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Free Screening of Jerusalem, a National Geographic IMAX film

January  26, 2014  7:00 PMDiscovery Place, 301 N. Tryon Street

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Due to overwhelming demand, all tickets for this event have been reserved.  Thank you for your interest!

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Suzanne Henderson

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Join us for a free viewing of the stunning film, Jerusalem, which explores this sacred city through the lenses of three teenaged girls--a Jew, a Christian, and a Muslim. Hear their stories; marvel at the city's beauty; gain important insights into the "roots of universal attachment" to this sacred space. Then, as we linger over light refreshments, help to build bridges of understanding with Charlotte neighbors from an array of backgrounds. We hope you'll join in this exciting opportunity.

Doors open at 7:00pm; Film begins at 7:15pm, with light refreshments to follow.

Hosted by Queens University of Charlotte's Center for Ethics and Religion, in partnership with Discovery Place.

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