WORTHINGTON — It’s not quite Thanksgiving yet, but shopping venues are already filled with images of Santa and his elves and the sounds of “Jingle Bells.” Amid the hustle and bustle and commercialism of the holiday season, area churches and religious organizations have planned events designed to remind people of “the reason for the season” — the arrival of the savior in the form of a tiny babe born in Bethlehem.
WORTHINGTON — For Christians, that scene of Mary and Joseph and the babe in the manger is the prevailing image of the Christmas season. It is played out in countless Sunday school pageants and is brought home through the use of a Nativity set. Those Nativity sets are often cherished family heirlooms and may have their own story to tell in addition to the familiar Christmas tale.
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