Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey

Posted on: November 29th, 2017 by

Originally published in 2013, our listing of Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey is updated annually and throughout the holiday season.

 

Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey

 

Remember the reason for the season with a visit to one of the living nativity scenes in New Jersey.

 

Jersey Family Fun has compiled a list of local living nativities in New Jersey for you to enjoy this Christmas season.

 

Many also offer free refreshments, petting zoos, or request food donations. Times are subject to change, so please call or visit the church’s website for more details before attending.

 

Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey

Living Nativity Scenes in North Jersey and Northern New Jersey

For more information about or the schedule for any of these Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey, click the link to be taken to our Calendar of Events listing. Our North Jersey Living Nativity Scenes listing includes Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex, Union, and Warren Counties.

Bergen County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Essex County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Hudson County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Morris County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Passaic County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Sussex County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Union County Living Nativity Scenes

 

 Warren County Living Nativity Scenes

 

 

Living Nativity Scenes in Central Jersey and Central New Jersey

For more information about or the schedule for these Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey, click the title to be taken to our Calendar of Events listing. Our Central Jersey Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey includes Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, and Somerset County.

 

Mercer County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Middlesex County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Monmouth County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Somerset County Living Nativity Scenes

Hunterdon County Living Nativity Scenes

 

 

Living Nativity Scenes in South Jersey and Southern New Jersey

For more information about or the schedule for these Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey, click the title to be taken to our Calendar of Events listing. Our South Jersey Living Nativity Scenes listing includes Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean, and Salem County.

Atlantic County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Burlington County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Camden County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Cape May County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Cumberland County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Gloucester County Living Nativity Scenes

Ocean County Living Nativity Scenes

 

Salem County Living Nativity Scenes

 

 

If you know of more living nativity scenes in New Jersey that we should add to this list please comment below and enter it on our Calendar of New Jersey events.

 

6 thoughts on “Living Nativity Scenes in New Jersey

  1. Janet Fiamingo says:

    Saint Theresa’s Church, Washington Avenue Kenilworth, New Jersey has had a very nice Living Nativity for years. Worth the trip.

  2. Steven Braun says:

    Colts Neck Community Church will have its 3rd annual Living Nativity on December 19, 2015 from 5:00-7:00 PM. Free event. Live performances, music, petting zoo. Refreshments served.

  3. Cost: FREE
    Live Outdoor Interactive Nativity, breakfast, Live Concert by Glorious Ensemble, crafts for kids.
    Saturday, 12/5
    9 am- noon
    Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 28 S 4th St, Fords, NJ 08863
    All are welcome

  4. Kathleen DePow says:

    is there a living nativity this year?

  5. Emily says:

    Away in a Manger on Main Street: Flemington United Methodist to Stage Living Nativity on December 14

    Experience the sights, sounds, and excitement of the first Christmas on the front lawn of the Flemington United Methodist Church on December 14th from 6-8 p.m. Animals, magi, shepherds, and angels will look on as the baby Jesus rests in his manger bed.

    “We want to do our part to bring the Christmas spirit to Flemington,” said Pastor Ben Lee. “We hope people will come out and enjoy everything that is going on downtown, and take a moment to reflect on the true reason we all celebrate this season.”

    Extra shepherd and angel costumes will be available for anyone who wants to participate in the event or snap a selfie.

    The church is hosting this event in conjunction with the Flemington Community Partnership’s Thursday Night Holiday Lights series, which will bring special events to Main Street on Thursdays in December.

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