Community Events

The Open Door

WHERE
Tacoma Christian Center, 3523 E McKinley Ave, Tacoma
WHEN
Saturday, October 13, 2012 to Sunday, October 28, 2012
TIME
Sats and Suns, 7pm; add'l performance on 10/27 at 3pm

A thought-provoking play that reveals eternal consequences resulting from the choices we make. An epic dramatization which provides a peek into the supernatural world that surrounds us. There is a door that leads to an existence outside of this natural world. One day each of us will exit via that door. The final destination is up to you.

 The Choice is Yours !

 Description: Vern and Marilyn Crenshaw are a dysfunctional couple struggling after an auto accident caused by Vern Sr leaves their son crippled. Vern Jr. and his wife Alisha live with Vern Sr and Marilyn while adjusting to his disabilities. Each member of the family chooses how to cope. Vern is an alcoholic and has become an abusive husband tormented by the results of the auto accident.  Marilyn, Vern’s wife is consumed by self-pity. She is angry by what has happened to her son and unwilling to let it go. The home is plagued by demons assigned to the Crenshaw household.  The demons have been ordered to bring the Crenshaw family to ruin.  Alisha’s parents Pastor & Brenda Hearns intervene under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

 The Open Door is based on Ephesians 6:12 and reveals the world of spiritual influence and the eternal consequences resulting from the choices we make. There is an invisible war being waged over the souls of mankind.

 Event Admission Fee (if any): Tickets are $6.00 at the church- $7.00 on line at tacomachristiancenter.org or $8 at the door the night of production.  

 Event Sponsor: Tacoma Christian Center

 Phone Number: (253) 272-6079

 Web Site: http://www.tacomachristiancenter.org

 Public Email: tacomachristiancenter@comcast.net

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