Katherine House FCJ Salford

A Christian Conference and Retreat Centre

Third Tuesdays  7:00 - 9:30pm 

or 

Third Thursday afternoons 1:30 - 4:00pm 

Each month we show a film in two different slots; one for those who prefer the afternoon and another those who like to come after work. Both groups are friendly thoughtful people who like good films and engaging in discussions. We have enjoyed films which are just out on DVD as well as older classic films. Sometimes we have something a little less popular but still with lots to discuss.  

From the topical I Daniel Blake with it's themes of poverty and injustice to the award winning Notes on Blindness  documentary about theologian John Hull we enjoy discussing the themes and asking ourselves, where was God in this story?  


Come along and join us.

Sept: Tues 17 & Thurs 19

On the Basis of Sex

The true story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg & her struggle for equality


Oct: Tues 15 & Thurs 17

Red Joan

The story of Joan Stanley, who was exposed as the KGB's longest-serving British spy.

 

Nov: Tues 19 & Thurs 21

The Keeper

Bert Trautman, a German POW is recruited to play football for a local team.

 

Dec: Tues 10 & Thurs 12

Fishermen's Friends

Fishermen from Cornwall are a top ten hit with their Sea Shanties