Bremen Holy Walk

40th Anniversary

December 3 - 4, 2021  6pm

Bremen, Indiana

Come take a Journey of Lasting LOVE with us...

              Back to Bethlehem...

                        Back to the very FIRST Christmas!

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A Journey of Love

The Bremen Holy Walk is a reenactment of God’s Holy Night, the night Jesus Christ was born.


Because of the Roman decree, everyone had to register at the town of their family line to be counted and to pay new taxes.

Go back in time and start your journey of love. You will be led to Bethlehem, where you witness an angelic announcement that a Savior is born!

Over 250 volunteers bring the cast of characters, Bethlehem and God’s Holy Night to life and help you find your way.

Your long journey to Bethlehem has left your family short of supplies, funds, there is no room in the Inn and the Roman Soldiers make for an adventurous journey, as you seek the Baby Savior, the Almighty, revealed among the poor.


Luke & Matthew

The Bremen Holy Walk follows the recorded events in Luke and Matthew of the Bible. 


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.

And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name Jesus: for he shall save his people from their sins.  Matthew 1:21

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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." Acts 5:42

Holy Walk's

40 Year History

Image by Greyson Joralemon

Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!


2 Corinthians 9:15

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16

God's Gift