Resources for Quartet

Resources to help Christians engage with the hit film Quartet have been made available by Damaris Trust.

The film was released on DVD, Blu-ray and to download on 6 May and the free resources come with discussion starters and other ideas suitable for home groups, services and outreach events.

"Hans Christian Andersen said, 'Where words fail, music speaks.' That's certainly the experience of many," says Damaris Trust's Kate Laver.

"And the official resources we have created to accompany Quartet will help people to listen to what music might tell us about love, loss, life, hope, fun and fulfilment – all illustrated by the characters in this delightful and inspirational film,"

There is also a Quartet gardening set up for grabs. For your chance to win tell us the name of the Scottish comedian who plays a starring role in Quartet. Email your answers to info@christiantoday.co.uk with "Competition" in the subject heading.

To download Damaris Trust's free resources visit www.damaris.org/quartet

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