Alethea Project @ Hanley Road

Friday, June 21 | 7-9:30 p.m.

The Alethea Project is a new documentary screening series taking place in large evangelical churches across the United States. It seeks to use nonfiction film as a means to encourage productive, civil dialogue around difficult social topics, model bridge-building between churches and secular arts organizations, and grow appreciation for the art and craft of nonfiction film.

Join The Journey at Hanley Road and the Alethea Project for a free screening of The Interrupters, an up close look at curbing violence in a Chicago neighborhood by redirecting youth from violence to conflict resolution.The film screening will take place in our main sanctuary on the main floor, and will be followed by a moderated discussion.

There will also be a reception at 5:30 directly prior to the film screening at the University City High School. This will provide an opportunity to meet one another and engage in conversation as we prepare for the screening. Light appetizers will be served.

If you're interested in joining us for the film screening, please register, so we can have a headcount for seating purposes. All are welcome.