Unique and inclusive, as pageant actors are chosen on the spot! Only a few roles are cast in advance of the service, the rest of the at least 45 participants (including shepherds, stars, wise people, and animals) volunteer to be in the pageant during the service. Everyone present is invited to participate.
At the end of the story, when children and adults are in their costumes gazing down at the baby in the “manger,” we all experience this familiar story in a new, more meaningful, and moving way and we are reminded that each night a child is born is a holy night.
Mitten Tree: Please bring new or clean, gently used mittens, gloves, hats, and scarves to put on the Mitten Tree during the pageant service. Items will be donated to local schools and the People’s Resource Center.
Join us in person (one service only on December 24 at 10:00am) or watch online as the story unfolds!