- Ages: 7th Grade and up
- Cost: $200
- Dates: June 18th – June 22nd 9:00am to 2:00pm each day
- Performance: Friday, June 22nd at 7:00pm
Joseph of Arimathea, like many people today, served wealth openly and God secretly. Joseph struggled with accepting that Christ truly was the Messiah, yet he and his wealthy friend Nicodemus went to see Jesus by night. As a result of the beautiful discourse between Jesus and Nicodemus, these two members of the Sanhedrin secretly become believers for fear of the Jews. Soon after this, Joseph goes to Cyprus, but returns to Jerusalem only to find Jesus hanging on a Roman cross. Joseph is faced with the most important decision of his life – to take a stand openly for his faith or continue living in fear of man.