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Drive-Thru Nativity

Concordia Lutheran Church in San Antonio, Texas, hosted their annual Drive-Thru Nativity last month (December 15-16).  I was so excited to see it, well, ’cause I’d never been to a drive-thru Nativity before.

Upon arriving, Chip and I were handed a bag of homemade cookies (yum!), then minutes later, an audio CD to play in the car’s CD player.  Each of the sets (there were at least 10) narrated a story, mainly about the events leading up to the birth of Jesus Christ.  What impressed us the most were the beautiful backdrops and real-life actors ranging from babies to full-grown adults.  We spotted a few live animals too.

We can’t wait to see this amazing holiday production again next year!



Concordia Lutheran Church

 
Some of the beautiful sets…



Caesar Augustus



Pregnant Mary and Joseph



The busy town of Bethlehem; no available rooms at the inns



Angels rejoicing



Angels and shepherds celebrating the birth of Jesus



Three Wise Men bearing gifts

I found a 7-minute video clip of the Drive-Thru Nativity posted three years ago.  Enjoy!

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