each passing day. If Christians don’t take a stand today, will we even have a choice tomorrow?
Welcome back to Hope Springs … home not only of Hadleigh University, but also Martin Luther King Jr. High School, where beloved teacher Grace Wesley helps students understand and enjoy history. Her love of teaching, her love for her students, and her love of life all come from the same place: her love of Christ.
So when Brooke, a hurting student grieving the loss of her brother, reaches out to Grace, their coffee-shop conversation naturally leads to Grace sharing the hope she finds in Christ.
When Brooke later asks an honest question about Jesus in the classroom, Grace’s reasoned response lands her in big trouble—almost before she even finishes giving her answer.
With the principal and superintendent joining forces with a zealous civil liberties group, Grace faces an epic court case that could cost her the career she loves and expel God from the classroom—and the public square—once and for all!
Conservative Christian Center York County Board member Monica Seitz and her husband, Dennis, hosted the first movie for this new “home showing” initative, God Is Not Dead 1, at their residence, on October 28, at 2:00 pm, providing some snacks and a kitchen table for their guests to put the snacks they carried in. All in attendance agreed that this movie was inspiring and highly recommend it to you.
Now God is Not Dead 1 is followed by God’s Not Dead 2 and it is scheduled to be shown on Nov. 5, at 2:00 pm and we invite you to join us to watch it on the East side of York. Monica and Dennis can accept an additional 8 guests so please write RSVP@ConservativeChristianCenter.org if you wish to attend and indicate if you are bringing others with you. Donations can be accepted at the movie or you may mail to:
Conservative Christian Center
Freedom Center, 2159 White St., Suite 3-149
York PA 17404
The movies we choose to focus on are family based movies, of interest to all ages. The God’s Not Dead series is especially interesting for younger audiences and we strongly urge you to bring this opportunity to watch a great movie to the attention of any younger family members.
God’s Not Dead 1 is a 2014 Christian drama film directed by Harold Cronk and starring Kevin Sorbo, Shane Harper, David A. R. White and Dean Cain.
It was written by Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman. The story was based on Rice Brooks book “God Is Not Dead: Evidence for God In An Age of Uncertainty.”
The film, which was released on spring of 2014 and was a total hit that year, winning a “GMA Dove Award” for “Inspirational Film of the Year”.
Because of its success on the big screen, God’s Not Dead 2 was born. It is the sequel to the 2014 film and was released in the spring of 2016, becoming the final film role for Fred Thompson, who has been a United States Senator, a candidate for President and an established and accomplished movie actor.
This part 2 was also directed by Harold Cronk and starred Melissa Joan Hart, Jesse Metcalfe, David A.R. White, Hayley Orrantia, and Sadie Robertson.
Make Nov. 5 a date with your family and friends. Come join us for another afternoon of fun, learning, inspiration and fellowship with like minded, conservative Christian friends in the York County area.
Our next movie schedule will be November 18, for the inspiring movie, Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure movie. An American documentary film featuring a story of America’s beginnings. A movie presented, produced and starred by Kirk Cameron. The film began its box office run on March 27, 2012.
Also sign up for that movie date using the same email address, RSVP@ConservativeChristianCenter.org.
The Home Movie Series of the Conservative Christian Center is limited to private, residential showings of movies of interest to conservative, Church going Christians. We will also promote movies coming to the big screen when we have advance notice, good reviews and one or more of of our CCC leaders ready to lead groups going to a movie theater. Stay tuned for future announcements.
Reminder: this Tuesday is election day. Please make sure you have scheduled time to vote. We will post information about the candidates including how they answered our survey questions and the rating they earned (A down to D) on our Value Voters Guide and a copy of the guide on our website, Facebook page and via e-newsletter before election day to help you choose between the candidates.
P.S. If you are able to volunteer your time or your donation to help us organize future activities please write RSVP@ConservativeChristianCenter.org. We are the same team who in the past worked together as volunteers under the heading of York County Action, carrying on the same mission today as part of an organization incorporated 30 years ago and recognized all that time by the IRS as a 501/c/4 non-profit.