Monadnock church's nativity goes live despite snowstorm
Other church youth played angels, Roman soldiers and the holy family.
"It started out primarily as an activity for the teens, and there are still a lot of them involved in it," Peragallo said, though now several adults are involved as well. "It tends to grow a little bit each year."
Peragallo said turnout is usually larger, and the winter storm had its effect on attendance, however, 30 minutes into the event the church hall was full and bustling with church members serving up hot soup to people who had gone through the tour so far.
"I thought it was great. I really did. And I just think the message brought glory to God, and that's what I think what they tried to convey. The whole message is about salvation," Adams said. "I just hope people received it well and come back again next year."
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