The River Falls United Methodist Church, 127 S. Second St., is sponsoring a free, adult-oriented film series this spring, beginning Sunday, Jan. 10.
"Where Many Rivers Meet" will feature documentaries, independent and foreign films that celebrate spiritual values -- peace, compassion, tolerance, and community.
Showings begin promptly at 10:15 a.m. every Sunday morning (except the first Sunday of the month) on a large screen on the lower level of the church (follow the signs. A brief discussion time follows each movie.
Children's programs will be held during film showing, everyone is welcome.
Early films in the series include Jan. 10's "A Class Divided," revealing racism among third graders in 1968-era Iowa; Jan. 17's "Smoke Signals," a story of ritual and friendship among Native Americans; Jan. 24's "Lars and the Real Girl," a study of an intensely lonely young man and the community that supports him, Jan. 31, "Jesus Camp," a look at the intense training ground for recruiting born-again children to be part of America's political future.
For more information, contact the Director of Children and Family Ministries Carolyn Germaine at (715) 425-6233.