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Local Church Play Continues to Fill Seats

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  Original Published: 4/20/2014

Woodville Grace Brethren Church in Mansfield premiered their second in-house play over the weekend. The show sold out every ticket they had both Friday night and Saturday night, and may continue selling out into Sunday night on Easter.

"This is actually the death and resurrection of Christ from the Angels' perspective," said David Lewis, the Church's Drama Ministry Director. "We mesh biblical truth with entertainment without compromising or violating what The Word directly says," said Lewis.

Proceeds from the show's ticket sales will go to the Central African Republic to help provide for food and supplies. For more information, visit http://www.woodvillegbc.com.

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