The annual Living Christmas Tree performance is set to be held Dec. 7-9 at Thomaston Baptist Church.

The Living Christmas Tree is a 34-person choir made up of community members who come together to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas in song. Directed by Rebecca Leonard and accompanied by Sybil Wentworth on piano and Tracie Payor on keyboard, this year's concert will feature "Journey of Promises," a cantata by composer and arranger Joseph M. Martin and Brant Adams.

The narration, traditional carols and new anthems trace the story of the birth of the Christ child.

Sopranos in the choir are Shelby Chadwick, Sharon Chadwick, Florence Colby, Stevi Flaherty, Kim Hammond, Samantha Mank, Phyllis McNealy, Maura Morse, Allie Payor, Tena Wallace, and Sue Thurston.

Altos are Vanessa Boynton, Jenn Burns, Christine Dunkle, Jean Faustini, Micaela Fairfield, Cathy Grindell, Celia Jones, Sue Pedretti, Maxine Philbrook, Meg Sawyer, and Marcia Steenstra.

Tenors are Walden Chandler, Jacqueline Harjula, Andrew Lappin, Bill Leonard, Gabe Payor, Wayne Sawyer, and Curtis Tyler.

Bass singers are Horace Benner, David Holden, Stephen Maxwell, Jeff Morse, Larry Schooley, William Waldron, and Eben Wight.

Frank Willis is the sound manager for the performances.

The free concerts will take place Saturday, Dec. 7, at 6 p.m.; Sunday, Dec. 8, at 4 p.m.; and Monday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m. A basket will be available by the entrance for anyone wishing to make a donation. All donations are used to support the costs of the annual Living Christmas Tree performances.

Thomaston Baptist Church is located at 212 Main St.

Courier Publications reporter Beth A. Birmingham can be reached at 594-4401 ext. 125 or via email at bbirmingham@courierpublicationsllc.com.