RACINE — The sanctuary of Holy Communion Lutheran Church, 2000 W. Sixth St., undergoes a transformation to the stable in Bethlehem when the annual “Look for the Light” Christmas program is held at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 10. There is no admission fee.

Joined by live sheep, goats, llamas, donkeys and other animals, the Sunday School children and youth dress as shepherds, angels and wise men to tell the story of Jesus Christ’s birth. The youth, choirs and congregation sing beloved Christmas carols and original pieces written by Gregory Berg, minister of music.

“Look for the Light” features a parade of children dressed as shepherds, wise men, angels, and Mary and Joseph entering the church with the live animals down the center aisle. Once the program starts, the adult choir and congregation join in songs between narrations by the Sunday School children and youth.

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