News From Terre Haute, Indiana

March 23, 2013

RELIGION BRIEFS: March 23, 2013


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Angela Lilly Trio to

perform Easter celebration

The Angela Lilly Trio will perform Friday, March 29, during an Easter celebration at 7 p.m. CDT on March 31 in the United Methodist Church at 217 E. Clover St. in Hutsonville, Ill.

A free will offering will be taken during the service.

The Southern gospel music trio from Hutsonville have performed in the Wabash Valley for about 12 years.

They also have found their way into many venues in Illinois and other states in the area.

James and Angela Lilly, along with their niece Haley Young, have performed in area churches and at several fairs and festivals.  

Angela Lilly’s brothers Aaron and Wesley Gray will join the Angel Lilly Trio at the Easter concert.

James and Angela’s 18-year-old son, Grayson Lilly, performs with them on guitar and plays a unique style that has turned heads to as far as Nashville, Tenn. He is one month from debuting his first album, “Guitars and Sweet Tea.”

The group recently returned from working on a sixth album, with a large portion of the songs written by Young.

For more information about the band and the upcoming album, visit

angelalillytrio.com or call 618-563-4435.

Terre Haute

Covenant Cooperative Ministry to give free Easter candy

Covenant Cooperative Ministry in Terre Haute will distribute free Easter candy to low-income families in Vigo County on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon in the ministry at 122 S. 101⁄2 St. CCM is able to offer the free candy because of a generous donation to the ministry.

“Easter is truly the most special holiday for Christians as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and we remember how God so loved us that He gave his only son to us and Jesus then gave his life to save all who would accept Him as Savior,” said Rose Aycock, CCM executive director.

“Easter reminds us of the hope we have in Jesus Christ and we all need hope. Giving Easter baskets filled with candy has become a modern way to celebrate with our children and CCM is happy to offer candy to those who may need help,” she added.

Applicants will need a picture ID and current utility bill to qualify.

Only one person in each household may qualify. Supplies are limited.

Call 812-478-7700 for more information.

Terre Haute

Passion in the Park plans performance of Easter story

Passion in the Park is hosting an interactive non-denominational community-performed drama of the Easter story Thursday through March 31 in Fairbanks Park.

The drama depicts the teaching, miracles, suffering and resurrection story of Jesus, including the emotional journey of disciples.

Passion in the Park drama will be shared from 6 to 9 p.m. each day with hourly showings at 6, 7 and 8. The performances are free.

Refreshments, courtesy of Covenant Cooperative Ministries, and a time of fellowship will follow each performance.