Presentation will be held in the Village Food Court from 2 to 4 pm on Sat. June 4th.
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Dodge City Dinner Theater will screen a new film named "A Man Called Jon" in the Village Shops Food Court. We had the honor of screening their other 2 films ', "Steps of Faith" and "Hiding in Plain Sight" when we were on the Mountain.
This is their 3rd film and it looks really good. This will be a true screening so you will be asked to give some feedback for the film.
“A Man Called Jon” is a light-hearted dramedy about Pastor Jon Terrell Carson’s (Christian Heep-Steps of Faith) unusual style of worship. Jon’s church is very traditional and is not accustomed to outbursts during service. One day after embarrassing the church along with his family, Senior Pastor Stannum (Larry Jack Dotson-Bernie) decides to reach out to the Bishop requesting that Jon be assigned to a church more suited to his style of praise.
Jon and his family find themselves at an African American Church, where he is confronted by Associate Pastor Dickens, (Mathew Greer-Mad Money) who later informs him that he was sent to the wrong church due to a mix-up in paperwork. The Church's deaconess, Robyn Harris (Sharice Henry Chasi-Hiding in Plain Sight) becomes an ally trying to keep Jon at her church.
But church mother Sadie Johnson (Irma P. Hall-Big Mama from the Soul food movie) mistakes Jon for a Jehovah's witness and chases him from her home. Jon is moved to his third church where he again struggles to fit in. Will Jon be able to control his celebration or will he be moved for a fourth time?