Free outdoor movies offered next weekend at two Allegany County locations

Allegany County area residents will have opportunities next weekend to watch free movies while enjoying the outdoors.

Nationally-acclaimed films by the Kendrick Brothers will be presented Friday and Saturday nights, starting at dusk, at sites in Rushford and Friendship under auspices of area churches.

  • Overcomer can be viewed on Friday, July 5, at the Rushford Fire Department, 8911 Upper Street, hosted by Caneadea Hills Community Church of Fillmore.

    The film explores mentoring issues encountered by a high school basketball church who is asked to take over the cross-country program, where he finds a troubled teen.

    Further information is available at or (716) 225-9312.

  • War Room will be screened the following night, Saturday, July 6, at Island Park, 27 West Water Street (County Road 31), in Friendship, hosted by the What God is DoingTM in Friendship ny alliance of churches.

    The movie highlights how a wife learns to use prayer and faith from an older prayed up women to put her family back together.

    Further information is available at or (585) 664-9989.

The films are screened by a missionary couple who are part of Drive-In Ministries, which started showing Christian movies outdoors in Prattville, AL.

The organization now has several mobile units and also has expanded into seven other countries.

Story reported from What God is DoingTM in Allegany County ny group Facebook page.