Kentucky Church Hosts Live Drive Thru Nativity Scene With Animals & It’s Beautiful
One Kentucky church has been hosting a beautiful live drive-thru nativity scene and it is totally free to the public.
ALL ABOUT CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Cumberland Presbyterian Church is a sweet church that sits almost in the center of Owensboro on Booth Avenue. Most notably known for their BE KIND signs.
Here's a little bit of their history;
The first sermon ever preached In Owensboro is credited to Reverend David Lowery, a Cumberland Presbyterian minister. At that time Owensboro was known as “Yellow Banks,” and consisted of only a few log cabins. The first organized prayer meeting is also credited to another Cumberland Presbyterian minister, Reverend Samuel Calhoun.
Almost forty years later, beginning Sunday October 4, 2015 the sanctuary received a major renovation, requiring the church to return to the Fellowship Hall for all worship services. The new sanctuary reopened December 13, 2015. A service of dedication, led by Pastor Reverend Timonthy D. McGuire and former pastor, the Reverend Wallace Renner was conducted on February 7, 2016. A “Declaration of Dedication” signed by all in attendance remains prominently displayed at the west entrance of the new sanctuary.
NATIVITY SCENE DETAILS
Visitors are encouraged to come and enjoy the true meaning of Christmas from the comfort of their cars. Free Drive-Thru Living Nativity. Saturday, December 10, and Sunday, December 11 from 6 to 8 pm. There are five different scenes with live characters, a camel, donkeys, sheep, and goats.
OTHER LOCAL DRIVE-THRU CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
Christmas At Panther Creek Park
Take the family to enjoy over 700,000 lights and more than 50 displays as you drive through Panther Creek Park, 5160 Wayne Bridge Road, for the annual outdoor family-lighted holiday displays. The lights will be on display from November 27-January 2.
Everyone is welcome to stop by the Neihaus home to take photos and make memories or even take a video. Carter Hoagland would love for you to drive or stroll by and check it out. They live at 2451 Hillbrooke Parkway in Owensboro.
Carter is a local college student who is totally into the spirit of the holiday season and loves decorating. He goes out of his way to create magic for the community.