Sunday, December 11, at 7:00 p.m.
One of Highland Hills’ wonderful Christmas traditions is our Live Outdoor Nativity Drama, held in our church’s amphitheatre. This year’s nativity drama will be told through the eyes of a shepherd. Not just any shepherd, this is a shepherd who saw and heard the angels and saw the Christ child, wrapped in a cloth, lying in a manger. The story begins on the day of Christ’s crucifixion as the shepherd shares his story of the night that changed his life, with his son and with us.
You won’t want to miss this presentation featuring the shepherds, angels, Mary, Joseph, the innkeeper, the wise men, the donkey and yes, the baby Jesus. You’ll also get to hear the music of our Adult Ensemble and soloists as they share the carols of Christmas and welcome the birth of the Christ child.
Make plans to attend and bring a friend. In case of inclement weather, the performance will be held in the chapel. Following the performance, we will have a fellowship in the Great Room. You will not want to miss this Highland Hills tradition. Come hear it again for the first time.