Ronceverte Baptist Church to present cantata

RONCEVERTE (WVDN) – The Ronceverte Baptist Church Choir will present an Easter cantata on Monday, April 11, at 7 p.m.

This will be the first service in the Holy Week services sponsored by the Ronceverte Ministerial Association April 11-15.

The cantata, titled Love Took His Breath Away, will be presented again on Easter Sunday morning at 11 a.m.

This beautiful, moving cantata is directed by Sally Parker and narrated by Michelle Jones. The choir members are Ben Anderson, Susie Anderson, Sarah Baker, Jeanne Bostic, Janice Deem, Don Holliday, Richard Holliday, Michelle Jones, Tom Moretz, Susan Morgan, Doris Natzke, Dreama West, Karen West, and Angel Williams.

Located at the corner of Main Street and Locust Street, the Ronceverte Baptist Church pastor Roger McDaniel and congregation invite everyone to attend this celebration in song of our Savior’s Resurrection either at the beginning of Holy Week or on Easter Sunday morning.

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