Zion Christian Church to Host Live Nativity Scene
Zion Christian Church will host a live nativity scene this Sunday at the 10 a.m. service, complete with llamas, donkeys, sheep and even a camel.
"This is our second year hosting the live nativity, and it's becoming a cherished tradition," senior pastor Scott LeLacheur said. "The animals make the Christmas story come to life, and it's amazing to watch the children's faces light up when they see them."
The service will feature Christmas carols and a dramatic presentation of the Christmas story in addition to the live nativity. Families are invited to take pictures of the animals after the service, but petting is not permitted. Zion is located on Livernois between 16 and 17 mile roads.
"My three-year-old daughter's favorite was definitely the camel," Zion member Annie Sadecki of Sterling Heights said. "We're excited to attend again this year."
Located in Troy, Zion Christian Church is an independent Christian church and a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization serving Southeast Michigan since 1955. For additional information, visit www.zionchristian.org or call 248-524-2400.
The preceding information was provided by Julianna Blankenship.