St. Luke Movie Club Report Annual Meeting January 2012
By Ken Stevens
• As part of the Education Ministry, the St. Luke Movie Club meets regularly to preview a wide range of movie selections, all with meaningful content, so as to stimulate substantive and often provocative discussions. A monthly/bi-monthly gathering of interested St. Luke parishioners, the group discusses contemporary movies in the context of Orthodox Christian meaning and values. The discussions are always led by Fr. Andrew Harrison. In 2011, the viewing list included: Courageous, Smoke Signals, Hugo 3-D, The Social Network, and The Blind Side.
Plans for 2012:
• 2012 will be our 10th year anniversary for the St. Luke Movie Club and we hope to continue the tradition of viewing thoughtful movies with a view towards discussion in the context of Orthodox Christianity. Our opening film was The Rabbit Hole, a great film about dealing with grief, which we viewed together on January 15th.