VALENTINE’S DAY, 269 A.D.–THE END OF THE BEGINNING

February 18, 2015 by in Uncategorized

IMG_9293It’s not too early to plan for Valentine’s weekend in 2016 at your church! My play VALENTINE’S DAY, 269 A.D.—THE END OF THE BEGINNING was produced at First Presbyterian Church in Bonita Springs, Florida on Valentine’s weekend this year. The play provided the pastor the opportunity to preach on the Christian history of the holiday, its meaning today, and the various forms of love. At the end of the play, little children approached the stage and handed Valentine (in prison) small pieces of papers with Christian symbols on them. For Valentine these messages provided great comfort as he awaited his fate. I also had similar pieces of papers given to each of the congregation as they arrived at the church. These messages to Valentine in the third century were the original Valentine cards!

This play was performed at First Presbyterian Church in Bonita Springs, FL to an audience of over 3000. Want the play for your church or school? Click here for an easy download.

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