The Christians


Pastor Paul has grown his modest storefront church with a few parishioners into a massive mega church numbering in the thousands. Yet, as convincing as Pastor Paul is, there is one member of his congregation he is unable to convince: himself. As the church he founded reaches its heights, he prepares to give a sermon that will shake the core of the establishment he founded.

Earning Lauded by the New York Post as “Deeply affecting. Emotionally devastating. A white-knuckled drama about a theological battle,” this play, directed by Michael Vought, explores the depths of faith and how identity is intertwined with belief while, on an even deeper level, serving as a metaphor for the ideological divide that currently separates our nation.

By Lucas Hnath | Directed by Michael Vought

February 28–March 2 and 7–9 at 7:30 p.m.

Location TBD

$12/Free for Westminster students, staff, and faculty

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