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14th annual CHAOS Youth Theater this weekend

By Candice Carter for the Salisbury Post

LANDIS— The 14th annual CHAOS Youth Theater, “Connected,” is March 7 and 8 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Landis. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. on Saturday. An encore performance of “Connected” will be held on Sunday, March 8 at 4 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church. This year’s theme is “Connected.”

We live in a world where people are always connected to some form of social media or electronic device. In a matter of seconds information can be communicated across the world to millions of people. When our signal of connection is lost or broken, we feel like we are out of touch or people think you are ignoring them. This same concept of connection is true in our faith. In order to feel the connection, with our Savior we must be in contact with Him through prayer, studying His word and listening for His voice. Life, relationships, sin, struggles, business and so much more can weaken or even break our connection to God. Thankfully God never loses his connection to us and he is always available with no technical issues. We hope that through our show people will be reminded of the amazing connection of forgiveness, love, comfort and joy that can come from communicating with Jesus.

CHAOS stands for Christians Hyped about Our Savior

Join CHAOS in a night of creative worship and arts as students share their personal stories of faith and self-reflection. Students will perform original skits.
The show will display many forms of Christian arts including dance, drama, acting, singing, monologues and more. Finding creative ways to intersect my faith with the things I love and enjoy has played a strong role in my youth ministry. I encourage kids to serve God in all that they do.

We have a limited number of tickets left for the both shows. Emailing your reservation to reserveCHAOS@gmail.com
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children and include popcorn and drink. Tickets are reserved in advance and paid for at the door. Trinity Lutheran Church is located at 108 West Rice St. in Landis.
This is a wonderful event for church youth groups and anyone who would like to join us.

The South Rowan Lutheran Youth is a joint youth ministry of Ebenezer Lutheran Church, St. Enoch Lutheran Church, Mt. Moriah Evangelical Lutheran Church and Trinity Lutheran Church in the South Rowan area. Middle and high school youth from all four churches participate, and they go by the name CHAOS Youth, which stands for Christians Hyped about Our Savior.

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