Wintershall are unable to perform the traditional Life of Christ play this year due to the impact of Covid. However, they are instead able to offer a new experience, 'Walking the Parables of Jesus'.
You will be able to immerse yourself in the beauty of Wintershall, enjoy watching the stories that Jesus told, dramatised in short, captivating scenes and take time to reflect on what these might mean for us today, in our changing world. There are 5 parable scenes and the audience walks from scene to scene.
The performances will be on from Monday 28 June — Saturday 3 July 2021.
Details can be found on the attached flyer and for booking go to https://www.wintershall.org.uk/walking-parables-jesus
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