Live Nativity Journey
- By Elaine Bird
- 14 December 2020
Snettisham Parish Church’s live nativity is a tradition that has attracted families each Christmas telling the story that that has been told for 2000 years.
This year the Rector and Church Wardens came up with a new project, the Live Nativity Journey, a festive walk through the live nativity scene to replace the service that normally sees St Mary’s pews packed and children performing their nativity story.
Locky Mulligan (4)
Family groups were guided around the one way, socially distanced trail to see all the animals from Park Farm, see all the decorated wreaths made by local organisations, find shining stars amongst the displays and complete their quiz about the Christmas story.
Eleanor Baird from Park Farm with a calf
Pebbles the donkey, ponies, calves, sheep, a llama, goats, a giant rabbit and guinea pig were petted by visitors while carols were playing in the background making it a really wonderful start to Christmas.
Rector of St Mary’s, Rachel Alexander said: “We had such a fun time at Live Nativity. So lovely to see so many families enjoying themselves. Thank you Park Farm.”
Rev. Rachel Alexander with Pebbles the donkey
Photos: Ian Burt & T&A