Church allows families to live a night the way Jesus lived it
Some say only cold temperatures put them in the Christmas spirit, but for those who visited “A Night in Bethlehem” and its live nativity at the First Presbyterian Church in Morris Sunday evening, the mild temperatures might actually have given them a more realistic experience of what the first Christmas was like.
“We had unbelievable weather,” said Cheryl Roth, one of the organizers of the event. “That has really been a big positive to us. We’re used to the snow and the cold this time of year. This is a gift to us.”
Roth said it did occur to her that the weather might have been very similar, although not as damp, as the night Jesus was born in Bethlehem.
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