Coffee Hour Featuring Weekly Discussions About “Forgiveness” Starts Oct. 16


The documentary “FORGIVENESS: a time to love & a time to hate” was produced by Helen Whitney. The film was broadcast on PBS and was greeted with acclaim.

Helen Whitney is an American producer, director and writer of documentaries and feature films that have aired on PBS, HBO, ABC and NBC. She is a Peabody award winner, an Oscar nominee, received the Humanities Prize, the Emmy, the DuPont-Columbia Journalism Award, The Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Journalism, The Director’s Guild Award, the Writers Guild Award and many other recognitions for her work.

Helen is a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, and has presented her films and lectured at universities, museums and churches and seminaries around the country (including Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Pomona, Claremont, Brigham Young, Stanford, the National Cathedral, the Corcoran Gallery, the Minneapolis Art Institute, Wesley Seminary, Union Theological Seminary). She delivered the freshman address twice at Flagler College. She has also presented the endowed Luce Lecture at Boston University, The Lana Schwebel Memorial Lecture in Religion and Literature at Yale, and the William Belden Noble Lectures at Harvard University.

Please come and enjoy coffee, tea, juice, and breakfast breads.

To learn more about Helen Whitney, click here.