Point Pleasant Easter Parade


Staff Report



“Peter walks on water” as portrayed by Fairview Church, Letart.

“Peter walks on water” as portrayed by Fairview Church, Letart.


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First Church of Nazarene portrays “The triumphal entry (Palm Sunday).”


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“Jesus before Pilate the governor” as portrayed by Point Pleasant First Church of God.


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Mary and Joseph begin the story of Jesus in Saturday’s Easter Parade on Main Street. Portrayed by Salem Community Church, West Columbia.


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“Lazarus come forth” as portrayed by First Baptist Church, Mason.


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“Let the little children come unto me” as portrayed by Salem Community Church.


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An “angel” walks among the “Last Supper” as portrayed by College Hill Church, Crab Creek.


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“Jesus mocked, robed and crowned” as portrayed by Faith Baptist Church, Mason.


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“The Miracles Of Jesus” as portrayed by LifeSpring Community Church, Point Pleasant.


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Jackson Avenue Baptist Church member portrays Jesus carrying the cross.


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Brandon Sweeney performs.


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The “Burial of Jesus” as portrayed by New Hope Bible Baptist Church, Point Pleasant.


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The youth choir from Fisherman’s Net Ministries performs.


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The Ascension as portrayed by Creston UM Church, Leon


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Ashton Baptist Church portrays “Jesus, the good shepherd.”


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“Blind Bartimaeus” as portrayed by Good Shepherd Church, Flatrock.


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POINT PLEASANT — The annual Easter Parade in Point Pleasant was one of the largest yet, with over 30 entries.

Leading the parade, hosted by the Mason County Teens for Life, was Grand Marshal Alice Click for her work in the Right to Life movement. Click was a charter president of the Mason County Right to Life, founded in 1980.

Listed below are the churches which participated in telling the story of Jesus from birth to ascension in Saturday’s parade.

Mary and Joseph Journey to Bethlehem, Salem Community Church, West Columbia; Nativity, Leon Methodist, Leon; Singer Randy Parsons, Oma Chapel Church, Leon; John Baptizing Jesus, Pleasant Valley Church, Point Pleasant; I Will Make You Fishers of Men, Trinity U.M. Church, Point Pleasant; The Miracles Of Jesus, LifeSpring Community Church, Point Pleasant; Jesus Calms the Storm, Community United in Christ Ministry, Point Pleasant; Jesus Feeds 5,000, Gospel Lighthouse Church Point Pleasant; Peter Walks On Water, Fairview Church, Letart; Lazarus Come Forth, First Baptist Church, Mason; Jesus, The Good Shepherd, Ashton Baptist Church, Ashton; Singer, Kaylee Weaver of the Presbyterian Church, Point Pleasant; Let the Little Children Come Unto Me, Salem Community Church, West Columbia; Blind Bartimaeus, Good Shepherd Church, Flatrock; The Triumphal Entry (Palm Sunday), First Church of the Nazarene, Point Pleasant; Jesus Drives the Moneychangers out of the Temple, Harvey Chapel Church, Leon; Last Supper, College Hill Church, Crab Creek; Jesus Before Caiaphas, Point of Faith Church, Point Pleasant; Jesus Before Pilate the Governor, Point Pleasant First Church of God; Jesus, Mocked, Robed, Crowned, Faith Baptist Church, Mason; Jesus Carrying the Cross, Jackson Avenue Baptist, Point Pleasant; Jesus Being Nailed to the Cross, Pleasant View Church, Gallipolis Ferry; Soldiers on horseback, Point of Faith Church, Point Pleasant; Crucifixion, Vinton Baptist, Vinton, Ohio; Burial of Jesus, New Hope Bible Baptist Church, Point Pleasant; Resurrection Praise Float, Fisherman’s Net Ministries Children’s Choir; Resurrection of Jesus. Grace Baptist Church, Point Pleasant; Ascension, Creston U.M. Church, Leon; Singer Brandon Sweeney, New Hope Bible Baptist Church, Point Pleasant.

There are already plans to host the parade next year on Easter weekend.

“Peter walks on water” as portrayed by Fairview Church, Letart.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-1.jpg“Peter walks on water” as portrayed by Fairview Church, Letart. Beth Sergent | Register

First Church of Nazarene portrays “The triumphal entry (Palm Sunday).”
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-3.jpgFirst Church of Nazarene portrays “The triumphal entry (Palm Sunday).” Beth Sergent | Register

“Jesus before Pilate the governor” as portrayed by Point Pleasant First Church of God.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-4.jpg“Jesus before Pilate the governor” as portrayed by Point Pleasant First Church of God. Beth Sergent | Register

Mary and Joseph begin the story of Jesus in Saturday’s Easter Parade on Main Street. Portrayed by Salem Community Church, West Columbia.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-5.jpgMary and Joseph begin the story of Jesus in Saturday’s Easter Parade on Main Street. Portrayed by Salem Community Church, West Columbia. Beth Sergent | Register

“Lazarus come forth” as portrayed by First Baptist Church, Mason.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-7.jpg“Lazarus come forth” as portrayed by First Baptist Church, Mason. Beth Sergent | Register

“Let the little children come unto me” as portrayed by Salem Community Church.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-8.jpg“Let the little children come unto me” as portrayed by Salem Community Church. Beth Sergent | Register

An “angel” walks among the “Last Supper” as portrayed by College Hill Church, Crab Creek.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-9.jpgAn “angel” walks among the “Last Supper” as portrayed by College Hill Church, Crab Creek. Beth Sergent | Register

“Jesus mocked, robed and crowned” as portrayed by Faith Baptist Church, Mason.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-10.jpg“Jesus mocked, robed and crowned” as portrayed by Faith Baptist Church, Mason. Beth Sergent | Register

“The Miracles Of Jesus” as portrayed by LifeSpring Community Church, Point Pleasant.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-12.jpg“The Miracles Of Jesus” as portrayed by LifeSpring Community Church, Point Pleasant. Beth Sergent | Register

Jackson Avenue Baptist Church member portrays Jesus carrying the cross.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-13.jpgJackson Avenue Baptist Church member portrays Jesus carrying the cross. Beth Sergent | Register

Brandon Sweeney performs.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-14.jpgBrandon Sweeney performs. Beth Sergent | Register

The “Burial of Jesus” as portrayed by New Hope Bible Baptist Church, Point Pleasant.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-15.jpgThe “Burial of Jesus” as portrayed by New Hope Bible Baptist Church, Point Pleasant. Beth Sergent | Register

The youth choir from Fisherman’s Net Ministries performs.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-16.jpgThe youth choir from Fisherman’s Net Ministries performs. Beth Sergent | Register

The Ascension as portrayed by Creston UM Church, Leon
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parade-18.jpgThe Ascension as portrayed by Creston UM Church, Leon Beth Sergent | Register

Ashton Baptist Church portrays “Jesus, the good shepherd.”
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3-Parde-2.jpgAshton Baptist Church portrays “Jesus, the good shepherd.” Beth Sergent | Register

“Blind Bartimaeus” as portrayed by Good Shepherd Church, Flatrock.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/04/web1_4.3Parade-6.jpg“Blind Bartimaeus” as portrayed by Good Shepherd Church, Flatrock. Beth Sergent | Register

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