St. Luke’s Inclusivity Committee, Connect Ministries, and Adult Ministries
Join us from 6:00 - 9 PM in The Attic to view a popular movie and discuss its themes!
As we remember the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., watch how he discovered the important role of advocacy in the church.
During Black History Month, see how 3 African American women changed not just one company’s policy, but crossed all gender and race lines to inspire us all to dream a bit bigger
March marks National Women’s History Month and the 150th anniversary of the United Methodist Women (UMW), learn how one woman’s history of discrimination lead her to fight for equal rights for everyone.
Friday Films is a free monthly community event that will entertain, enlighten, and engage participants in thought-provoking conversations about reconciliation, social justice, community building, and inclusiveness.
Where and When?
St. Luke’s UMC, Building C, The Attic
4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road
Orlando, FL 32819
*Please note: Child Care will not be available for this event.
St. Luke’s strives to live in a community that is called to Awareness, Acceptance, Advocacy, and Action.
Showing popular movies that share real and fictional difficulties with discrimination, injustice, and oppression allows us to be in conversation as a community about how the church can live out these ideals.
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