“Not your mom’s pot luck”

 

A Screening of the Film Documentary “The Forgotten People”

Film and Discussion @ 6:15 p.m.
$12/Adults  $6/Children

Guests: Laurie Cardoza-Moore, President, Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN) and PJTN co-founder Rev. Sam Clarke, Anglican Minister

Fueled by the Left, the far-Right, and radical Islam, a “new” form of anti-Semitism has reared its head. The Jewish people and the State of Israel are once again facing extreme worldwide persecution. The mission of (PJTN) is “to educate Christians about their biblical responsibility to stand with their Jewish brothers and sisters and to defend the State of Israel.” As President of PJTN, Laurie Cardoza-Moore’s voice has been given a national platform by major broadcast outlets as widely diverse as CBN’s “700 Club,” to Jon Stewart and CNN‘s Anderson Cooper 360. Her opinions strike a consistently relevant and newsworthy chord on the subjects of the new rise of anti-Semitism and the Biblical responsibility of Christians to stand with their Jewish brethren

“The Forgotten People” is produced by Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN) organization. The Emmy nominated film, and winner of the 2010 Telly Award for Best Documentary Film, powerfully exposes the parallels between Nazism and radical Islam.

Following the film screening, there will be an informative Q & A discussion with: Laurie Cardoza-Moore Film’s Co-Producer & PJTN Founder, Rev. Sam Clark and a local Jewish Rabbi and Holocaust survivor.

Reservations are required for this event.