Over 350 cars drove through the Christmas display at Community Lutheran Church in Escondido— and some of them drove through more than once.
It included a light tunnel, live animals, a nativity, Victorian carolers, fake snow, and live music.
Stephanie Miller of Community Lutheran told The Times-Advocate: “Our church was excited to serve our community. It took over 80 volunteers to put on the event. From builders and sewers, to greeters and musicians, we all wanted to love Escondido. We wanted to bring hope and joy to our neighbors. The only thing that is certain in these uncertain times is the love the Jesus gives to us even when we don’t deserve it. We tried to show people that love.”