Real Life Community of Faith to host free movie
BETHESDA — Real Life Community of Faith invites everyone to see a free movie at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Epworth Center.
The center will be showing a family friendly movie for all ages. This is a true story of faith, hope and love in the midst of misfortune.
There be will popcorn, refreshments and other goodies for all to enjoy and best of all there is no charge for anything.
The center looks forward to sharing a great movie experience with everyone in and around Bethesda, Barnesville, Belmont and beyond.
The Epworth Center is located at 301 N. Main St., Bethesda, down the hill behind the Bethesda Methodist church.
For more information, call 740-310-4991.
Real Life Community of Faith is a group of people committed to following Jesus Christ in faith, working with and learning from one another, building life-long relationships, having fun together and enjoying real life.
Church officials describe Real Life as “a place where we know the people, not the building, is the voice, hands, feet, and representation of Christ in the world.”
A hospitality table opens at 10:15 a.m. Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. and Kids Impact at 10:50 a.m.
The church believes that God has called on people to facilitate an environment where folks can be safe to be who they are — no masks required. The church believes that God uses diverse ways to help people with diverse needs find a fulfilling relationship with Jesus.
Real Life’s mission is to: bring in, build up and send out fully devoted followers of Christ.
Its vision is to: make fully devoted followers of Christ of unchurched and de-churched people of Belmont County and surrounding areas through authentic relationships, culturally relevant worship, and serving others.
Real Life was founded in 2003 and began meeting at Union Local Elementary School. In December 2012 it moved to Epworth Center in Bethesda.