The ladies sewing group of Trinity Baptist Church make costumes for the Christmas play.

From Charles Dickens to Charlie Brown, there are many favorite stories at Christmastime. But the original Christmas story that resonates through the ages also resonates with the dramatic and musical production, Story-Time presented by Trinity Baptist Church, Sunday, Dec. 13.

Members of Trinity Baptist are engaged in a church-wide effort to prepare for the production. Preparation includes rehearsing musical numbers and dramatic scenes, building a set, gathering props, designing lights and publicizing the event. The TCB sewing group are busy several days a week constructing the many costumes for the play. Approximately 40 church members are excited about being a part of this wonderful production. They are committed to contributing time and talents to the production directed by Dan Cruse and Lynae Ashcraft Sanford.

Story-Time will remind the audience to take a purposeful look at the original Christmas story, the story of the birth of Christ. Those present will be encouraged to focus on this true season in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.

Two presentations of Story-Time are planned for Sunday, Dec. 13, at 6:00 pm and 7:30 pm. The community is invited and admission is free. Because space is limited, reservations are suggested and can be made by calling 886-1333 or by emailing staff@trinityorange.com.

Gary Price serves as pastor of Trinity Baptist Church. Dan Cruse is the worship leader. More information about the church is available at trinityorange.com. Trinity Baptist Church is located at 1819 N 16th St., Orange.