The Good News Center will be hosting a "Live Nativity" on Saturday December 8th, 2018 from 4 -7 pm.

We will have various Nativity scenes from around the world on display in our building, engage in a dialogue about the significance of the Nativity with Frank Cittadino who will have over 30 of his personal Nativities on display.

We will have Christmas carolers & crafts for children.

Please bring a donation of toiletries, coffee, tea bags, hot chocolate or children's hats, mittens & scarves for the Hope House and drop them off to St. Nicholas.
Admission & refreshments are FREE.
If anyone has a Nativity set that they would like us to display, please call us at 315-735-6210. We would love to have many different Nativities on display for everyone to enjoy!

Come join us for the true meaning of Christmas.

The Nativity

In the Christian tradition, a nativity scene (also known as a manger scene, crib, crèche (/krɛʃ/or /kreɪʃ/, or in Italian presepio or presepe) is the special exhibition, particularly during the Christmas season, of art objects representing the birth of Jesus.

St. Nicholas

St. Nicholas was a Bishop who lived in the fourth century in a place called Myra in Asia Minor (now called Turkey). He was a very rich man because his parents died when he was young and left him a lot of money. He was also a very kind man and had a reputation for helping the poor and giving secret gifts to people who needed it. Because of his kindness Nicholas was made a Saint. St. Nicholas is not only the saint of children but also of sailors!

Christmas Carolers

The idea of Christmas caroling brings to mind jolly bands of churchgoers, dressed in shawls and top hats, going door-to-door, also known as wassailing -- an Old Norse term -- to spread the spirit of Christmas through hymns. Whether it's "Deck the Halls," "Joy to the World" or "Silent Night," Christmas carols provide the soundtrack to the holidays.