Invite friends out for a movie night, and chances are you’ll get a good turnout. People like movies, sitting back and being entertained, and the chance to hang out with a few friends. For those enterprising single folks out there, its also a nice way to get to know someone new, or for the risk-takers, might just be the time to hold the hand of the person sitting next to you for the first time.
Wherever you’re sitting, I’d like to invite you out to a movie night here at Quest. Sorry, we’re not showing the new Bond film; we have something better to share. Join us APRIL 3 from 7-10 pm for a screening of Call and Response, a rockumentary about the sex trafficking industry. It’s mind boggling to imagine that more people, mostly children, are enslaved today than at any other point in human history. We’ll follow the film with an advocacy fair at Q Cafe. Grab a latte and mingle with local groups involved in fighting trafficking: the Seattle chapter of International Justice Mission, HEAL Africa, World Concern, the SOLD Project, and Sex and Money. So often, we hear all about atrocities in our world, are outraged, but don’t know how to make a difference. This time, after hearing the ‘call’, we’ll hook you up with a chance to ‘respond’ by joining those who are doing the work.
So join us. We’ve still got a few tickets left, it’s only $5, and you still have time to invite that special someone for an evening that could change your life. We’re putting the call out there, the response is up to you. Get your tickets HERE.