A Night in Bethlehem 2017

December 8th, 9th, and 10th

6 to 8:30 pm

 

What is A Night in Bethlehem? A Night in Bethlehem is a living nativity story where you and your family will be guided through the story of the birth of Jesus. This year the shepherds will be your guide as you visit a young shepherd boy named David. King Herod will try to stop you from visiting the true Shepherd. You will visit some shepherds in the fields who get some incredible news about a baby to be born in Bethlehem. After your journey with the shepherds, our modern area will have hot chocolate and cookies, Christmas music and dancing from Dance to Glory Studios. You can also meet the shepherds and pet the animals and even take a picture in Bethlehem clothing.

How much does it cost to go to A Night in Bethlehem? Nothing. Everything is absolutely free for you and your family to enjoy the story of Jesus’ birth. We hope to make A Night in Bethlehem a family tradition.

When is A Night in Bethlehem? A Night in Bethlehem is always the second weekend in December. This year it is on December 9th, 10th, 11th starting at 6 pm and going to 8:30 pm.

Where is A Night in Bethlehem? A Night in Bethlehem is located at 160 Grace Street in Kyle, Texas 78640. Parking will be at Barton Middle School and a police escort will help you walk across 2770 to the church property.

What is the theme of A Night in Bethlehem? We are currently writing the story for this years A Night in Bethlehem. 

A Look Back at A Night in Bethlehem