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Facing Darkness – Special School Screenings!

The new Samaritan’s Purse documentary FACING DARKNESS will be playing in Sydney as a special one-day event on Tuesday, 7 August. We are hosting two school screenings at 10AM and 1PM. Bring your class to see this story of how faith conquered fear during the Ebola crisis of 2014.

FACING DARKNESS applies to your science, humanities, global and Christian studies curriculum. Students will learn how infectious diseases can spread and impact a whole community. The movie shows how culture can impact the way we approach solutions when responding to disasters and crisis in developing nations. Students will also see how a Christian organisation, compelled by the message of the Good Samaritan, stood in the gap when nobody else would, to serve people in desperate need.

When: 7 August, 2018
10AM (unavailable), 1PM & 7PM

Where: The Concourse Theatre
409 Victoria Avenue
Chatswood 2067 Australia

The Facing Darkness Screening will be held in the Theatre of The Concourse. Entry to the Theatre can be accessed by the Theatre Foyer on Level 1

Disabled Access is available via Door 1

Cost: A suggested donation of $10 per ticket will help cover the costs of the screening

Parking: Paid Parking is available on site. Entrance to the parking station is on Ferguson Lane via Archer Street, please note, there is a not right turn from Archer st for vehicles over 3m.

For group bookings please call 1300 884 468 and ask to speak to Katie. For groups of 10 or more there is a reserved seating area.

The movie is currently unavailable in Australia and, therefore, unrated. In America the movie is rated TV-PG.

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