Many Southern Kentuckians headed to church Sunday, April 8, 2007, to celebrate the Easter holiday. One congregation moved its services from its home on Smallhouse Road to the bright lights of the Capitol Arts Center.
The Bowling Green Christian Church held its Easter services at the Capitol on Sunday morning in order to give those who worship at its different Sunday morning services a chance to come together and worship.
"Our church has three morning worship services, typically on Sunday morning. Today we decided to bring everything together and have one worship service because more people might be more inclined to come for the first time to the Capitol Arts Theater than to come to a church building," Senior Minister, Charles Cline said.
The topic of Sunday's message was "What Does Easter Mean and Why Does It Matter?"
Senior Minister Cline said he estimates 500 people were in attendance.
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