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Live Nativity scene planned at Faith United Methodist Church Sunday

Nativity scene
Lisa Farnham, Tim Bertsch, Chad Nesemier, Carli Campbell, Cassie Ishaug, Pastor Martin Avery, Caleb Farnham and Ken Farnham participant in a live Nativity scene at Faith United Methodist Church in north Fargo.
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FARGO — A "live Nativity" will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, outdoors at Faith United Methodist Church, 909 19th Ave. N. Musical entertainment will be provided inside the fellowship hall featuring the 19th Avenue Jazz Singers of Fargo North High School and the Big House Band of Fargo Faith. Hot drinks and holiday treats will be served.

The community is invited to experience Bethlehem with live actors and animals depicting Christ’s birth 2,000 years ago, including Mary and Joseph, shepherds, kings, and an angel on high, along with live animals. The still venue is accompanied by Christmas music.

Parking is available on the north side of the church, just off 19th Avenue North, Fargo, accessed by either 9 ½ or 10th street.

For more information, contact the church by phone at 701-232-6844 or by e-mail at office@fargofaithumc.org .

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