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Judgment Seat returns for 2012

The Judgment Seat is back for another year! Shiloh Baptist Church in Somerville will be presenting an eight-scene walk-through drama Oct.29-Nov.1 from 6-10 p.m. The goal of this event is presenting the truth of God’s word in a creative and interesting way.

This is the 21st installment of The Judgment Seat. In the past 20 editions, over 35,000 people have experienced The Judgment Seat, the first of its kind in this area (founded 24 years ago). This event is a joint collaboration between the student ministry and the adults of Shiloh Baptist Church.

Admission to The Judgment Seat is free! No reservations are needed. We will be offering reservations for groups of 10 or more. Please contact our registration team leaders at 256-286-0509 to make reservations. Again, reservations are not required, just recommended for large groups.

We will have a place available in the waiting area set-up with movies and carpets for youth leaders or adults who will have to wait with small children while your group goes through the drama. This will not be childcare, only area set aside to help those who must wait with small children. Recommended age for The Judgment Seat is 10 and up.

Shiloh Shiloh Baptist Church is located on Hwy 36; 1/4 mile west of the intersection of Hwy 36 and 67. We are located approximately 10 miles east of Hartselle.

For additional information, contact Michael Walters,Minster of Students and The Judgment Seat Drama Director at 256-286-0509 or email at walters963@me.com or log on to www.thejudgmentseat.net.

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