Resurrection Celebration and Son Rise Easter Service at TCKF
The Coming King Sculpture Prayer Garden continues to be Kerrville’s top tourist attraction drawing over a hundred thousand visitors a year from all 50 states and at least 80 countries. The free, non-denominational Christian tourist attraction is the subject of countless newspaper, magazine, internet, radio and TV stories. New developments include:
A new, one-of-a-kind, $100,000 water sculpture has been designed by artist/architect, Max Greiner, Jr. and is being constructed now at the front entrance of the garden for visitors.
A new lighted, climate controlled, park style restroom will be located west of the cross, outside of the Kerrville City Limits, for garden visitors at the top. The five toilet, self-contained unit is the same type currently used at the “Pearl Harbor National Park” in Hawaii. The special restroom unit was donated by the Perry Foundation of Olney, TX and the Doug Avery family of Odessa, TX.
Currently, developers in Minnesota, Missouri, South Carolina and Texas are planning to build Sculpture Prayer Gardens based on the Kerrville prototype. Hundreds of thousands of dollars have already been spent on these projects.
Around 4,000 guests are expected at the Kerrville art garden for Easter 2019. Hundreds of volunteers from most churches in town will be putting on this annual Kerrville event which draws people from across Texas and the world. The Honorable Mayor, Dr. Bill Blackburn will welcome Easter visitors at the Sunday morning Sunrise Service. Evangelists Louada Raschke and Max Greiner, Jr. will present the messages. Missionary Evangelists, Chris and Summer Cawthon will provide LIVE worship music on both Saturday and Sunday. A free “Resurrection Celebration” will take place on Saturday between 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM, with LIVE worship music from various local Christian worship teams and amazing personal testimonies from the garden. A portion of the profits from food sales will be donated to TCKF by Bill’s Bar-BQue and Kona Ice. Jeff and Barbara Anderson of ServKerrville will be providing free parking and shuttle service.
Debbye Meszaros has been retained as the new Executive Director of TCKF. Debbye brings with her an array of gifts, talents and discernment, which will help the non-profit 501c3 organization founded on May 6, 2004 better serve our guests and community.