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Christmas in June?

Christmas in June?

Christmas in June? From the Rev. Luke Fodor:

“Children from St John’s Church in Cold Spring Harbor, New York joined the Rev. Luke Fodor, actress Regina Schneider and film maker Michael Fairchild in an acting workshop to tell the story of the nativity in their own way. Shooting the film in June allowed the youngsters to concentrate on the story without all the distractions of the Christmas holiday season.


They were able to learn the true meaning of Christmas and have lots of fun in the process. This initial film has created an on-going ministry at St. John’s where the children are currently working on a second film about Jesus and his ministry called, Performing Parables.

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