All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation. II Corinthians 5:18
Beginning Wednesday evening, October 11, St. Andrew’s is offering an opportunity to explore our own God-given calling to be “Ambassadors of Reconciliation” by loving those in our community here in Fort Worth who seem to be so different from us. We will look at some important and timely themes in the book and hear real stories of God reconciling people to himself and to one another through several of our Fort Worth ministry partners (such as Union Gospel Mission, Victory Temple, H.O.P.E. Farm, etc.)
Ambassadors of Reconciliation inspired by Same Kind of Different As Me
- Special Programming for Adults and Children (nursery provided) Beginning Wednesday, October 11 and continuing October 25 - November 16 in Moncrief Hall
Program for Adults and Children from 6 to 7:30 PM at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (Nursery provided)
- Fun and educational children’s program, using children’s version of the book. October 18 at Ridgmar 13: Red Carpet premier of movie
Buy tickets through St. Andrew’s for seating in a theater reserved by St. Andrew’s.
Childcare and a nursery will be provided at St. Andrew’s the night of the premiere.
- Read the book
Books available at St. Andrew’s on Sundays and at events throughout the week, and online at Amazon, or on kindle.
- Invite a friend ~ Many of our friends will know about the book, hear publicity about the movie and welcome an invitation to come along.
- Bring a friend!
“Just tell ‘em I’m a nobody that’s tryin’ to tell everybody ‘bout Somebody that can save anybody.”
— Denver Moore