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Enderby Chapel shares Easter story

The Biblical story of Nicodemus and Jesus is reenacted in the play This is the Way at the Enderby Evangelical Chapel Easter Sunday.

The Biblical story of Nicodemus and Jesus is about to be reenacted when the Enderby Evangelical Chapel presents the musical-drama, This is the Way, on Easter Sunday.

Penned and directed by Enderby’s Gerty Shipmaker,   a 12-member cast  dramatizes the story of Nicodemus, a Pharisee who was a member of the Jewish ruling council.

As told in John 3:1-10 of the Bible, Nicodemus paid a secret visit to Jesus, and was told that to enter the kingdom of God, one must be born again.

Nicodemus became a follower of Christ, and went with Joseph of Arimathaea to take down and embalm the body of Jesus after his crucifixion.

Besides the dramatization of  Nicodemus  and Jesus meeting, This is the Way features the Enderby chapel children’s choir, under the direction of Ruth Anne MacKnee, and includes numerous vocal and instrumental solos.

The Enderby Evangelical Chapel is located at 706 Mill Ave. The play takes place Sunday, March 27 at 10:30 a.m.