Letter from The Team
The Production of a Passion Play in Bath
on Good Friday 2020
Firstly, thank you to those who were able to attend the meeting on the 12th February at St Michael’s Without to discuss the possibility of bringing the passion play to Bath on Good Friday 2020 it was so encouraging to meet those of you who were there. Also thank you to those who have said to us since that your church would like to be involved – there seems to be a good sense of anticipation and excitement across the city already with this which we thank God for.
People will undoubtedly want to come to your church on the Sunday as a direct result of what they have seen on the Friday so can I encourage you to be part of the conversation.
Our next meeting will be on Thursday 23rd May 2019@ 7:30pm. St. Michael’s Without have kindly offered to host this again.
This will be a gathering of any and all interested people and there will be opportunity on that occasion for round-table discussion particular to your area of interest (technical, admin or creative). We will also be giving out our volunteer packs which will give more specific information etc.
As a reminder to those of you who were at the meeting and an indication for those who were not able to manage, by way of action points, I have laid out below the 5 P’s that we spoke about. If you have anything further to add on any of these points it would be great to hear from you.
Also look out for the promotional video and flyers that are being produced which we would love you to play during your Easter services this year if possible.
Asking & mobilising your congregation and prayer network to cover and pray into specific aspects leading up to and during the event.
Including information about this in your church notices and newsletters to raise awareness and attract people to become involved. Please forward this email to people who you think may be interested in getting involved.
We would really love to have your church represented on the project and so encouraging people to serve using their gifts on our organisation team as well as others to potentially perform or serve on the day would be amazing.
Your church having a presence on the day through its people is important, but we would also love you to see the project as an opportunity for city unity and mission. Encouraging your congregation to invite friends to see it could help change lives.
It’s a big vision and it has a budget (around £30,000), could your church consider giving to this mission to help engage with and reach our city? Would you have an opportunity to take up a special offering at a service around Easter week?
you all once again.
In his name and for his service,
Kenny (on behalf of the OGF 2020 group)
- 50 Brookfield Park
- BA1 4JJ