To Save a Life – Free Movie Screening

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The public is invited to view “To Save a Life,” the free movie that will be shown at Southeast Community Church (SECC) on Saturday and Sunday, October 2 and 3 at 6:00 p.m. “To Save A Life” is a feature length film that swept theaters nationwide during its early 2010 release. Overnight, the film received a #1 Fandango Fan rating and maintained it for over a month. According to Southeast Community Church (SECC) Pastor Steve Curtis, when the movie was released, critics and youth workers raved, and families were challenged and encouraged.

“Every teen and parent needs to see this film,” Curtis said. “It has changed the direction of teens in communities across the nation, and it can change the direction for our teens locally.”

Curtis went on to say that SECC is bringing the movie to town because many families with teens are struggling to cope with the challenges of everyday life and the movie’s message can inspire teens to make the right choices.

“To Save a Life” is the story of All-American teen Jake Taylor who seems to have it all. But after a childhood friend’s death, Jake’s world turns upside down, and he is forced to make a decision that could change his life forever.

Curtis said, “To Save a Life is about making unexpected choices and sacrifices, while having the courage and determination to persevere against all odds.” He said that “To Save a Life” has started a movement all across the country.

“In communities just like ours, groups are working together to make an organized effort to reach local teens in crisis,” he continued. “Groups like ours are dedicated to offering every teen the opportunity to see this film and hear its powerful message of hope.”

To extend the impact of the message, beginning October 10, SECC will launch a six-week series of Sunday messages, Youth meetings, and adult small groups, encouraging discussions and exploration of how the message can change lives.

The free movie will be shown at Southeast Community Church, 790 May Creek Drive, Kingsland (turn behind Cracker Barrel). Visit and click Movies to see the trailer. Or call 912 729-8480.

Other Camden Happenings:

Rock Shrimp Festival

Hay Days in St Marys

Taste of Camden

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