Norma Rae (1979)
Vernon Weddle: Reverend Hubbard
Norma Rae Webster : How long I been comin' to this church, Reverend?
Reverend Hubbard : Since you were a little girl.
Norma Rae Webster : That's right. I accepted Christ when I was six years old, didn't I? Well, would you call me a good Christian?
Reverend Hubbard : With a lapse or two, I'd say so.
Norma Rae Webster : 'With a lapse or two.' Would you call yourself a good Christian?
Reverend Hubbard : That's for the Lord to say.
Norma Rae Webster : I want this church for a union meetin' next Saturday. Blacks and whites sittin' together.
Reverend Hubbard : This is a house of God.
Norma Rae Webster : I'm waitin' to see whether it is or it isn't.
Reverend Hubbard : You're comin' mighty close to blasphemy.
Norma Rae Webster : I've come here and said I sinned and I'm sorry, and I asked for God to forgive me. I wanna see what this church stands for. I wanna see if you'll stand up and say there oughta be justice, a union, and if you're smitten, rise and the Lord'll be on your side. And if you don't, then I say there ain't nothin' good for me in that church, and I'm gonna leave it flat.
Reverend Hubbard : We're gonna miss your voice in the choir, Norma.
Norma Rae Webster : You're gonna hear it raised up someplace else.