Bremen Holy Walk
December 3 - 4, 2021 6pm
Bremen High School
511 West Grant Street
Bremen, Indiana 46506
The Risen Star
Tickets available at the high school the day(s) of event.
See you there!
The heavens declare
The Glory of God
"...children of God ... shine among them
like stars in the sky
as you hold firmly to
the word of life."
The Risen Star
The Bremen Holy Walk is a reenactment of God’s Holy Night, the night Jesus Christ was born.
The Magi saw the star when it rose and followed it. What made them take this long journey to Jesus? They were seeking the King, the Messiah of the world.
The Magi were moved to action by a light orchestrated by God. Perhaps also armed with Daniel's scripture and his timeline. Whatever the motivation, they embarked on a very long and trying journey and used The Star as their guide.
How far would you travel to see the birth of the Messiah? The Bremen Holy Walk is a journey back to God's Holy Night, a journey to Israel's Bethlehem.
A journey of lasting love.
Back to the birth of The King,
Back to the radiance of God's Glory,
Back to the Risen Star!
Luke, Matthew & Revelation
The Bremen Holy Walk follows the recorded events in Luke 1-2 and Matthew 2 of the Bible. This year highlighting Revelation 12.
No specific denomination will be promoted at this event, all are invited to share in the:
Joy of Christ’s birth,
The peace of knowing Jesus, and
The promise of eternal life.
She gave birth to a son, a male child,
who “will rule all the nations with an iron scepter.”
Revelation 12:5 KJV
1981 - During Sunday School, Bob and Regina Huff were called to share the true meaning of Christmas. The class created a Holy Walk in a small area of the Huff Farmstead, 400+ attended the first year.
1982 - The Holy Walk was moved to Jim Huff’s Farm; attendance doubled to 800+. Later years attendance was as high as 9,000+ in a 3 night performance. The Bremen Holy Walk has become a Christian community event, numerous churches are represented.
1993 - Became a non-profit organization.
2015 - The site moved to Dave Rader’s Farm.
2016 - Moved to its current location, at the Shumaker Westside Park.
"... they never stopped teaching and proclaiming... that Jesus is the Messiah."