Faithspotting “Tenet” Part 2, Return to The Theater

Mike and Kenny discuss the experience of going back to the theater for the first time in 8 months to watch the Christopher Nolan film Tenet as well as the corporate worship.

Follow the link to listen to the episode https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/faithspotting/id1524339974?i=1000493362021

While viewing films, and church services via streaming or television offers ways to view films, shows, as well as to worship, they lack the benefits of a truly communal experience. Whether hearing the reactions of others in the theater or having conversations before or after the show, or experiencing the love, communion and connection of fellowship with other disciples, participation within community allows a fullness of the experience that cannot be replicated alone.

Cannes Lumiere Theater 2018 Cross Roads Faith and Film

The Christian Church is referred to as the Body of Christ and as a body, is designed to be connected working in concert with other parts of the body. 

This reality is also a reason for faith communities to always be looking for ways to minister those who are unable to participate in the events of a faith community.

First United Methodist Church, Richardson TX 2016 Cross Roads Faith and Film

Scriptural Calls to Worship:

Psalm 95, 96, 100, 132,

Acts 2 

1 Corinthians 14: 26-28

About revkennydickson

I am a United Methodist minister and my professional passion is connecting issues of life and faith to film and other artforms. I am also interested in autism awareness and ministry and special needs. I am married to Michelle and have two children.
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