CHURCH KNOCKS'EM DEAD WITH FIRST NIGHT OF PRODUCTION
Sanger, Texas – October 25, 2016 – Local church breaks all records in attendance during their opening-weekend performances of this season’s Hell House production, according to production Director, Karen Sprabary.
Now in its fourth consecutive season, this year brings an all new storyline to the Waters Edge Fellowship’s (formerly known as Christ the Great Shepherd Church) presentation of, Hell House. Karen explains, “We have completely modified the entire ‘Hell House’ experience. From the actual drama and stories, to the physical layout of our facilities, everything has changed. So we are encouraging everyone to visit us for this upcoming weekend. Even if they’ve seen the production in the past, this year it’s all new and over the top.” According to reviews from visitors that have seen Hell House annually, following the record-breaking opening weekend, this is the church’s “best effort yet”.
Hell House presents real life events, set to a modern-day “haunted house” type experience. Because of the controversial nature of the presentation, the production is best suited for ages 14 and up without parental supervision.
Hell House will run Friday, October 28, 2016, 7PM to 10PM; Saturday, October 29, 2016, 7PM to 11PM; and Sunday, October 30, 2016 7PM to 10PM at Waters Edge Fellowship located at 3003 Belz Rd., Sanger, TX.
More information about Hell House, including an official trailer video, can be found on the website of Waters Edge by visiting www.watersedgefellowship.com. Visitors that register their e-mail address on the Waters Edge website can receive $1.00 off the regular $9.00 admission by presenting the registration confirmation at the door.
LOCAL CHURCH MAKING BIG WAVES
A local church membership has announced a major progression towards their future endeavors. Christ the Great Shepherd Church announced Sunday, October 2, 2016, that they have officially changed the organizational name to Waters Edge Fellowship, also known as Waters Edge. This monumental announcement comes on the heels of the installation of their new pastors, and natives of Sanger Texas, Chad and Jennifer Stephenson. In conjunction with the name change, Waters Edge has adjusted the scheduled times of worship. The fellowship will now meet on Sunday mornings at 11AM and Wednesday evenings at 6PM. Pastor Chad said, “We are beyond excited about this brand new season at Waters Edge. We are refocusing our vision with a more modern and youthful approach, and anticipating what God is about to do.”
Christ the Great Shepherd Church had become widely known for their theatrical production, “Hell House”, at the end of every October. Waters Edge will continue with that annual tradition this month, but with a completely remodeled layout and overhauled storylines. For more information about Waters Edge, or their production of “Hell House”, please visit their official website at www.watersedgefellowship.com.