Christmas in the West is always busy
Christmas in the West is always busy.
Community Carols Night, Religious Instruction Church visit, Christmas Craft Activity with the kids and then finally the Christmas Street Party.
The theme this year has been Telling the Story – in other words showing them ways to help remember the story and then tell others. We’ve used Christingles, Christmas Crackers or Bon Bons, Stained glass tealight holders, Mandala on Scratch papers, Ice Candles and Bath bombs.
In between they chilled out with table tennis, quoits (the most dangerous activity of the event, as we discovered aim and hand-eye coordination needed some work), chess, and general craft.
Thanks to the team of helpers who made it work!
Rev. Jenny Coombes, Minister, Congregation of Central Western Qld UCA
Articles in this newsletter
- Intergenerational Kids’ Church
- Let the little children come for the kingdom of heaven belongs to them
- Christingle Service
- Rev. Scott’s Christmas Message
- Blue Care 70th Anniversary
- Spotlight on Evangelism
- Thank You Scott
- “Rising Hope” by Nigel Rogers
- Conclusion of Placement for Donna
- Connect 100
- Shared Services – Kevin Griffiths
- Voluntary Assisted Dying
- Congregation Wrap
- Presbytery Finance
- Colouring Competition Nov 2022
- Iona West Community Carols
- Christmas in the West is always busy