Local Church Play Tackles Columbine Tragedy from a Spiritual Angle

Most of us are aware of the events that happened on April 20, 1999 at Columbine High School. Fifteen people (twelve students, one teacher, and the two shooters) were killed and twenty-four others were injured. It was one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history. It happened because of two high school seniors who made a choice about God that would not only impact their lives but the lives of others.
After the tragedy, Colorado native Dick Lentz was moved to view this tragedy from a spiritual standpoint and wrote the Christian drama “It’s Not Too Late”. “This play is about choices, especially the choice about God,” Lentz said. “It shows what can happen when a person turns their back on God and gives in to what lies within. For some, it’s too late to take a different path in life. But for the rest of us, it’s not too late.”
The moving play will be performed at Revere Free Methodist Church (140 Ash Street Uledi, PA 15484) on April 19 (the night before the 15th anniversary of the Columbine tragedy) at 6:00pm. Admission to see this show is free! Director Earl Christopher and his cast and crew have been working very hard to make this production the best it can be and more, so come out and support us. You won’t be disappointed!

Turn on the road next to the Uledi post office by Route 21.

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