The live nativity scene will be available from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, and Sunday, Dec. 9, in the 2500 block of Cypress Drive in Marshall.
The nativity project is affiliated with First Christian Church and was established in 2010, led by Rebecca Early.
Volunteers will portray members of Jesus' family, shepherds and wise men. There will be music and live animals in the scene, too.
Early said the live nativity helps people remember the real purpose of the Christmas celebration.
And people have responded, she said.
"We stopped counting at 500 cars the first night" in 2010, she said.
A number of volunteers contribute to the scene each year.
Tim Butner built the stable, which is stored during the year at W.B. Young Company nearby.
This year, the Tim and Kristi Butner family, the Shawn and Tatiana Toliver family and the Dan and Rebecca Buie family are expected to help with the scene.