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Faith & Liberty is hosting the Live Nativity at Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 11 a.m. until noon. The Live Nativity begins at the ministry center of Faith & Liberty and will proceed to the front of the United States Supreme Court.
Some in D.C. wanted the event canceled due to COVID, but the Live Nativity will instead be scaled back.
Actors in New Testament era costumes portray Mary, Joseph, and the Christ Child (always a real, live, cooing newborn baby), the shepherds, Wise Men and townspeople.
The Christmas story is read from the Bible in Gospel of Matthew in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sign up to receive a reminder for the live stream here.

Author: Jacob Hall