Join us for this virtual performance on October 24th at 7:30 PM.


Using a fairy tale like story, Taistella reminds us that when we know God’s Word, we’re equipped for any battle, because we can cling to the knowledge that God fights for us.


Synopsis: Taistella transports audiences, once upon a time, to the far away village of Kaupunki. Here, the villagers happily go about their daily life until one day, two fiends, Rosvo and Konna, swoop in and steal whatever they can get their hands on. Having no way to defend themselves, the villagers relinquish their things. One villager, Luja, does not give up so easily, and after praying for help, encounters a stranger who teaches her how to fight. Though it is not easy, Luja learns the importance of training and how being equipped can give power to stand strong against the enemy.


Filmed at our live performances on October 14th and 15th 2020 at Thornbury Farms.


Tickets for this virtual performance are "pay what you can," so donate as you are able*, knowing that your gift -whatever the amount- is allowing us to provide jobs to artists and create performances intended to draw us closer to God!


*Members and individuals who donate a minimum of $25 will be invited to an artist talkback after the performance! A link for that Zoom discussion will be sent in a special email inviting you to that part of the virtual event.

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Taistella - Virtual Performance

by Glorify Performing Arts


Join us for this virtual performance on October 24th at 7:30 PM.


Using a fairy tale like story, Taistella reminds us that when we know God’s Word, we’re equipped for any battle, because we can cling to the knowledge that God fights for us.


Synopsis: Taistella transports audiences, once upon a time, to the far away village of Kaupunki. Here, the villagers happily go about their daily life until one day, two fiends, Rosvo and Konna, swoop in and steal whatever they can get their hands on. Having no way to defend themselves, the villagers relinquish their things. One villager, Luja, does not give up so easily, and after praying for help, encounters a stranger who teaches her how to fight. Though it is not easy, Luja learns the importance of training and how being equipped can give power to stand strong against the enemy.


Filmed at our live performances on October 14th and 15th 2020 at Thornbury Farms.


Tickets for this virtual performance are "pay what you can," so donate as you are able*, knowing that your gift -whatever the amount- is allowing us to provide jobs to artists and create performances intended to draw us closer to God!


*Members and individuals who donate a minimum of $25 will be invited to an artist talkback after the performance! A link for that Zoom discussion will be sent in a special email inviting you to that part of the virtual event.