November 24, 2019
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
15800 Manchester Road
Join us for this year’s Family Forward Movie event!
Doors open at 3:00pm | Activities, photo-ops and raffle start at 3:00pm | Movie begins at 4:00pm
Free/Donation: We are proud to assist Bryan Hill Elementary as they provide a Christmas Toy Shop for their families! As part of your admission, please bring new and unwrapped toys to help support their needs.
- Toys for kids age 4-10
- $10-25 value
- Please no guns, knives, or other toys that resemble weapons
Feature Film: On the large screen in the church Sanctuary, families will experience the newly released animated film Toy Story 4. Special environmental lighting and theatrical effects will enhance this experience during the film. (Rated G)
Cut-Out Character Photo Ops: Bring your camera to take a picture with your all your favorite and new Toy Story 4 cut-out characters before the movie.
Free Raffle Prizes: Don’t forget to sign up to win the newly released Toy Story 4 movie on DVD+Blue-Ray or one of the large cardboard cut-out character displays. Winners will be announced before the movie.
Activity Pages: Get ready for the movie by coloring some of your favorite movie character activity pages.
Food & Drink: Stop by the concession stand to pick up your free popcorn and water or purchase your favorite boxed movie candy before the movie starts. Food and drinks are permitted in the Sanctuary for this event.
‘Hit the Road Early’ and be among the first to see this newly released feature film on our large theater-sized screen!
Toy Story 4
G – Animated Comedy
TOY STORY 4 begins with a flashback to a rainy night nine years earlier, during which Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) and a crop of Andy’s toys work to save RC from being swept away by the storm. Later that same night, Andy’s little sister, Molly, gives her porcelain Bo Peep (Annie Potts) and sheep away. Woody tries to save Bo, but she’s actually fine with being passed along to another child, so the two say goodbye. Fast-forward to the toys’ current home with rising kindergartner Bonnie (Madeleine McGraw). Although Woody isn’t one of Bonnie’s favorite toys (she prefers Jessie), he stows away in her backpack to comfort her through school orientation, where he helps her make a special toy: a spork with googly eyes, pipe cleaner arms, and popsicle stick feet whom she names “Forky.” Forky (Tony Hale) unexpectedly comes to life, but, despite Woody’s explanations, he believes he’s trash and keeps trying to throw himself in the garbage. While the family is on a road trip, Forky flees, Woody follows to get him back, and the two bond as they make their way back to Bonnie. But the plan goes sideways when Woody sees Bo Peep’s lamp on display in an antique store, and Forky ends up being held hostage by 1950s baby doll Gabby Gabby (Christina Hendricks), who has designs on Woody’s vintage voice box
Want to be a part of this fun-filled family afternoon experience?