Join us for an interactive tour through Bethlehem on the night Jesus was born, meeting the locals, hearing the wonder of a coming king, and be immersed in the moment everything changed! Please arrive 15 minutes before your reserved time slot. When it’s your turn, you’ll be guided through a 45 minute experience. After your tour, feel free to hang out in the Market of Bethlehem for snacks, crafts and more!


Bethlehem is a bustling city – we suggest arriving 15 minutes before your 45 minute tour and then spending around 15-30 in the marketplace. A grand total of an hour to an hour and half.

Email Michelle and she will get you all set!

We are SO glad to hear this! First we would like to invite you to come to one of our weekend services (Sat. @ 5:30 or Sun. @ 9:15 or 11:00) and to our Christmas Eve Services (@ 3:00, 5:00, and 7:00). To learn more about Covenant Church visit our website at Covenant.cc

Everyone and every age is invited to Journey Through Bethlehem! Invite your neighbors, friends, teams, and family to experience Bethlehem with you!

  This is a completely free event!


Journey Through Bethlehem was created to give a space for families to encounter Jesus in a tangible and interactive way, inviting people of all ages to experience the greatest gift ever given. Our hope is that you will remember what it was like to hear the story of our savior for the first time, feeling the mystery and joy of the baby that was born to save the world.

At Covenant Church we believe it’s all about Jesus. Regardless of our past failures and successes, our current circumstances or our future plans, we’re all human, and all in search of love, acceptance and significance that comes only from Jesus. He is why this church exists, and we invite you to make Covenant your church home. To learn more about Covenant Church visit our website: covenant.cc

Tours are limited. Secure your spot today!
Cast and Crew!

If you are interested in donating or being a part of the cast and crew, email Michelle today!


Want to help with setup, teardown, decoration, or prayer?