WILTON \u2014 Wilton Presbyterian Church and St. Matthew\u2019s Episcopal Church will present a drive-by living nativity Sunday, Dec. 13, from 3 to 5 p.m., at WEPCO, 48 New Canaan Road. \u201cI Believe: The Road to Bethlehem\u201d will offer visitors \u201cthe sights and sounds \u2014 the wonders of Christmas featuring a live nativity scene, complete with animals \u2014 all from the safety of your car,\u201d a statement from the churches said. \u201cEven in the midst of this pandemic, the miracle of Christmas cannot be stopped,\u201d said the Rev. Shannon White, pastor of Wilton Presbyterian Church. \u201cThe celebration of the coming of Emmanuel \u2014 God with us \u2014 breaks into our lives and surprises us each and every year in new ways. This year, perhaps as never before, may we experience light, hope, peace and love, as we drive-by, looking at the animals, witnessing Mary and Joseph cradling the baby. May we find a deeper place both within ourselves and among our community to believe a little more and sing Joy to the World!\u201d The Rev. Marissa Rohrbach, rector of St. Matthew\u2019s, said she is \u201cdelighted that we can offer this special moment of joy to our larger community. At Christmas, Christians celebrate God\u2019s love, love that overcomes all obstacles to get to us. \u201cAnd in this season of COVID, we are all in need of a reminder of the power of that love, of what is possible with God, and of the deep joy that comes when we live faithfully together. Love comes down at Christmas, and we can\u2019t wait to share it with you and our beloved community. Join us on the road to Bethlehem and be surprised again by this love,\u201d she said. A rain date has been set for the day before, Saturday, Dec. 12, from 3 to 5. There will be updates on Facebook and wiltonpresbyterian.org and stmatthewswilton.org. Information: 203-762-5514. This story has been updated. The organizers decided to not have a food drive that was originally part of the event.