• Drama magnifies the resurrection to the community
By Linda Green

Jesus tells his Disciples at the Last Supper that one of them would betray him. Photo by Linda Green.

Christ’s resurrection was amplified and his crucifixion brought to life Saturday night to prepare the community for Easter Sunday.
A cast, comprised of ministers, deacons and members from churches in Thomson and from across the CSRA, sought to tell the Easter story in the modern vernacular and to answer questions about the resurrection story.
The community filled Thomson High School’s auditorium on Easter Eve to see “Resurrection Amplified,” a play that was more than a gospel production.
It was a vehicle to promote Christian unity and fellowship and highlight a Christian tenet—the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

To read more on this story, see the Wed., April 3, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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