|1st Dec 2020 to 31st Dec 2020|
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In a TV newsroom in Jerusalem, the team are wondering what story to cover... Herod’s latest building project? A new angle on the census? Suddenly, a new story presents itself, in the shape of a baby, born behind a pub in Bethlehem. Could this baby be the promised Messiah? Will the team run the story? And will this turn out to be the greatest story ever told?
This short, fun nativity is suitable for primary school children. Filmed with a team of professional actors, it is available for all schools and community groups to use for free. You can access online or we can send DVDs. We can also send briefing notes and suggestions for discussion to schools in advance of the material being available. Contact email@example.com
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