November 13, 2023
The movie Journey to Bethlehem is a great opportunity to build community this Christmas.
Are you starting to get excited? The national release of Journey To Bethlehem is getting so close now. The movie will launch in cinemas nationally on November 30. We can't wait for you to experience the fun and joy of this beautiful Nativity story.
Here are five ideas that could build a sense of community and deepen everyone's experience this Christmas.
1. Invite another family to go to the movies with you. It’s a great family movie and heading out with another family is not just fun, but a great way to build relationships with others.
2. Invite your children’s Grandparents to come with your family to see Journey To Bethlehem.
3. Invite that special person you want to show gratitude to for all they've done for you and your family this year. It could be your children's teacher, a youth leader, a Pastor, a local volunteer you know who gives much to all. Go to see Journey To Bethlehem and take them as your guest to show you really appreciate them.
4. Go see the movie with your church small group as a great way to celebrate the year together and enjoy this fantastic film presentation.
5. Invite your neighbours for an end of year street movie event to go see the movie and then head back to have a street party.
We'd love to hear your ideas and feedback about how the above ideas work for you. Please feel free to add your comments on our socials. You can find out more and see our social links on our website HERE.
Journey to Bethlehem is in cinemas nationally from November 30. Group bookings are now available.
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