Faith in Film Series - Everyday Heroes

It’s summer and time for St Mark’s Faith in Films movie nights with a twist!

On Friday evenings, we will watch a movie simultaneously in our homes, and join in a conversation about the film afterward via Zoom. This year’s theme is “Everyday Heroes” in honor of our essential workers. The Sunday worship following each movie will help tie together how this theme impacts our Christian life. Every attempt has been made to find movies accessible to most viewers via internet streaming or on demand.

If you are interested in joining the conversation, please email the Church Office for the Zoom link:

July 24 - I am Potential

Based on the inspiring true story of Patrick Henry Hughes, born without eyes and his joints didn't form properly, keeping him from ever walking. Patrick Henry dreamed of one day becoming a member of a real marching band, having to fight all the odds to become an accomplished pianist, trumpet player and singer. The Hughs family's story reminds us all to look at the things we have rather than the things we don't, as we all try to reach our God-given potential.

July 31 - Same Kind of Different as Me

Successful businessman Ron Hall and his wife, Deborah, discover a renewed sense of purpose when they begin to volunteer at a local mission in Fort Worth, Texas. Their lives change forever when they develop an unlikely friendship with Denver Moore, a homeless man who inspires them to save their struggling marriage.