Little Town of Bethlehem–Sept 29th

September 14, 2010

Film Screening: Little Town of Bethlehem
Date/Time: Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 6pm
Location: Beck-Geren Room (3rd Floor BLUU)
Free dinner with discussion to follow!
Join the TCU Interfaith Community, Brite Divinity School, and TCU Religious and Spiritual Life for an exclusive screening of Little Town of Bethlehem, a soon-to-be-released documentary that tells the inspiring true stories of three men (an Arab Christian, Israeli Jew, and Palestinian Muslim) in a land gripped by fear, hostility, and division. Expected to perpetuate the cycle of hate, they instead choose nonviolence to find solutions to the conflict.

TCU is showing the film as part of a National Screening Launch on campuses around the country. The film’s producers are making the film available exclusively to colleges and universities before releasing it to the general public. The Screening Launch falls between the United Nations’ International Day of Peace (09.21.10) and International Day of Nonviolence (10.02.10).

Please spread the word to your students, colleagues, and friends.  We hope to inspire interest in the areas of non-violence advocacy and interfaith cooperation and dialogue.

Rev. Jake Hofmeister