The free event, featuring local clergy, a choir, neighborhood children and residents, and animals, will take place at 6 p.m. The school is located at 1 Roton Ave. The rain date is Sunday.
"The pageant came about because our country was in a state of desperation. People needed something to lift their spirits. It's the story of Christmas, but it's really the story of hope and goodness in people," director Laura Czegledi said in a news release.
During the pageant, live animals join about 60 performers who portray the Nativity story's townspeople, angels, shepherds and wise men against a backdrop of almost 100 Christmas trees. The audience is also invited to join in singing, "Silent Night."
For information, check www.rowaytoncurrents.com