Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus -- portrayed by a real baby in perhaps his or her first acting role -- are in the ‘stable’ inside the sanctuary of First Baptist Church of Wiggins during a past ‘Bethlehem’ presentation. The church presents the Christmas story every other year, and pastor Robby Rikard said people from ages 2 months to 90 years can be seen in the production. This year’s presentation will be Dec. 2 and 3.
Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus -- portrayed by a real baby in perhaps his or her first acting role -- are in the ‘stable’ inside the sanctuary of First Baptist Church of Wiggins during a past ‘Bethlehem’ presentation. The church presents the Christmas story every other year, and pastor Robby Rikard said people from ages 2 months to 90 years can be seen in the production. This year’s presentation will be Dec. 2 and 3. Courtesy Mike Cain
Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus -- portrayed by a real baby in perhaps his or her first acting role -- are in the ‘stable’ inside the sanctuary of First Baptist Church of Wiggins during a past ‘Bethlehem’ presentation. The church presents the Christmas story every other year, and pastor Robby Rikard said people from ages 2 months to 90 years can be seen in the production. This year’s presentation will be Dec. 2 and 3. Courtesy Mike Cain

Travel to Bethlehem — in Wiggins — this weekend

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