O Little Town of Washington: Activists bring Christmas to Supreme Court (PHOTOS and VIDEO)

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Gwen Weast of Manassas, Va., prays next to her swaddled baby Kimberly as they play Mary and baby Jesus in the Live Nativity of the Faith and Action ministry in Washington, D.C., on December 11, 2014. Layla Sowers, left, and Briella DeLeon, right, join in the prayer. Religion News Service photo by Adelle M. Banks

Gwen Weast of Manassas, Va., prays next to her swaddled baby Kimberly as they play Mary and baby Jesus in the Live Nativity of the Faith and Action ministry in Washington, D.C., on December 11, 2014. Layla Sowers, left, and Briella DeLeon, right, join in the prayer. Religion News Service photo by Adelle M. Banks

WASHINGTON (RNS) Each year, Faith and Action, a Washington, D.C. ministry, sponsors a Live Nativity procession around the Supreme Court during the Christmas season. The Rev. Rob Schenck, the ministry’s founder, and people from the Washington area and Midway Assembly of God in Lewes, Del., stand outside the high court to portray the story of the birth of Jesus, in December 2014. Religion News Service photos and video by Adelle M. Banks.

Click any photo below to view a slideshow of the Faith and Action Live Nativity.