Webteam: October 2019
Wimborne Methodist Church held a Light Celebration on the afternoon of Monday 28th October. It was well attended by about 40 children, together with mums, dads and grandparents.
The afternoon began with videos on the theme of the Sun, Moon and Stars -- and then a lively song when everyone was invited to sing along and follow the actions for "This Little Light of Mine".
After expending plenty of energy, it was time for some craft activities — all connected with the sun, moon and stars in some way — stained glass windows, mobiles, colouring and decorating biscuits to name a few.
Revd Pauline Crispin — and Scruffy! — spoke for a few minutes about how much we rely on the light which God has given us, either by day or by night, and then it was time to sit down for a delicious tea, before collecting all the crafts to take home.
The afternoon was full of fun, with a warm atmosphere. It was devised and led by Joy Morling and Jan Vincent, together with a dedicated team of helpers. Many thanks to all who helped in any way to make the afternoon so successful.
Our next Family Event will be a Christingle Celebration on Saturday 21st December 2.00 — 4-00 pm
Click on the images to see full size. Plenty more photos on the gallery.
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