In conjunction with the second annual “Arms Around Greenwood” service project on April 23, 2017, Greenwood United Methodist Church would like to invite you to “Faith, Films, and Fellowship.” This event is a community outreach at the Bell Park Pavilion beginning at noon that day. They will be welcoming the public to watch two faith-based films together. Seating is available, but you are asked to bring snacks and drinks for your group. There is no charge for either movie, the event is entirely free to the community. Please plan on attending, for one or both movies, and don’t forget to bring your friends. We would love to spend the afternoon with you. The first movie will begin at noon, and the second at 2pm. Below are the movies’ synopsis and ratings; pack a picnic for your gang and we will see you at the movies!

Beginning at Noon – God’s Not Dead – Rated PG

Freshman University student attends a philosophy class, where the professor requires all students to submit a signed statement that “God is dead.” When he refuses due to Christian beliefs, the professor challenges him to defend his position that God is real.

Beginning at 2pm – Greater – Rated PG

The story of Brandon Burlsworth, possibly the greatest walk-on in the history of college football. He had dreamed of playing for the Arkansas Razorbacks, so he walked on in 1994 despite height and weight challenges. An extremely devoted Christian, he was genuinely humble and worked hard on and off the field. He was the first Razorback to earn both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree while playing. Tragedy strikes 11 days after being drafted into the NFL.