A Buchan church is bringing a thought-provoking and conversation stirring movie to Peterhead.
Mintlaw Community Church is working with national organisation Kingdom Cinemas to screen ‘God’s Not Dead’.
The film will be shown at Peterhead Community Theatre on Wednesday, June 11.
The movie involves a fascinating story based in a US university classroom, where a Christian student, Josh, is challenged by his philosophy lecturer Professor Radisson’s paper, which states ‘God is Dead’.
The Professor then arranges a courtroom-style showdown where both can present their arguments.
If Josh fails to convince his classmates of God’s existence, he will fail the course and hinder his academic goals.
The movie was made to educate, entertain and inspire moviegoers to explore what they really believe about God, igniting important conversations and life-changing decisions.
Commenting on the film, Stuart Watt of Mintlaw Community Church says the film is essential viewing in today’s ‘free thinking’ society.
He said: “The world seems to be changing and changing fast.
“People don’t seem to know what they believe or who they can trust.
“In a time of great uncertainty where people are looking for direction, this film gives them the opportunity to find the answers to life.
“With such a challenging theme, God’s Not Dead is a movie not to be missed.”
Tickets for the 7pm showing, priced at £6, and can be purchased by calling Stuart on 07999630888.