• March 10, 2020
    7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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When was the last time you saw a big box office hit, and walked away saying “I learned something new about my faith?” It’s easy to just see movies as fun or entertainment but they also connect with us because they tell the great stories of humanity, and faith – those of love, friendship, betrayal, and hope. Find signs of faith in everyday life, in the stories of real and fictional people.

Whether you’ve joined us to hear Penn talk about movies before or not, this new and updated workshop by one of PRC’s frequent, popular presenters is sure to be full of laughter and insight. Join us to take an in-depth look at how popular movies affect our faith and how our faith affects movies in today’s world. Learn to spot signs of faith, hope, and love around you in everyday life, including on your next trip to your friendly, neighborhood multiplex.

This workshop is also a great idea for youth and anyone who works with youth. Use pop culture to start discussions about faith.

Penn Ketchum is a Brooklyn native who now lives in Lititz with his wife and their two teenage daughters. Penn is the founder and namesake of Penn Cinema, an independent circuit of first-class, multiplex movie theaters in Pennsylvania and Delaware, including two IMAX theaters. Ketchum was the 2018 Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year and is known for his casual style, quick humor, and dedication to serving his community. He has also written two books, Psalm 23 (in other words) andĀ Our Father (in other words).



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