Christian Voices next play will be performed this May (2017) at six locations.
Teacher in the Temple tells the story of Joseph and Mary taking the young Jesus to the Temple for Passover. The pilgrimage to Jerusalem gives us an insight into how the Christ-Child may have interacted with the people he meets.
Then, of course, any parent’s worst nightmare. Your child goes missing. How would you react? What if you knew your child was the Messiah?
Teacher in the Temple will be performed at the following locations:
- Saturday, 6th May, 3:00pm, Sackville Road Methodist Church
- Sunday, 7th May, 3:00pm, St. Barnabas Church
- Monday, 8th May, 7:45pm, St. Martha’s Church, Little Common
- Friday, 12th May, 7:45pm, Christchurch Methodist Church
- Saturday, 13th May, 3:00pm, Ninfield Methodist Church Hall
- Sunday, 14th May, 9:45am, St. Peter’s Community Centre, Bexhill
For this production we are very pleased to introduce our new songwriter Temi Adeyemi. Temi is very welcome and she is joined by our founder and regular scriptwriter Alan Young.
Entrance is free but any donations received after each performance will be in aid of Contact the Elderly, whose excellent work “dedicated to tackling loneliness and social isolation among older people” is both worthy and something I am sure we all can relate to. Contact the Elderly is a national charity with a significant local presence. Apart from the social benefits, Contact the Elderly also point out:
“Increasingly, research highlights the link between loneliness and ill-health in later life, including depression, certain heart conditions and even Alzheimer’s disease.“
Contact the Elderly is a registered charity in England and Wales (1146149) and in Scotland (SC039377).