‘Christspiracy’ screenings to benefit VegRehoboth start March 22

March 15, 2024

The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and VegRehoboth, starting Friday, March 22, will present special screenings of “Christspiracy,” a documentary and investigation that will change the way viewers think about faith, ethics and humans’ relationship with creation. A portion of the proceeds will benefit VegRehoboth.

The film begins with two daring filmmakers who embark on a global quest sparked by the not-so-simple question, "Is there a spiritual way to kill an animal," and along the way discover the biggest cover-up in the last 2,000 years. For five years, filmmakers Kip Andersen and Kameron Waters traveled around the world, hopping from Rome to Jerusalem, Oxford to India, interviewing everyone from renowned theologians and archeologists to Christian farmers and Indigenous shamans – all to reveal a massive cover-up.

Tara Sheldon of VegRehoboth said, "We often think because something has always been, that it is inevitable it will always be. This film teaches us another reason why that simply isn't the case – our beliefs may be confined by misperceived or misconceived notions. Gaining a broader understanding may very well lead to new behaviors."

Admission is a flat fee of $15 per person and $5 for students, with student tickets only available at the box office.

For screening times and dates, and to purchase tickets, go to or visit the box office from 12 to 8 p.m., Wednesday to Friday. 


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