On March 5th we will celebrate Ash Wednesday together with The Screwtape Letters.
9 performers will present a one hour interpretation of the C.S. Lewis’s classic, and food and drink will be provided.
There will be subsequent performances on Friday the 7th and Saturday the 8th. Tickets for these events can be picked up at the John Galt Coffee Co. in the front of the Atlas Theater.
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Come share life with us here and on Instagram for the month of February.
The wise set apart in their hearts and minds those things which are worthy of special care.
Laughter and rest are good. Peace and pause are good.
Elevating what is holy is likewise good and a source of strength and dignity.
“We are here this evening because we’re tired now.
And I want to say that we are not here advocating violence. We have never done that.
I want it to be known throughout Montgomery and throughout this nation that we are Christian people. We believe in the teachings of Jesus.
The only weapon that we have in our hands this evening is the weapon of protest. That’s all.”
-Montgomery Bus Boycott Speech. December 5, 1955