Heaven Bound, an African American folk drama that portrays the struggles and pitfalls of a group of pilgrims striving to reach the gates of heaven, was first performed on February 17, 1930, at the Big Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Atlanta. It was hailed soon after as "the first great American folk drama" by the Theatre Guild and has been performed annually ever since. This year's performances are on November 9 and 10, Big Bethel A.M.E. Church, Atlanta,  7 p.m.  For reservations call 404-827-9707  - this is the correct number

The Story of Heaven Bound; its history and legacy.

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As containment of COVID-19 forces your worshiping community to implement 'shelter in place' worship and practice social isolation, the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship offers these resources to help you plan and cope in ways that encourage and support your community.


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