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Concordia's First Live Nativity a Success

December 17, 2013

As an organization rooted in faith, spreading the Good News of the Christmas season is something that we've tried to do in subtle ways - a gift for a child in need, a smile or hug to a person suffering, donations to a number of local missions/charities and more. This year, however, we decided to be a bit more... pronounced.

On Sunday, Dec. 15, Concordia Lutheran Ministries held its first ever Live Nativity at the Cabot campus. Several hundred people stopped by to watch as a cast and crew of 60+ Concordia employees, residents, families and friends went through four performances of the birth of Jesus.

Special thanks to everyone who attended or helped make the event possible. It really was a day to remember, and something we hope to keep up on an annual basis. If you couldn't make it out, we hope to see you next year! In the meantime, here are some pictures to enjoy. As usual, feel free to leave a comment below. :)

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