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Living Nativity scene

First United Methodist Church in Pulaski will once again present a Live Nativity display this year, but this time the event will take place during the day rather than at night.
Church members are hoping more people will be able to come out during daylight hours to view the scene.
This year, the Nativity will be set up on the front lawn of the church on Sunday, Dec. 20, 3-5 p.m. The church is at the corner of Third Street Northwest and Jefferson Avenue in downtown Pulaski.
Besides the stable scene with the Holy Family, angels and shepherds, the display also includes six other scenes. There is a live narrator to tell the story behind each display. Live cows, sheep, goats and a donkey make the scenes more realistic.
This year, the Holy Family will be portrayed by three families in the church: Kevin Flint’s family, Chuckie Shomo’s family, and Austin Newby and Amanda Rasnake and their son.
To aid in the public’s ability to safely enjoy the Live Nativity, Jefferson Avenue will be blocked off to through traffic between Third and Fourth streets during the event.
Visitors may park at the rear of the church, where the Family Life Center will be providing refreshments and a videotaped viewing of the church’s Chancel Choir cantata and children’s program from this year.
Members of First Church sponsor the Live Nativity as a blessing to the community during the Christmas season.

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Living Nativity scene

First United Methodist Church in Pulaski will once again present a Live Nativity display this year, but this time the event will take place during the day rather than at night.
Church members are hoping more people will be able to come out during daylight hours to view the scene.
This year, the Nativity will be set up on the front lawn of the church on Sunday, Dec. 20, 3-5 p.m. The church is at the corner of Third Street Northwest and Jefferson Avenue in downtown Pulaski.
Besides the stable scene with the Holy Family, angels and shepherds, the display also includes six other scenes. There is a live narrator to tell the story behind each display. Live cows, sheep, goats and a donkey make the scenes more realistic.
This year, the Holy Family will be portrayed by three families in the church: Kevin Flint’s family, Chuckie Shomo’s family, and Austin Newby and Amanda Rasnake and their son.
To aid in the public’s ability to safely enjoy the Live Nativity, Jefferson Avenue will be blocked off to through traffic between Third and Fourth streets during the event.
Visitors may park at the rear of the church, where the Family Life Center will be providing refreshments and a videotaped viewing of the church’s Chancel Choir cantata and children’s program from this year.
Members of First Church sponsor the Live Nativity as a blessing to the community during the Christmas season.

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