BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Rhema Bible Church near North Elm and West Kenosha in Broken Arrow is lighting up this holiday season by displaying lights across it’s 110 acre campus.
The church’s annual Christmas light display opened to the public on Wednesday night.
The display will be available to the community between 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. each night until Jan. 1.
The Rhema lights display has been an Oklahoma holiday attraction for more than 40 years and draws in nearly half a million visitors annually.
Visitors can either walk or drive through the display or even take a horse-and-buggy ride through the lights. Concessions including hot chocolate and popcorn will also be available.
Admission to Rhema’s Christmas display is free to the public.
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