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Argyle church presents 'Living Last Supper'
Mike Butson plays James, the Elder, during Fridays performance of the Living Last Supper at Cornerstone Lutheran Church in Argyle. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
ARGYLE - The Cornerstone Lutheran Church put on a production for the third year of the "Living Last Supper" Friday night. There will be another performance of the show at 7:30 p.m. today.

The program is free and open to the public, but free-will donations for Cory Gierhart, who was injured in a farming accident, will be accepted.

The church decided to put on the program after acquiring the costumes from another church. Pastor Richard Ewing came up with a script. Gwenn Fischer picked out the music and is the director of the program. The program also features performances by the church's women's choir.

"We want it to help people to be able to reflect on Easter and appreciate the meaning behind it," church member Trish Lawson said.

The apostles are played by men of the church.

"I really do believe people will be moved," Fischer said. "You really think about what they went through and you see what Christ did for us."