Camels Attend Lexington Church Services

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/06 12:42 am
One Christian church went all out in celebrating the Epiphany, complete with live camels entering the building.

Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Lexington allowed the camels to walk down the aisles during their two services Sunday morning, giving the congregation a sense of life in Biblical times.

The camels stayed in between services so families could pet them.

The Epiphany, as celebrated by many churches, is the twelfth day of Christmas. It is believed to be the day the three wise men brought their gifts to the baby Jesus.
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