The public is invited to attend the premiere performance of the Moorcroft Community Choir and drama group, which will be performing for the first time on Friday, March 30 at 7 p.m. at the Moorcroft Town Center. The choir, conducted by John Kirk of Gillette, will be singing in support of the drama, “The Living Last Supper”, which gets its name from the famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci.
Depicting the thoughts and concerns of Jesus’ disciples immediately after the moment when Jesus says, “One of you will betray me,” this drama will be performed by an interdenominational group of men from the community. There is no cost to attend this free Good Friday presentation in preparation for Easter Sunday.
This Interfaith Community Choir and drama group consists of local churches and individuals in the community united for the privilege of sharing God’s word in song and prayer. The churches represented are Cornerstone Ministries Church, Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints, Pine Ridge Community Church, First Presbyterian Church and St. Patrick’s Catholic Church.
In the past, the Interfaith Community has come together to conduct outdoor services and presentations during Jubilee Days and is seeking opportunities to support the local community by bringing the community together for family movie nights, community choir, suicide prevention training, A.L.I.C.E Training and inter-denominational worship opportunities such as the Christmas Nativity and Music Extravaganza presented last December and the upcoming Good Friday presentation.
Any individual in the community is invited to join the choir; you do not have to belong to a church in order to participate. It is the hope of the community choir to sing for the Moorcroft Jubilee Community Outdoor Service in July as well as one or two other times throughout the year.
If interested in joining, please contact Reverend Monte Reichenberg at the First Presbyterian Church.