"... an engaging opportunity to celebrate the 500th "
"...the best film about Luther ever made"
"A powerful work that makes the Reformation come alive"
Martin Luther triggered a seismic upheaval that rocked the western world in the 1500s—with an impact that continues to reverberate to this day. This film tells the great adventure story of his life. At the same time, it examines his quest for truth—questions we all must face—including "Who am I?" "What is my purpose" and "How do I get right with God?"
Now you can see this compelling new movie at a special screening at your local movie theater.
Host a screening - AN OUTREACH OPPORTUNITY
Hosting a screening is a great way for your congregation to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation—simultaneously edifying your members and creating a memorable impression in the broader community.
A movie screening is the perfect outreach opportunity—a chance to invite friends and neighbors to a fun event that also communicates Luther's message.
Your guests (and members!) will learn about the ideas that sparked the Reformation, embedded in a fast-paced film that's packed with political intrigue, surprise kidnappings, and life-or-death showdowns.
All the logistics are handled by a company called Tugg; they work with the theater to lock in your screening time and ensure the movie ready to play on your chosen date. All you need to do is pick a date and time... and then tell your congregation about this great opportunity to reconnect with Luther's story.
Tugg is a proven web platform that enables churches, groups, and organizations to set up these individual screenings in theaters and church venues in communities like yours.
As the host of a screening, you can have your pastor (or anyone you choose) say a few words at the beginning to welcome guests, and even do a Q&A at the end if you like.
The is no cost to your congregation to host a screening at your local theater. The theater does charge moviegoers usual ticket prices. A percentage of the ticket price comes back to your congregation (as the screening's host). You can designate those funds to any special mission or ministry you choose.
Your screening can take place at a local movie theater, OR via your church video system. For screening in your church facility, there is a charge, outlined here. We encourage churches to use the movie theater option, to better engage the community, and create a memorable event.
Would your church leadership like a preview of the film before you book your screening? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org