Heavenly Match

Theatrical Release: October 24, 2014


Network Premiere Friday, October 24th at 9 PM ET on UPtv – “Heavenly Match” is a charming, uplifting romantic comedy about 30-year-old minister Casey Hart, who is faced with fork-in-the road decisions with both her career in the ministry and her love life.

Dove Review

“Heavenly Match” is a movie for the whole family. It presents the comical and dramatic troubles of a female minister named Casey. She has the calling, or does she? Her life is not going as she thought it would or should. She believes she should change careers and become a lawyer. Her mind is made up until an unforeseen event happens and makes her question her decision.

Life as a minister is not always easy, especially when you are an unmarried female pastor who became the senior minister at the unexpected retirement of the pastor. As she wonders if she is doing anything right in her life, two close friends try to help her through this challenge. She even tries to get help from the one person she considers her mentor. But Sara gives Casey something to thing about: “That fear is the opposite of faith,” and making a commitment to God means having faith and trust in Him along with yourself. This story is a charming one about being called to serve God, along with the personal challenges of being a minister. The film considers the question of whether you can be sure of anything in your life if you are wrong about God’s calling for you, and offers other good life lessons as well. We are proud to award this faith-friendly movie with the Dove Family Approved Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Couple kiss.
Language: OG-1, all references to God, Jesus and Christ are in reverence; Hell as a place.
Violence: None
Drugs: Champagne and wine drunk at reception and in a bar scene; ministers are seen drinking wine; hospital scene of a dying woman with IVs.
Nudity: None
Other: Woman is stealing offering money and lies about it; accusing someone of something they did not do; forgiveness and telling the truth about feelings; woman minister.


Company: Uplifting Entertainment
Director: Michael Scott
Producer: Harvey Kahn
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 90 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe