Texarkana’s Favorite Drive-Thru Live Nativity is Back for Christmas 2021

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We just LOVE the Drive-thru Live Nativity that they do at First Assembly of God Church on W. 7th Street. Hundreds of people in costumes, animals of all sizes and sorts, and of course the whole reason for the season! There will be three presentations, don’t miss them!

In the last seven years, literally, thousands of spectators have enjoyed this presentation.

Media Release:

Come join us for our Seventh Annual Drive-Thru LIVE nativity and be reminded of the true reason for this holiday season. There will be over 100 people in costume bringing alive the story of Jesus’ birth! Upon entry into the grounds, you will be greeted with Hot Chocolate (candy canes for the little ones). You will see animals: Sheep, Cows, Mules, Goats, CAMELS & more. You will be required to take a census & pass your gold coin to the Roman Soldiers in order to gain entrance into the City of Bethlehem. When you drive through the Bethlehem Marketplace, you will feel as if you have stepped back into the pages of the Bible. Your Journey to Jesus will culminate with an awe inspiring scene of our Savior’s Birth. All of this is possible without leaving the comfort of your vehicle.
This event is open to the public and FREE for everyone!

Friday, December 10th 6:00 – 8:00
Saturday, December 11th 6:00 – 8:00
Sunday, December 12th 6:00 – 8:00
First Assembly of God (The old Lighthouse)
3401 West 7th Street
Texarkana, TX 75501

In past years we have had over 2,500 people drive through the live nativity. In order to reduce wait times, we will have:
– Two lanes of traffic driving through the nativity instead of a single file line.
– A Fast Pass Lane:
~ 8 passenger vans & shuttle buses will be allowed to “fast pass” to the front of the line
~ Go to the front of the line & look for the FAST PASS ENTRY signs.First Assembly of God is blessed to be able to give back to the Texarkana and surrounding area.

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