Many people have heard the story of Corrie ten Boom through her book, The Hiding Place, and the motion picture released by the same name. It is the story of a Dutch Christian family that helped hundreds of Jews escape the Nazi extermination camps.
When Corrie ten Boom was miraculously released from the Ravensbruck concentration camp during World War II, she began telling her story to anyone who would listen.
Dressed as Corrie in the eighth decade of her life, Susan Sandager retells the story of the ten Boom family. In spite of no formal training or acting experience, Susan Sandager has been able to capture and convey the essence of Corrie ten Boom’s life and work, melting both Christian and Jewish hearts with this presentation about a family of faith, courage, and love.
Wednesday 22nd March at 8pm
St John’s Church Hall, Birkdale PR8 4JP
Free Admission, Limited Parking on grounds, Free off Street Parking