Lafayette Living Nativity
What is the Lafayette Living Nativity?
The annual Lafayette Living Nativity (1990-Present) is a dramatic representation of the major events related to the birth of Jesus Christ. Beginning with the biblical account of creation and ending with the prophecy of Christ’s second coming, 14 life-size scenes address the reasons for and result of our Savior’s time on earth. Involving a cast of hundreds, these scenes depict the significance of the baby in the manger and bring to life the message of salvation.
You can either walk or drive through the nativity. Those walking will hear the narration playing at each scene; those driving will be given a tape or CD to use during the drive-through.
2017 Dates and Times
The Living Nativity takes place two weekends in December, Friday-Sunday nights, weather permitting.
- December 8-10, 6:30-8:30 pm
- December 15-17, 6:30-8:30 pm
There is no charge to see the Lafayette Living Nativity; however, we accept donations of non-perishable food items to support our community food pantry if you so desire.