Program gives different view of Christmas story

Rick Yoder, left, and Dave Lako add some faux rock to one of the sets for the Capital West Christian Church’s “Treasures From A Mother’s Heart.” The event will replace the drive-through Nativity and will be held at the newly acquired event center, in the former Great Central Lumber building.

Rick Yoder, left, and Dave Lako add some faux rock to one of the sets for the Capital West Christian Church’s “Treasures From A Mother’s Heart.” The event will replace the drive-through Nativity and will be held at the newly acquired event center, in the former Great Central Lumber building. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

Mothers enjoy talking about their children — their character and their accomplishments.

With a fresh look at the Christmas story, “Treasures From A Mother’s Heart” invites visitors to listen to Mary, the mother of Jesus, as she narrates a re-enacted look at events in her son’s earthly life.

“Experience the sights and sounds of a night that not only changed history, but the lives of many. A mother retells her story of that life-changing night,” said promotional material from the host Capital West Christian Church.

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The first-time production will be held 6-8:15 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the church’s event center, 1315 Fairgrounds Road in Jefferson City.

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