Christian music superstar Chris Tomlin will be performing on Dec. 1 in the Capital City to help raise money for Baptist Hospice, a faith-based, not-for-profit hospice in the River Region.
Tomlin, a GRAMMY award-winning singer, has sold more than 7.5 million albums and 10.7 million digital tracks. He will be appearing at the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre, which seats 1,800 people.
“This is going to be an incredible night, an intimate night of remembering what this season is about, remembering what Christmas is about, remembering why we celebrate and why we worship, and remembering our Savior together,” Tomlin said. “Of all the music I’ve made, the Christmas albums have been my favorite to record. I love the spirit of Christmas music. It makes me so thankful and grateful for the season.”
The Baptist Health Care Foundation is presenting the Tomlin Christmas Songs of Worship event.
In 2016, Baptist Hospice served more than 300 patients from 13 counties, with the majority living in Montgomery, Elmore and Autauga counties.
“The patients we serve have been given a life-changing diagnosis such as cancer, heart and lung disease or Alzheimer’s disease. Baptist Hospice also serves pediatric patients who are living with cancer or congenital abnormalities,” said Ben Kelley, executive director of the Baptist Health Care Foundation.
Tickets can be purchased through the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre box office, or through Ticketmaster. Ticket prices are as follows: Theater seating is $47.50; and balcony seating is $37.50; Groups of 10 or more receive $5 off the ticket price per ticket.
The concert series is in year 13, and has raised more than $235,000, Kelley said. With the help of the Foundation and the Christmas series, Baptist Hospice provides care and accepts all qualified patients regardless of ability to pay, he added. Read More