Singing Christmas Tree will play this weekend

It’s happening this weekend.

On Saturday, 26 November, The First Assembly of God – in conjunction with other churches around Grand Cayman – will ring in the festive seasons with a spectacular performance by the Singing Christmas Tree.

The family musical event, with the theme “Birthday of a King,” will be free to the public and feature 60 live singers encased in an artificial Christmas tree.

The tree is 21 feet tall and decorated and designed with a light show synchronised to the music.

Beginning at 6pm, the tree presentation will last 90 minutes each night, while the programme features local artists, including the Cayman National Choir, the Red Bay choir, school bands and church choirs.

International singer Paula Hinds from Barbados may also make an appearance.

The entire production is the brainchild of Mrs. Elsa Bobb, the wife of the Rev. Torrance Bobb, the pastor of the First Assembly of God. The event will take place both Saturday and Sunday beginning at 6pm.

Admission is free and performances are on the grounds of 
the First Assembly of God, 
located at the Linford Pierson roundabout.

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