Over the last six years, we have come together as a body of disciples testifying of our beloved Savior, Jesus Christ. It has been miraculous to watch individuals from more than 50 churches come together year after year to rehearse and perform this sacred music. We have seen our community respond with enthusiasm and love and we, too, have been richly blessed and strengthened through our connection with one another.
I have loved this Easter tradition, and each year I have been prayerful in considering if it should continue. This year, I worked closely with several individuals who have been extremely involved in Lamb of God for many seasons, who have cherished their experiences, and would love to see the production continue. After counseling together, and much prayer, we have felt the need to take a rest for the 2020 season to better organize and restructure Lamb of God in a way that is sustainable for years to come.
As you can imagine – and some of you have seen firsthand – it takes a monumental effort of time, human resources, and money to organize a successful production every year. Usually, it is accomplished with the help of a small team of volunteers who dedicate countless hours. To confidently move forward with a production in 2021 and beyond, we need more support from all of you – many hands make light work!
Please take some time to consider what Lamb of God means to you and how you are willing to contribute. We hope that Lamb of God will return in the spring of 2021 with your help and the support of the community.
This decision has not been easy, and I am sure it will feel disappointing to many of you. Please know that we love the Lord, we love the story and message of this beautiful music, and we dearly love each of you. We invite you to join us as we work together to create a structure that will allow Lamb of God to continue blessing our lives and the lives of those in our community.
Jen Randall, Director
"What unfolded was a miraculous coming together of music... all orchestrated to perfection by the Holy Spirit."
"Inspired. Enchanted. The most beautiful music I’ve ever heard."
"This work has the power and beauty to inspire, overwhelm and sweep away."
To count and measure and assess the impact of Lamb of God is our small but heartfelt effort to connect with the power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ. (Ephesians 3:18)
number one promise
breathless moments beginning to end
number one emotion
hearts touched by performances
collective minutes spent in rehearsals
depth of cast commitment
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