At Music Workshop 2018, the Metter Primitive Baptist Church, with the help of members of others of our churches and regular Workshop attendees, presented the musical drama, A Picture of Calvary. This compelling account of the life, death and resurrection of our Lord, through dramatic portrayals of some who were with Him throughout His ministry and at the cross, was truly a blessing for those who attended.
Director of Music, Sister Becky Thrift of the Metter Church, directed our choir in several favorite sacred numbers, including “Behold Our God,” “Mary, Did You Know?” and “Were You There?” supported by the accompaniment of several of Workshop’s finest musicians.
This presentation is now available on DVD! If you are interested in obtaining a copy of this moving program, please contact Mark Simms via email or regular mail at:
117 Elliswood Drive Statesboro, GA 30458 – firstname.lastname@example.org – (770) 315-3433
Be sure to provide your mailing address! There is no charge for the DVD. However, if you can make a donation to help with the expense of producing this video, it will be greatly appreciated. Any amount, large or small, will be very helpful.
We want to express our deep and sincere appreciation to Angelique Harville and Chip Lane, who very generously volunteered to film this presentation. Angelique is a member of Lanes Primitive Baptist Church and plays the role of Mary Magdelene. She and her partner, Chip, have also provided video services for us in previous productions at Music Workshop.
They are owners of First City Films, a production company based in Savannah, GA. Their first feature film, Untouched, was recently distributed to Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and other video-on-demand markets. Chip and Angelique also cast for independent films and regional and national commercials. Together, they have co-written three screenplays and are developing several more.
Chip has written and directed several short films, produced several feature films and is a working actor, guest starring in popular films and television shows. Angelique is a full time actor in TV and film, producer and assistant director. As a 1st AD, she has worked on numerous feature films. Again, we thank them for their significant contributions in making this program available to you.
We also want to give special thanks to Brother Chris Chambers of the Statesboro Church for his many hours of diligent work in formatting and reproducing the DVD’s. Chris chairs the Technology Committee of the Workshop Board and we truly appreciate his dedication to this project and his tireless efforts to facilitate the technology needed each year during Workshop Week.
Let us hear from you if you’re interested in having a copy of A Picture of Calvary. We encourage you to take advantage of this offer and pray that you will be blessed by it!