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FBC Rincon to show movies on Sunday nights
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First Baptist Church of Rincon will show a Christian movie each Sunday night in June at 6 p.m. in the church’s Memorial Chapel (old sanctuary). The films are free, and free popcorn, cokes and refreshments will be served.

“We did this last summer, and it was a big hit, so we’ve decided to make it an annual affair,” said Pastor Bob Rogers.

Films to be shown this year are:
June 1: “Time Changer.” Produced by Rich Christiano, this is a humorous and yet serious look at what happens when a Bible professor from the 1890s goes forward in time and is shocked by the American culture that he sees over 100 years later. Show time is 6 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel.

June 8: “The Ten Commandments.” This is the 2007 animated version. Families of all ages will enjoy this retelling of the story of Moses faithful to the Bible, in a “Claymation” animated style. Show time is 6 p.m. outdoors under the portico near the rear of the sanctuary.

June 15: No film and no evening services on Father’s Day.

June 22: “The Climb.” Produced by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, this is an adventure-packed story of two hotshot mountain climbers racing to the summit. Winner of the 2002 International Family Film Festival as Best Feature Drama. Show time is 6 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel.

June 29: “Stars in My Crown.” A four-star MGM black-and-white Western film produced in 1950. Called “the best movie Hollywood ever made about a Christian,” it is the story of a pastor who comes to town to start a church, and ends up in conflict with a non-believing doctor and the Ku Klux Klan. Show time is 6 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel.

All of the Sunday night movies are free, and the public is invited. For more information, contact the church office at 826-5536 or visit the Web site