Experience the Living Christmas Tree Presented by Sevier Heights Baptist Church

If you are looking for something to remind yourself what this hustle-and-bustle season is all about, look no further.  Sevier Heights Baptist Church invites you to come and experience The Living Christmas Tree at Thompson-Boling Arena.

This wonderful play will get you excited about keeping the true meaning of Christmas in focus.  You’ll hear spectacular music, storytelling that is relatable to your life and of course the telling of the life and death of Jesus Christ.  The Living Christmas Tree has inspired many people in its 23 year history and this year is no different.  There is a pit orchestra, a choir, and lots of dramatic storytelling with dancing, and music that will have you dancing in the aisles.

You can see this amazing production on December 17th and 18th at 3PM and 7PM and again on December 19th at 7PM.  Tickets are still available for all time slots except 3PM performance on December 17th.  The best part about this event is that it is free.  Did you hear that?  F-R-E-E!  You can get your tickets here.

Thompson-Boling Arena is located at 1600 Phillip Fulmer Way.


Robyn Marshall is a native Missourian who moved to Knoxville in 2010 after living in three other states. She is a stay-at-home mom to one son who is a first grader. In her spare time she likes to knit, be crafty and is forever trying to get caught up on all of the seasons of Dexter.


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  1. Mark Maher says:

    I just returned home from seeing this years performance. The eight of us said it was the least enjoyable of the last several we have seen.

    Everyone commented it was too loud. People around us, including myself, were holding our ears. The vibrations were so loud I felt like I had to leave or get sick.

    Acting was great–turn the volume down & you will have a great performance. Hope you get this in time to adjust the last three shows.

    I know you have all worked very hard but I felt like you needed to know this. Thank you for listening.

    • Hi Mark,

      Thanks for the feedback for other FFK readers to know.

      For clarification, we are not associated with The Living Christmas Tree of Sevier Heights Baptist Church. I you want them to hear your feedback, you’ll need to contact them directly.


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