Nativity animals... by thewatersphotos

Nativity animals...

Our church is located in a rural area, so farm animals are seen routinely. With Covid, our church had to adapt our Christmas Celebrations. We did so by having a Walk Through Christmas on our walking track. Seven stations were set up with live action and singing, telling the story of Christ's birth. It was very well attended by church and community folks. Most folks wore masks and socially distanced. It did rain a small amount but God provided everything we needed to give a witness for what He has done for us.
This little guy was a miniature cow provided by our animal "supplier".
I am sure the kids love the animals!
December 15th, 2020  
what a cutie.
December 15th, 2020  
Good shot. Great idea to have a Walk Through Christmas this year.
December 15th, 2020  
A marvelous way to tell the story. I like this little guy. He looks a lot like a highland cattle - with the horns and the coloring.
December 15th, 2020  
He is so cute.
December 15th, 2020  
How wonderful! Iโ€™m so happy that the event went well. Our church is also using animals in this yearโ€™s celebration. They are going to have a drive-by live nativity. Great focus on this sweet little cow.
December 15th, 2020  
Sounds like an awesome service.
December 15th, 2020  
Wow, with real animals! Not something you get here in the city, but must be great to be a part of.
December 15th, 2020  
A little cutie, nice capture
December 15th, 2020  
Great capture
December 15th, 2020  
I can just imagine how lovely it was....we had an outdoor nativity play once....walking round......the local inn took part & the village green for the shepherds, it was wonderful as Iโ€™m sure yours was...this participant looks just the part!
December 15th, 2020  
Celebrating the true meaning of the season despite the difficult times we are living through.
December 15th, 2020  
Wonderful story! Our Journey to the Manger got rained out this past Sunday, so we moved it to this coming Sunday. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™
December 15th, 2020  
Nice shot of what I would call a "puppy cow"
December 16th, 2020  
So interesting to read how the nativity is being set up. And such a cute little cow.
December 16th, 2020  
So pleased you could all celebrate together/apart! Wonderful improvisation.
December 16th, 2020  
@bubblequeen Oh yes...and the adults!
December 16th, 2020  
@sherimiya Thanks, Sheri!
December 16th, 2020  
@daisymiller Thanks, Daisy. It worked very well.
December 16th, 2020  
@randystreat Thanks, Kathy! You are right!
December 16th, 2020  
@corinnec Thank you, Corrine!
December 16th, 2020  
@janetb Thank you, Janet! It was an awesome way to minister to our community!
December 16th, 2020  
@danette Oh, it was. Thank you, Danette.
December 16th, 2020  
@casablanca It does seem to make it more real.
December 16th, 2020  
@craftymeg Thank you, Margaret!
December 16th, 2020  
@bkbinthecity Thank you!
December 16th, 2020  
@happypat Thanks, Pat! It was a wonderful time.
December 16th, 2020  
@congaree Oh, indeed, John! We can never loose sight of Christ's humble beginning here on earth!
December 16th, 2020  
@carolmactx Thanks, Carol. Praying the weather allows your Journey to the Manger!
December 16th, 2020  
@timerskine Thanks, Tim!
December 16th, 2020  
@taffy Thank you, Taffy!
December 16th, 2020  
@anniesue Thanks so much, Annie! It was certainly wonderful seeing so many people.
December 16th, 2020  
What a beautiful animal
December 17th, 2020  
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