HOST A SCREENING
We’re looking for churches from every denomination across America to stand up and support our brothers & sisters in the Middle East by hosting the FAITHKEEPERS special movie event. What’s required of you? Pick a date. Secure your church. Invite your community. We help you with the rest.
Once you have paid the film licensing fee, we will deliver the film to you digitally.
If you’re interested in setting up an event, please contact Dana Wilsey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the Middle East, the birthplace of Christianity, Christians and other minorities are being violently persecuted, driven out from their homes and killed. Their places of worship are being destroyed, and their history is being erased.
Faithkeepers gives face and voice to the humanitarian crisis and genocide affecting millions in the Middle East as a result of religious and ethnic persecution.
The film is a testament to the stories of the persecuted and an inspiring portrait of the human spirit. Using personal testimonies and original animation, the film exposes daily life for those facing violence and expulsion.
Faithkeepers – the movie and the movement – will awaken, enlighten and inspire all people of faith to stand up and take action.
We can plan screening events on a date that is best for your church or community.
Churches of every denomination from across the U.S. will be hosting screening events.
Faithkeepers is the latest film by The Clarion Project and LightWorkers Media.
No, the event is all pre-recorded and is approximately 1-hour in length.
The film uses animation to depict persecution of Christians. Although animated and respectful, the scenes are intense, and may require parental guidance for children under the age of 13.
Yes, all churches will receive downloadable resources to spread the word in your community.
Not yet — the Faithkeepers event is currently only available in the U.S.
There are costs associated with the filming, editing, and release of Faithkeepers. Also, through the Faithkeepers Funder the filmmakers are supporting various non-profits on the ground, working to help Christians and other minorities. You can find more info here: www.faithkeepersfund.org
Yes at a point in the future, however no dates have been confirmed.
Each location must have the ability to download the movie file (.mov), then play the file through a computer to a projection system and screen, including audio.