A couple issues ago the Century ran an article
by Matt Fitzgerald of Wellesley Hills UCC in Massachusetts, a church
approached by a movie studio that needed a space rental to shoot an
upcoming Adam Sandler movie.
When Hollywood came calling
According to my understanding of congregational polity, a pastor has the authority to turn down money. But not this much money.
Rarely does blatant commercial hypocrisy sit so close to artistic excellence as was the case at the Hollywood screening of Stanley Kubrick's final film, Eyes Wide Shut.
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