ASMR - "Love Free or Die" Documentary Features Bishop Gene Robinson April 27

In June 2003, an historic event occurred that rocked religious communities
throughout the world. New Hampshire’s Episcopal Church elected a gay
priest, Gene Robinson, as Bishop. Almost immediately this action was
challenged and denounced as profane and because of death threats, Bishop
Robinson was forced to wear a bullet-proof vest at his consecration.

The award-winning documentary, “Love Free or Die" chronicles Bishop Robinson
’s ministry for 2008-2010. The film will have its first New Hampshire
opening on Friday, April 27, 7pm at St. James Episcopal Church, 44 West
Street, Keene, NH. In January 2012, the movie debuted at the Sundance Film
Festival and won the Agency of Change Award, Special Jury Prize.

The film follows Bishop Robinson as he travels from New Hampshire to London
and around the U.S. carrying a message of love for all God's people.
Ultimately, this film is the story of change and how the church and society
can move towards inclusiveness and equality.

The inspirational story of Bishop Gene Robinson is free and open to the
public. For more information, contact the church office at 603-352-1019 or
Bridget Hansel 357-3656. Sponsored by St James Social Justice Ministry and
Monadnock Live Free and Equal Coalition. Refreshments provided.