The Nativity Story

Nativity Story

Free Christmas Film Night



A journey of a lifetime - a story for all time

Directed by Catherine Hardwicke


Sunday, 23 December, 2007




Dornoch Council Chamber


Hosted by Dornoch Christian Fellowship



In Nazareth, a town oppressed by the devastating taxation practices of King Herod, a teenage girl, Mary, is told by her parents that they have arranged for her to marry Joseph. Distraught by the idea of marrying a man she hardly knows, Mary takes refuge in a grove to collect her thoughts. There, she is visited by an angel, who tells her that she has been chosen by God to bear his son. Despite the public scorn from an unwed pregnancy, together, Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem for a census mandated by the King. It is here, with a great celestial event revealing his prophecy, in a history-defining event, that Jesus is born.



This is a free viewing, but a collection will be taken for Tearfund International and Release International (agencies which assist those living institutions of oppression and/or poverty).



Further information:

Barrie Fairns Tel. 01862 810483


Barrie Fairns, 04/12/2007

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