Kingsway-Lambton's annual Christmas Pageant is an beloved tradition that shares the story of Christ's birth and the warmth of our church with members of the community. 

Dozens of children from the church and community, and many parents and volunteers, take part in multiple performances held in late November / early December. Auditions are held in September. There are many ways to get involved, including opportunities for high school students to earn volunteer hours. Parent volunteers are essential to the success of the Pageant. Please contact the church office if you wish to be involved! 

The 2022 Pageant returned to the stage with performances on Thurs. Dec. 1 and Fri. Dec. 2.

2022 marked the 85th anniversary of “A Child is Born”! Our beloved Christmas Pageant has a rich history: starting in 1937, with Gwladys Martin as the first "Mary", the Pageant has been a treasured tradition, bringing together the community for generations of families. A mini documentary, celebrating 85 years of the Pageant, was created by Mia Kramer with testimonials from past participants, directors, and coordinators as well as archival materials. The 12-minute video showcases the history of the Pageant and honours the 85 uninterrupted years of celebrating the birth of the Christ Child. It can now be found on our church's YouTube channel. A 2-minute video "trailer" is here: Watch 85th Anniversary Trailer

Even during COVID-19, we endeavoured to keep the tradition alive, and delivered our beloved Pageant as a virtual celebration. Watch here, "A Child Is Born" in video format (1st link is Dec. 2021, 2nd is Dec. 2020):

Promotional videos for 2020 + 2021: