BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- The 2nd annual "Not So Silent Night" took place Sunday evening at Living Hope Baptist Church. There were games for all ages, a photo-booth, and food trucks for festival goers to enjoy.
Living Hope opened it's doors to the entire community to join them in kicking off the holiday season. S'mores could be had by a fire-pit, and there were bouncy houses for kids to play in.
There was also a free concert by MA Dove Award winner Aaron Shust. For Living Hope, it was a great way to share the hope the love and hope of the Christmas season.
"We are having a blast out here!" said volunteer, Charity Porter.
She also told 13 News that the event was to help remind people of the meaning behind Christmas.
"Often times we can forget what the real meaning of Christmas is, and it gets really confused," Porter said. "And so we just want to share with everybody that the true meaning of Christmas is that Christ has come, and He loves us so much."
Just after sunset, there was a tree lighting, with hot chocolate and more Christmas music for all to enjoy.
Living Hope is trying to make their festival the biggest Christmas celebration in Bowling Green.