Church presents ‘This is my story’ for Easter

An energetic dance presentation by the members of Calvary Church.

EVERYBODY loves a good story. It could be a thriller, romance or a biography.

However, stories are more than what we read in books or watch on a screen.

Everyone has a story. The story we tell through our lives can shape another person’s destiny.

With this in mind, Calvary Church will be presenting “This is My Story” – a fresh, bold, and direct telling of the timeless Easter story which has reshaped the personal story of many.

Audiences will witness the portrayal of the greatest story ever known to humankind and experience the transformative power of the good news that it brings.

God’s matchless love for mankind is told through gripping

narratives, interpretative dance and innovative use of multimedia.

A choir performance at Calvary Church this Easter.
A choir performance at Calvary Church this Easter.

The presentation is for the whole family to enjoy together.

It will be staged on April 19 at 8pm, as well as on April 20 and 21 at 5pm at Calvary Convention Centre (CCC) in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.

Simultaneous translation of the presentation in Tamil, Bahasa Malaysia and Cantonese will be provided.

Admission is free.

Parking is also free at the multi-level basement of CCC.

A shuttle service will be provided at the Awan Besar LRT station travelling between CCC and the LRT station an hour before and after the presentation.

On April 21, there will be an Easter service at 9am at the same venue. Highlights include music, dance and an inspiring message from Senior Pastor Rev Tan Sri Prince Guneratnam.

These events are open to non-Muslims only.

For more information, call 03-8999 5532, or visit

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