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Christmas Eve Pageant spreads biblical message

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  St. John’s Episcopal Church presented the nativity story based on the biblical account of Luke and Matthew on Christmas Eve during their Christmas Pageant.

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Angels pictured from left to right: Paige Littlehale, 18, Eliana Coppola, 20, and Gwyneth Littlehale, 18, bring the news to Mary that she is to be with child, although she is a virgin, according to Matthew 1:18-25 in the Bible.
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Three Kings holding gifts for baby Jesus, pictured from left to right: Brendan Sharwood, 13, Destin Erickson, 20, and Nicholas White, 21, all of Saugus.
During the Christmas Pageant at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Christmas Eve, shepherds were played by Dante Brown, 10, and Mark Conley, 9, who attend the Belmonte STEAM Academy, and a sheep was played by Briele Brown, 5, who attends Veterans Memorial Elementary School.
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A Wise Man presented a gift to welcome Jesus into the world. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)
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Shepherds were the first to be notified of Jesus’ birth, according to the nativity story.
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Jesus, Mary and Joseph as a family of three, according to Luke 1:26-38 in the Bible.
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The cast: shepherds – Dante Brown and Mark Conley; sheep – Briele Brown; angels – Paige Littlehale, Eliana Coppola and Gwyenth Littlehale; Mary, Jesus and Joseph, in center; and the three kings – Brendan Sharwood, Destin Erickson and Nicholas White.
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Angels brought tidings of great joy to declare that Mary and Joseph, who were engaged to be married, will bear a son, who most Christians believe will save people from their sins.
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Jesus’ mother Mary, Kieron Sharwood, 18, who attended Pioneer Charter School of Science II on Main Street, as Joseph, and Baby Jesus.

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