Photo Gallery: Live Nativity at Bradford Woods Community Church
Bradford Woods Community Church had its 29th annual outdoor live Nativity on Dec. 15.
Continuous performances took place on the church's front lawn.
After each 10-minute show, visitors could take a break from the snow and the cold inside the church, where they could sip hot chocolate and munch on Christmas cookies.
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