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Trail to the Empty Tomb

Trail to the Empty Tomb – New Market Baptist Church in New Market, TN will have its annual Trail to Empty Tomb. This presentation is during Holy Week. Starting on Thursday (Maundy Thursday); Friday (Good Friday) to Saturday and even Sunday, the day of the Resurrection. Jesus arose the third day after the crucifixion.

Make plans to see this Easter Drive-Thru Drama presentation at New Market Baptist Church in New Market, TN … April 18 & 19, 2019 from 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Trail to the Empty Tomb

In 2012, was my first time going. We went with our Bible Study. We went to New Market Baptist Church to see their Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama. We also watched the movie Apostle Peter Last Supper. That was a great movie and a must see! Below are a few of the pictures taken from the 2012 presentation.

I think it was a very good production.

You drive through to each scene. They give you a CD to listen to as you go from scene to scene. New Market Baptist Church does this every year during the Holy Week of Easter (Resurrection). If you don’t have a CD player in the car, they will loan you a boom box so you can still hear the message. The message of Jesus’s life; His Death; His Burial and His Resurrection.

I highly recommend that you go to this.

I plan to try to go see this again. I believe I have gone a few times since 2012.

This is a free event!

They do take up a love offering, but you do not have to give, but if you felt led to give, please do so. Some come discover the trail that pathway that leads to the death, burial and resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ.

Pictures

Crucifixion, a picture from New Market Baptist Church, Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama.
Crucifixion, a picture from New Market Baptist Church, Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama.
Sealed Tomb a picture from New Market Baptist Church, Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama.
Sealed Tomb a picture from New Market Baptist Church, Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama.
Empty Tomb, a picture from New Market Baptist Church, Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama.
Empty Tomb, a picture from New Market Baptist Church, Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama.
Jesus is Alive, a picture from New Market Baptist Church, Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama.
Jesus is Alive, a picture from New Market Baptist Church, Trail to Empty Tomb Drive-Thru Easter Drama.

First Published April 6, 2012. Last updated or republished April 1, 2019.

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Steve Patterson

My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. I listen to nothing but Christian Music. I work as a graphic designer.

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  1. Glad you enjoyed The Trail To The Empty Tomb. This was our 15th year.

    Becky Finley, Director of The Trail at NMBC

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