God’s Outlaw The Story of William Tyndale

Watch a movie at Wareham Parish Hall

Watch a movie at Wareham Parish Hall


God’s Outlaw The Story of William Tyndale

Imagine it! A time in England when it was against the law to have the Bible in English, when even saying The Lords’s Prayer in English was prohibited.

Made in 1986, God’s Outlaw is a British historical film about William Tyndale. Directed by Tony Tew. Starring Rogers Rees as Tyndale and Keith Barron as Henry VIII.

William Tyndale (1494 – 1536) had a consuming passion to get the Bible into the hands of the common people. But that was against the law. Even the opposition of King Henry VII, Sir Thomas More, and Cardinal Wolsey couldn’t stop him. His cause was more important to Tyndale than life itself.

God’s Outlaw is true story about international politics, church intrigue, cold-blooded betrayal, and false justise ending in a criminal’s death. But it’s also about victorious faith and spiritual triumph over some of the greatest political and religious forces in the 16th century.

Watch the movie on these dates…

Friday 22nd March: 6.30 pm for refreshments, showing 7 pm

Saturday 23rd March: 2.30pm for refreshments, showing 3pm

Tickets £5.00 available from: The Parish Office & A F Joy, North Street



March 22, 2024



Wareham Quay
BH20 4LP
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