Middlebush Reformed Church is celebrating its 10th annual Living Nativity, which showcases the largest walk-through nativity in Central New Jersey on Dec. 13 from 7-9 p.m. and Dec. 14 from 6-9 p.m.
Online PR News – 02-December-2013 – Somerset, NJ – Somerset, N.J. – It’s not the presents or the trees. It’s not the parties or the sleigh rides. Focusing on bringing the true reason for the season to life, Middlebush Reformed Church is celebrating its 10th annual Living Nativity, which showcases the largest walk-through nativity in Central New Jersey on Dec. 13 from 7-9 p.m. and Dec. 14 from 6-9 p.m.
In this special free event, the candlelit Living Nativity manger scene highlights the sights and sounds of Christmas with costumed characters, Christmas carols, including the Cantabile Chamber Chorale, and live animals from nearby farms.
“As we celebrate the very best the season has to offer, we are reminded of the true reason we come together at Christmas with the magic of our 10th anniversary Living Nativity,” said George Montanari, Pastor of Middlebush Reformed Church. “We welcome everyone to share in this beautiful scene and some great company at Middlebush.”
Refreshments will be served at the walk-through event which takes place at Middlebush Reformed Church, “the church with the red doors,” at South Middlebush and Amwell Road, Somerset. More details on the event and church are also available at www.middlebushreformedchurch.com
“It’s a true delight to re-create this miracle and celebrate the season with families and community members who enjoy a wonderful candlelit walk, a warm cup of cider, conversation with old friends and new, and the very best that the season has to offer,” added Linda Mickelsen, chair of the Living Nativity committee.
About Middlebush Reformed Church
Middlebush Reformed Church, launched by early Dutch settlers and located at 1 South Middlebush Road, has celebrated the Living Nativity for 10 years. For more information, please visit http://www.middlebushreformedchurch.com/cpt_events/living-nativity/