Worship centre shares ‘greatest story ever told’

Ashley Thompson
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Published on December 23, 2013

The Sound of Men choir offered their voices during “The Greatest Story Ever Told” production hosted at the Glad Tidings Worship Center Dec. 14.  Based on a telling of the first Christmas story, the show featured singing and acting.

Published on December 23, 2013

Pastor Stephen Williams, of Calvary United Baptist Church in Woods Harbour, helps his son, Aedan, light a candle during “The Greatest Story Ever Told” production hosted at the Glad Tidings Worship Center Dec. 14. 

Published on December 23, 2013

Shannon and John Zinck, of Windsor, perform O Holy Night at the Glad Tidings Worship Center Dec. 14. 

Published on December 23, 2013

Pastor Phil Williams, of Calvary United Baptist Church in Woods Harbour, narrates “The Greatest Story Ever Told,” a performance hosted at the Glad Tidings Worship Center Dec. 14. The performance, featuring the Sound of Men choir, plus singing and acting, was based on a telling of the first Christmas story. 

Published on December 23, 2013

Pastor Stephen Williams and his wife, Christianne, perform a duet for “The Greatest Story Ever Told,” a concert hosted at the Glad Tidings Worship Center Dec. 14. The performance, featuring the Sound of Men choir, plus singing and acting, was based on a telling of the first Christmas story. 

Pastor Phil Williams, of Calvary United Baptist Church in Woods Harbour, narrated “The Greatest Story Ever Told,” a performance hosted at the Glad Tidings Worship Center Dec. 14. The performance, featuring the Sound of Men choir, plus singing and acting, was based on a telling of the first Christmas story. 

Organizations: Baptist Church, Glad Tidings Worship Center

Geographic location: Woods Harbour, Windsor, Hants County Nova Scotia

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