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Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

First Congregational Church UCC
Georgetown, MA

First Congregational Church UCC of Georgetown will present a free community screening of Inlaws & Outlaws on Thursday, August 25th at 7 pm.

The screening will be presented at the church, located at 7 Andover Street in Georgetown, Massachusetts. A free will offering will be welcomed and DVDs of the film will be fore sale. All in the greater community are welcome to join us for this spirited film event!

What: 1st Congregational Church UCC
Free Community Screening
When:Thursday, August 25, 2011
7 pm
Where: 1st Congregational Church UCC of Georgetown
7 Andover St., Georgetown, MA 01833
How: Free will offering appreciated. All welcome!
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For more information, call the church at (978) 352-8843.

About First Congregational Church UCC of Georgetown:

The First Congregational Church UCC on Andover Street in Georgetown (where we now worship) was dedicated on December 18, 1874. The beautiful tracker organ, still in use today, was heard for the first time on that day. The Paul Revere and Sons bell, which first rang out from the Old South Church in 1815, was moved to the new church and continues to ring out on Sunday mornings to call us to worship together.

Our congregation has gone through many changes throughout the years- from our early Calvinist roots as the Second Church of Christ in Rowley to our membership since 1961 in the United Church of Christ. We have survived conflicts and controversies, and seen great joys and celebrations. Through it all, our faith in God has guided us, and will continue to guide us for generations to come.

This screening is made possible through the generous support of Robert D. Lemon of Oklahoma City. Bob Lemon is a long-time community activist, an ally in the fight for LGBT equality and the Executive Producer of this film. With Bob's support, we invite all UCC congregations to screen Inlaws & Outlaws for free. Contact us here to find out how your congregation can take advantage of this program.

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