This year, the members of Greenbrier Road Baptist Church are upholding a tradition by staging a living Nativity. It was supposed to be held two weekends ago, but because of the heavy snow, it was held last weekend. Visitors walked into a full replica of the city of Bethlehem. And church members played roles as townspeople like you would have seen way back during the birth of Jesus Christ. There were also various scenes from the outskirts of Bethlehem, witnessing Roman soldiers busy completing the census, and on into the outskirts of Bethlehem where Joseph and Mary and baby Jesus are warm and well, before they have to flee. There were also plenty of music from a live choir.
Enjoy pictures and a video from this nativity event!