We are using our entire campus as the canvas to tell an amazing and true story almost 100 year story of World War 1. By December 1914 the war had deteriorated into a miserable and mindless stalemate in the freezing trenches of France, Men from both sides who had left in September of 1914 for what they were confident would be a short three or four month adventure were now trapped in hopelessness, danger, and horrible deprivation.
On Christmas Eve 1914 something wonderful happened. All peace broke out. The generals couldn’t stop it. For hundreds of miles, enemies met together in no man’s land, singing Christmas carols, exchanging trinkets, burying their dead, playing soccer and worshiping the Prince of Peace together.
We will recreate that amazing night through the eyes of one troubled British soldier who had long been looking for peace for his own mind. It is a story of love, sorrow, and the reminder of the hope that the birth of Jesus has brought to an otherwise dreary world.
The experience is nightly, 6 – 9 pm, starting December 11 for eight nights. New journeys begin approximately every ten minutes. Your trip will take an hour but may effect a lifetime. Reservations are not required. You can show up anytime between 6 and 9 and be placed into a group. However if you would like to attend at a certain time you may make a reservation by clicking on "Reserve Your Spot." You will reserve a confirmation email when you make your reservation then again three days before the evening that you registered before. You may register as an individual or a group. The only information we are asking for is your name and email address (so that we can send you the confirmation).