Baptist Church to show Pilate play

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Fraserburgh Baptist Church will this month host a play exploring the life of one the bibles most controversial figures.

“Pilate, Man of Mistakes and Missed Opportunities” will show across seven different venues in the North East including the Fraserburgh Baptist Church on Victoria street.

Pontius Pilate, Governor of Judea for 10 tumultuous years has returned to Rome, his career over.

The man who judged Jesus is now under judgement himself. He has time to reflect on his decisions, the mistakes he made that led to conflict and loss of life, and time to reflect on the time he spent with Jesus.

This is a new play exploring the life of Pilate, the man who made the decision to send Jesus to the cross.

The play will also be performed in Aberdeen, Dyce, Banchory, Stonehaven, Ellon and Inverurie.

Doors for the Fraserburgh performance Open at 7:00pm and the Performance Starts at 7:30pm and finishes at 8:30pm.

Tea and Coffee will be served afterwards until close of the evening at 9:15 pm.

The event is free with an offering taken on the evening to help cover the costs of the tour and also the upcoming Passion Play to be held over the Easter weekend in 2016.

There is a posting for all dates in the new North East Christian Diary.

Please feel free to explore further at www.christiandiary.net.