Wednesday, 28 November 2012
Nailsea's Christmas Experience
Nailsea Baptist Church are telling the Christmas story by taking over a shop in the town centre next week.
The Christmas Experience allows the story to come alive. School children and the general public will be able to travel back 2,000 years in time and meet some of the characters, hear the sounds and become part of the story themselves.
Not only will they hear about the baby born in a stable, they will meet three of the characters who travelled many miles themselves to discover the ancient promise.
The journey ends with an opportunity for people to 'get in the picture' and be part of the story themselves.
Paul Carter, Associate Pastor at Nailsea Baptist said ' we are excited about taking the Christmas message out into the market place and hope that people will engage and discover and rediscover what Christmas is really about.'
The experience takes place from the 3rd -8th December and will be open on the evening of Friday 7th December.
For further details contact the church office on 01275 859339.
Posted by Ruth Whiter at 03:31