Friday, March 8, 2013 at 7:00pm to 9:30pm

Peace in Motion Café Movie Night Presents: Oh My God

Peace in Motion Café Movie Night is a great place to meet other conversationalists, an opportunity to support community activism, and a perfect third date at Center for Living Peace!  Each month, a socially stimulating film is screened with group discussion following.


EVENT IS CAFÉ STYLE – Guests are welcome to bring their own food and beer and wine refreshments.  Wine glasses will be provided, however, please bring your own utensils and plates.


This month’s film synopsis :

One question has served for centuries as a lure for theologians, religious teachers, and spiritual seekers: "What is God?" In this gorgeously filmed documentary, Peter Rodger takes us around the world to 23 countries to talk to people of all types, colors, and creeds. The result is an open house where Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, native peoples, and even atheists share their views about God. Filmmaker Rodger and composer Alexander van Bubenheim fine tune our senses and our souls to the mysteries of the Divine and the yearnings of the human heart. (Spirituality & Practice)

Watch the trailer!

Upcoming Program for Peace in Motion Movie Night!

Friday, April 12, 7-9pm: One Day on Earth


Suggested donation $5-10


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Charles Royston III, M.A. Anthropological Philosopher

Professor of Human Services and Anthropology at CSUFullerton, Charles is profoundly interested in the human condition; ...

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