November 17, 2017

One Night in Bethlehem at Glenloch Baptist Church

Photo: Rodney East

Photo: Rodney East

(Glenloch) — On December 19, 20, and 21 “One Night in Bethlehem” will return to Glenloch Baptist Church.

After a two-year hiatus, many months of preparation went into the re-location and re-creation of this production which was enjoyed once again by the local community in 2013.

“One Night in Bethlehem” is a live version of the town of Bethlehem during the time of Jesus’ birth. Pre-tour worship and information is provided in the new sanctuary, and groups are led by guides who are stationed throughout the town.

Each guide tells about different aspects of the times and culture of Bethlehem. Guests will see Roman soldiers, lepers, metal workers, the innkeeper, and angels (among other Biblical characters), as well as live sheep, donkeys, horses, and goats.

Guides will also narrate the story of Jesus Christ — from His Messianic promises in the Old Testament, through his birth narrative — and even scenes explaining the cross and resurrection (empty tomb). Post tour refreshments will be served.

Glenloch Church’s desire is to present the Gospel story as it unfolded in the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus.

Led by a team of over 160 volunteers, ONIB hosted over 1100 guests over the course of just two nights in 2013. For more information call 770-854-5346.

“But as for you, Bethlehem . . . from you One will go forth for Me to be ruler in Israel.” (Micah 5:2)

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