Walk Through Over 2 Million Lights At Rhema Christmas Lights, One Of The Largest Light Displays In Oklahoma

Boasting over two million Christmas lights, Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow is something you have to see to believe. What started out almost 40 years ago with a few modest Christmas decorations has now grown into one of the largest Christmas displays in the Sooner State. This annual holiday tradition has now been visited by hundreds of thousands of people and is a symbol of the unofficial beginning of the Christmas season. Each year on Thanksgiving day night, they “flip the switch” and this tradition is renewed. To learn more, check out the pictures below.

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Oklahoma always embraces the Christmas spirit by transforming parks, businesses, and buildings into magical places filled with holiday lights and decorations. The state is packed with festivities during the winter season, but one thing that is sure to bring out the holiday spirit is a visit to one of Oklahoma’s magical Christmas attractions. Click here to see the best places to visit.

Address: 1025 W Kenosha St, Broken Arrow, OK 74012, USA