LARGO - The Rachel-Lydia Circle of St. Paul United Methodist church is proud to present their 3rd annual Dessert Theatre on Sunday, March 4, at 3 p.m. Dramatist, Mac MacConnell stars in "Forever Changed."
Mac MacConnell is an experienced actor and story teller who has acted in 500 performances for nearly a half-million people. He has performed in schools, prisons, youth camps, retreats and churches. Mac, in "Forever Changed," shows an intriguing look into the background of a man vertically-challenged and spiritually depressed. This man, called Zacchaeus, is a nice Jewish boy who grows up to be a despised tax collector. This portrayal is more than a parable, greater than a lesson. It is a story of a forgettable life that is changed dramatically when he meets the Messiah . . . a life "Forever Changed."
Tickets are available in the Church office. Donations of $10 per ticket are being requested with the proceeds benefiting Rachel-Lydia's Children's Pediatric Missions. This year's recipient will be The Children's Center at Sabal Palms.
The public is invited to attend and enjoy scrumptious desserts (sugar-free desserts will be available), and wonderful fellowship, while seeing a funny, dramatic and touching show.