"The Social Dilemma" Screening
We’re hosting a Netflix® watch party on March 4!
Produced by Jeff Orlowski and written by Orlowski, Davis Coombe, and Vickie Curtis, The Social Dilemma is a 2020 documentary exploring the human impact of social networking. Come watch with us and then join in a discussion facilitated by J. Douglas Harrison and centered on the question: What does faith have to do with it? We’ll explore the implications of The Social Dilemma for our ministries and relationships.
Netflix Watch Party: 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Facilitated Discussion: 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Requirements for viewing:
*Zoom link (included with instructions for the party and conversation in your registration confirmation email)
*Netflix® account (or a two-week free trial account) to join the watch party
*Install the Netflix® Party Chrome Extension
*Once you have the Netflix® Teleparty extension installed on your computer, be sure to pin it to the top of your Chrome toolbar following the instructions here.
Recommended for: clergy, lay persons, chaplains, and anyone interested in the impact of social media on our spiritual lives
Attendance is limited to 45 participants. There is no cost for this screening, but registration is required:
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J. Douglas Harrison is a spiritual director, artist, ethics professor, and "Burner" culture enthusiast. He also has a day job. He is passionate about helping others discover their own giftedness. Doug is a Benedictine "oblate," which means he does his best to live the Rule of St. Benedict in his daily life. You can connect with Doug at The Outpatient Monk.