Hendersonville Location For Black Robe Regiment Presentation


Reverend Dan Fisher's Black Robe Regiment presentation is marching our way Constitution Week, September 17th to 23rd to a venue near you:  SC, NC, GA. 


* Please note below.  Hendersonville location for the Tuesday, Sept 19th presentation has changed to the Operations Center, 305 Williams St., HVL.  Presentation times are the same - 11AM and 7PM.  Plenty of parking too.  If you already have a free ticket, no need for another.  Please see below for directions, parking, etc.  Thanks.  



The event is free.  Donations gladly accepted to offset costs.      
  Rev Dan Fisher's promo video: https://vimeo.com/187037528

The concept of the  Black Robed Regiment has deep roots in American History particularly in our struggle for independence. The patriot preachers who are remembered as members of this esteemed legion of warriors who come alive once again via Pastor Dan Fisher's highly acclaimed Black Robed Regiment presentation.  


It is a fifty minute interactive, multi-media historical presentation of the story of these courageous preachers that also features Revolutionary War artifacts to rival the Smithsonian.  


The content is non-political.  It is a history lesson we bring to your for Constitution Week.  

 Please  sign up for one of our our eight venues in SC, NC, and GA    
*   In Hendersonville, Tuesday, September 19th:  Location has been moved to City of Hendersonville Operations Center, 305 Williams Street, NC 28792.  Seating is limited to 150.   Directions here.   
Hendersonville Venue Ticket Holders:
 If you already have a ticket for the Hendersonville venue DO NOTsign up again for another ticket from 
Presentation times are the same.  11AM and again at 7PM.  
For the Black Robe Regiment Presentation
Tuesday, September 19th, 2017
  11AM and again at 7PM 
at the


Williams Street is at the end of 1st Avenue off Main Street.  Travel to the end of 1st Avenue. Make a left at the STOP sign at Williams Street.  The second building on your left is the Operations Building

There is plenty of parking
  • on the grass on the corner of 1st Avenue and Williams Street
  • in the parking lot at the Operations Building
  • in the police yard across the street.  

We will also have 'Parking Attendants'

 - including Patrick Henry      

You can also email Jane with ticket request, including group sales:  jane@ashevilleteaparty.org or call 828 692 3117.  Please leave your name and number so I can call you back. 


    Tickets are free but we gladly accept donations to offset expenses (between 8K and 10K) to bring this unique opportunity to you.  


 There are several ways to help us raise money for the BRR Presentation


1-  The Go Fund Me page. All proceeds go to expenses.  


2- Or you can donate to Liberty Church, BRR Ministry, a 501c3 here.  Again, all proceeds go to expenses for the venue. 


 3-  Attend Pizza and Movie Night fundraisers either in Hendersonville or Asheville. 


    Adult Tickets: $25.  Student tickets: $15 (under the age of 18 or     college ID)



MANDATORY RSVP so we have enough food!  Contact Jane 828 692 3117 or Jane@AshevilleTeaParty.org with your name, phone, andLOCATION - Hendersonville or Asheville) you will attend.  🙂 

 Includes, pizza, brownie, drinks (soda and water)  

 Movie:  Voiceless.  A young, reserved, war veteran, moves to North East Philadelphia to start an inner city community outreach and puts his life on the line to stand against an abortion clinic that moved across the street from his building.  He puts everything on the line to make a difference!  


    In Hendersonville:  Tuesday, September 5th, 2017:  6PM atFruitful Seasons Pistol Packing1927 Spartanburg Hwy #20, Hendersonville, NC 28792.  (Next door to Pet Source, corner of Spartenburg and Highland Lake/Upward Rd.) RSVP 828 692 3117 byTuesday, Sept 5th to Jane 828 692 3117 (name, your phone, location).  Seating is limited to 25.  


    In Asheville: Tuesday, September 12th, 20176PM,  Skyland Fire Department, 9 Miller Road, Skyland.  RSVP 828 692 3117 by Sunday, Sept 10th. (name, your phone. location). No limit on seating. 




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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.



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