The Singing Christmas Tree 2014

| 03/11/2014

(First Assembly): For the fourth year in a row, the First Assembly of God church is producing and hosting the spectacular free Christmas Singing Tree event for locals and visitors alike during two consecutive nights after Thanksgiving – Saturday 29th November and Sunday 30th November.  It features a 25 foot tall singing tree that holds approximately 60 plus talented singers and thousands of lights that provide a colorful show of lights as well.Last year, the Cayman Islands Singing Christmas Tree featured incredible local and international singing and dancing stars as well as a full choir ensemble.

The choir performed songs, skillfully directed by Pastor Ferdinand Nicholls, dance and theatrical routines that brought numerous ovations from the audience as well as a Cayman historical tribute.

Mrs. Elsa Bobb, wife of Pastor Torrance Bobb of the First Assembly of God, had the vision and foresight to create and produce this show and believes that this year’s production will be even better. 

“It was lovely,"she said. "My husband and I still hear comments from people saying how much they enjoyed the Singing Tree and how much they look forward to it each year, now that it has become an annual event.  We are thankful for the hundreds of great people who are involved in this production as we really want all who attend to enjoy a grand and memorable experience and feel the love of God.”

It wasn’t just the spectacle of the large tree adorned with lights and singers, but the theatrical presentation and talented performers that really helped put a Caymanian mark on a truly world class performance. 

The theme this year is “A King is Born”, and for the best seating, patrons are encouraged to come early to this free event which begins just before sunset at 6.30pm on the grounds of The First Assembly of God at 195 Old Crewe Road in George Town.  Children are welcome to attend and there will be concessions available for all for purchase.  There is also a Children’s Choir presentation that both children and adults will love.

To learn more, please visit http://www.caymansingingchristmastree.org or call 929-5380 for more information.
 

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