Register Here for Black Robe Regiment Presentation

  Event is free and open to the public but we welcome donations to offset the cost of bringing Rev Fisher here for the performances.  You can donate at the Go Fund Me page.    Thank you for supporting the Black Robe Regiment Presentation.   

CLICK HERE FOR Eventbrite TICKETS.  SCROLL DOWN THE PAGE TO FIND YOUR LOCATION OF CHOICE AND DATE (listed below).    Sign up.  Call Jane if you have questions. 209 986 3845.  You can also sign up at Tea Time, Thursdays at 6PM,  IHOP, 229 Airport Rd., Arden

Promo video from Rev Dan Fisher https://vimeo.com/187037528

(Blue links are map locations.) 

Sept 18, 2017 1:00PM 1st Baptist Church of Landrum, 5650 SC-14, Landrum SC 29356 

Sept 18, 2017 7:00PM 1st Baptist Church of Landrum, 5650 SC-14, Landrum SC 29356

Sept 19, 2017 11:00AM 1st Presbyterian Church, 699 N. Grove Street, Hendersonville NC 28792

Sept 19, 2017 7:00PM 1st Presbyterian Church, 699 N. Grove Street, Hendersonville NC 28792

Sept 20, 2017 1:00PM 1st Baptist Church, 69 Lotla St, Franklin NC 28734

Sept 22, 2017 1:00PM Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906

Sept 22, 2017 2:30PM Tri-County Community College, 21 Campus Circle, Murphy NC 28906

DESCRIPTION

Program Description:

Who were the Black Robe Regiment? They were America’s “patriot preachers” – some of the most outspoken proponents of truth and liberty in 18th century America. Convinced that the Bible impacted every area of life – including politics, these brave pastors stood in their pulpits each Sunday wearing their black robes, preaching from God’s Word about spiritual and civil liberty. Because of their willingness to preach the “whole counsel” of God, their congregations were well prepared when the inevitable clash with the British came.

Hated by the British who called them the “Black Regiment,” these courageous men “laid it all on the altar” for freedom.Though largely forgotten today, their willingness to lead the men of their congregations onto the battlefields of our War of Independence to defend truth and liberty is one of the most inspiring stories in American history. Without their bold stand and brave deeds, America may never have come to be.

Pastor Dan Fisher tells their story in a live stage performance dressed in period attire with an array of Revolutionary period artifacts augmented by multi-media film. The telling of this story is regarded as history lesson and has no politically biased content.

 

FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

No minimum age requirements

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Dick Shaughnessy at 352.638.2981 or email: rich0530@gmail.com

Or contact Jane Bilello at 209 986 3845  Jane@AshevilleTeaParty.org