Bethlehem Walk showcases the portrayal of the life of Jesus ChristTHORNLOE — The annual tradition…the portrayal of the life of Jesus Christ, from birth to the cross, was on display Sunday, December 11 during the 2016 Bethlehem Walk at the Thornloe Crossroads Baptist Church.Just over 320 people
The Thornloe Crossroads Baptist Church staged their annual Bethlehem Walk on Sunday evening, December 13. William Noyes, Hayden Noyes, Madison Potter and Bentley Noyes, from the left, played shepherds as part of a 60-member group who brought to life the story of the time of Jesus’ birth, death and
The Bethlehem WalkDear Editor:We at the Thornloe Crossroads Baptist Church, extend our appreciation to you at The Speaker for your wonderful coverage of our recent Bethlehem Walk, both in the pre-announcements and in the photos and report which Darlene Wroe so ably prepared.We are also grateful
Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter Soldiers Cole Sedore of Kerns Township (left) and Patrick Reimer of Hudson Township (centre) guarded the gate of Bethlehem as visitors walked through
Moriah Caron, 7, of Hilliard, is pictured here with the sheep along the Bethlehem Walk at the Thornloe Crossroads Baptist Church Sunday, December 14. She was one of dozens of congregation members of the church who helped portray the people around the time and event of Jesus’ birth.This content is for Speaker Online Digital Subscription members only.
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Dear Editor:We want to thank The Temiskaming Speaker for the excellent coverage you have once again given our Bethlehem Walk this year. We appreciate the advertising for weeks before the event and the attendance of your reporter each year to document the Walk with great photos. Thank you.We are also