Act Four :: Is it really heaven, if it means letting go of treasured passions?
What happens when the inhabitants of hell are given a day to explore the outskirts of paradise? Our own readers dramatize selections from CS Lewis' imaginative work The Great Divorce, exposing the ways we resist God’s truth and love. Click the image for more.
Act Five :: Can the misery of the damned prevent the joy of the saints?
Is it she, Lewis wonders, the Queen of Heaven, led in great procession?! “Not at all,” MacDonald responds. “Her name on earth was Sarah Smith and she lived at Golders Green.” A sacrificing wife appeals to her sulking husband, begging him to release his mask of victimhood to share in the pleasures that are now hers.
It is not necessary to read the book ahead of time, however for those who wish to do so, Act One is taken from Chapter 12-14.
6p Final Week :: DINNER PROVIDED!
The dinner begins at 6p, followed by the program in the south transept at 6.50. Children and youth will depart from there to their own programs downstairs, and we’ll all wrap up at 7.45. Nursery opens at 6.40.