The Promise of Passover
THE PROMISE will be celebrating the Resurrection of our Lord this year with THE PROMISE OF PASSOVER. This presentation is based on the original production that has been running in Glen Rose for 33 years, but for Easter Weekend, we are focusing on Passion Week, and the events that led to the Savior’s ultimate victory over sin and death. Told from the perspective of blind Bartimaeus, the audience will be introduced to the traditions of the Jewish home at Passover in an immersive experience that will take us back to Jerusalem at the time of Christ.
THE PROMISE OF PASSOVER
is the ultimate “sermon illustration” for your Easter Sunday services, community groups, and Sunday School classes!
The musical has been shortened from the original production, and for the convenience of young families, will start at 7:30 pm. Come early to experience Passover Meal demonstrations in our prayer tent, visit the Shepherd and the Sheepfold, and learn from the Potter’s Wheel. These events are included in our REDUCED TICKET PRICES. Save even more with groups of 15 or more.
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