One Voice traces the story of two of the most pivotal figures in the hours following Jesus’ death: the man who provided the tomb (Joseph of Arimethea) and the man who helped carry the body (Nicodemus). Together they took Christ from the cross, prepared His body for burial, and entombed Him. Both powerful Pharisees and members of the Sanhedrin, they arrived at their conversions to the Christian faith separately. They remained “secret followers” for some time. This resulted in their partnership during those fateful final days of Christ’s earthly ministry.

One Voice follows this dramatic, scriptural story that leads to the heart of the Easter events, delivering a powerful message of the necessity of not remaining a “secret follower” in today’s dark world.
Performances begin at 7 pm on Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23 and last approximately 90 minutes. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Church groups may call/text for advanced seating to 979-487-9213. All other seating is general admission.