Cast members from the play “A King is Coming to Town

Which king is coming? : New Life Church presents annual holiday show

The New Life Church is once again hosting the performance of “A King is Coming to Town.”

The New Life Church is once again hosting the performance of “A King is Coming to Town.”

The play’s setting is in a town called Rumors Mill where, you guessed it, rumors run rampant.

A sign is posted in the town square  that states a king is coming.

Some think it’s Elvis, the king of rock and roll.

Others believe it to be King Tut and some even suppose it is King Kong.

Eventually they realize the king is Jesus.

The event is sure to be fun for the whole family and everyone is invited to come down. Donations in the form of grocery gift certificates will be accepted.

There will be two showings of the production. The first showing will be at 6 p.m. on December 13 and again at 6 p.m. on December 14.


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