Members of the Sequim Valley Nazarene Church, from left, Melanie Byrne as Mary, with Marcus Byrne, Malachi Byrne, and Gabriel Robbins as shepherds, and David Stoeckl, as Isaiah, rehearse for the church’s living nativity with the first set of tours set for this Saturday and Dec. 15. Erin Hawkins/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Members of the Sequim Valley Nazarene Church, from left, Melanie Byrne as Mary, with Marcus Byrne, Malachi Byrne, and Gabriel Robbins as shepherds, and David Stoeckl, as Isaiah, rehearse for the church’s living nativity with the first set of tours set for this Saturday and Dec. 15. Erin Hawkins/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Nazarene Church portrays the Christmas story in Carlsborg

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