Parkview to present telling of The Story
Special to The Herald
The Music and Worship Ministries of Parkview Church of God will be undertaking their most ambitious telling of the Easter story on March 30 and 31.
On Easter weekend the Celebration Choir, Drama Ministry and Banner Ministry of Parkview will present “The Story,” a truly amazing and visual re-creation of God’s story from the Genesis account of the Creation to the Revelation account of the Return of Jesus Christ.
In this ever-more-secular culture, people are asking such questions as, “What is the point of Easter?” and “Why do you Christians make such a ‘big deal’ about the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ?” Others are questioning, “What relevance does this Jesus have in my own life?”
Parkview will seek to answer these difficult questions through the power of music and drama, presented with passion and excellence. Choir members, solos, dramatists, readers, Parkview instrumentalists and guest musicians, authentic scenery and costumes, and other visuals will bring “The Story” to life.
Pastor Ken Lynch and Elouise Coleman, Music and Worship Leader of Parkview, invite the public to attend one or both of the Easter presentations. The first telling is Saturday, Mar. 30, 6:30 p.m., in the sanctuary located at 1750 Highway 16-East, in Yazoo City .
A repeat performance can be viewed on Sunday, Mar. 31, at 10:30 a.m.
There is no admission fee and tickets are not required.