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Ambrose Thankful for Opportunity to Portray Jesus in ‘The Cross, The Crown’

By LORETTA FULTON In his first Easter production at Pioneer Drive Baptist church, Reed Ambrose aimed high. All the way to the top, in fact. He’s playing the role of Jesus in the upcoming “The Cross, The Crown,” which will be staged at the Abilene Convention Center Wednesday-Saturday, April 5-8. The public is invited to the productions. The four presentations

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Community Invited to ‘The Cross, The Crown’

By LORETTA FULTON “The Cross, The Crown: An Easter Worship Experience” will be presented April 5-8 at the Abilene Convention Center. The public is invited to the productions, courtesy of Pioneer Drive Baptist Church. The four presentations are free, but tickets are required by calling the church at 692-6776 or by emailing music@pioneerdrive.org Presentations will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday

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‘The Cross, The Crown’ Presented by Pioneer Drive Baptist Church

The Celebration Choir and Orchestra of Pioneer Drive Baptist Church will present “The Cross, The Crown” in two parts at the Abilene Convention Center. Part 1, “The Cross” will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, April 15. Part 2, “The Crown,” will begin at 10:30 a.m. Easter Sunday, April 17. Both parts will be presented at the Convention Center, 1100 N.

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By DANNY MINTON Our “church” has decided that we will meet this Easter Sunday. I expect that several hundred families will join each other in worshiping the resurrection of our Lord and Savior. We will sing together, pray together, and have communion together. We will listen to a timely lesson from our pulpit minister and welcome all who have joined

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By GRACE SOSA For me, and I’m sure for many people, this will be the first Easter Sunday of my life that I will not be in church. Of course, we will watch our church’s service at home, but something will definitely be different. I have found much comfort in going through the COVID-19 epidemic during the season of Lent.

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By LORETTA FULTON Saturday morning, the day before Palm Sunday, was miserable. Cold and rainy, a perfect complement to the misery inflicted on society by the coronavirus pandemic. Traffic was light down Sayles Boulevard and onto South Seventh Street, to the parking lot of the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest. Even if the weather had been warm and sunny,

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