This is an exciting, new opportunity and we so hope you’ll embark upon it with us, by sharing this information with your friends, family members, colleagues, or acquaintances; by email, Facebook, or word of mouth. The October performances coincide with the opening of the international Balloon Fiesta, so it’s a wonderful opportunity to entertain guests.
This is truly a story of light in a time of darkness. Could we find a better time to share such a story? Please join us!
Date and Time
This performance was sponsored by the Employee Resource Groups IBCN (Intel Bible-based Christian Network) for Intel employees, their family, and friends.
2019 Holocaust Day of Remembrance Event.
Description: In remembrance of the Holocaust you are invited to enjoy a traditional Jewish meal at the Base Chapel Annex for lunch at 11:30 a.m. After the meal, local actress Susie Sandager will present the play “Corrie Remembers” in the Base Chapel Sanctuary. There is no cost to attend. This play presents reflections by the late Corrie ten Boom on her actions during WWII that led to nearly 800 Jews being saved. She also survived the horrors of Ravensbruck Concentration Camp. The play will last approximately 1 hour and then an opportunity for dismissal will be given. For those able to stay, a question and answer time with Susie Sandager and Holocaust survivor/veteran and Hidden Child Mr. Andy Holten will be provided after the play’s conclusion. The content of the play is appropriate for older elementary school students and up.
Date: Friday, 3 May 2019
Location: Base Chapel, Kirtland Air Force Base
Time: 1130 for lunch, 1230 for play “Corrie Remembers”
Attire: UOD for military, Business Casual for civilians
Cost: Lunch is free ($5 donation accepted by not required), Play is free to attend
Children Welcome: The content of the play is appropriate for children in older elementary and up. You are welcome to invite your family.
If you have questions or would like to volunteer, please contact Chaplain, Captain Andy Peck:
and Cell 405.642.1024
After all these years, Corrie ten Boom returns to Europe! We were privileged to host the European premiere of Corrie Remembers by Susan Sandager and it was a night to remember for us. Because we’ve a church of over 50 nationalities the audience came from various faith backgrounds and cultures, including Dutch Christians and European Jews. They were so attentive that you could have heard a pew squeak. At a time when Europe is once more smoldering with racism and sectarian anxiety, in walks this dear Righteous Gentile to charm and challenge the whole lot of us. Corrie’s poignant message and soothing presence reminded us of Christ’s most basic mandate that we must love one another as God loved us. Hers is a voice that must again be heard.
Pastor of The International Protestant Church of Zurich
Be a part of changing lives one performance at a time. By sending your tax deductible donation, you are joining us in continuing the legacy of Corrie Ten Boom, helping us spread this beautiful true story of hope and forgiveness to audiences around the world.
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