May 2019 Gallery

There’s a lot of preparation to be done before the day begins. These pictures show what greeted our friends this morning:

Another important part of the day is the display. This reflects the day’s theme and our work is added to the display at the end of the session:

Dramatised reading – Telling the story of the miraculous catch of fish

Unfortunately, the attempt to capture the audio was a complete failure!

Work continued on the waterfall:

153

The bible tells us that the fishermen landed 153 fish. Nobody is certain of the significance of this number. Mathematicians know it as a ‘triangle’ number.

Lego

 

Fish

Writing

Remember – a selection of our work will be available for all to see at our Exhibition, 6th – 8th June (see ‘News’ for more information).


 

December 2018 Gallery

The Pearl of Great Value
– and Christmas

Start of the morning

Lego

Scenery

Baubles

Shells

Creative Writing

The Three Gossips

To meet the cast and see an excerpt of the performance,
click here >> The Three Gossips

and to finish the morning, we shared a simple lunch


 

June 2018 Gallery

Origami Boats

Painting

Related to this theme we also have a mosaic created by David New entitled “The Wind in my Sails”

This mosaic was inspired by  a painting by the French artist Odilon Redon (1840 – 1916) entitled ‘The invisible Navigator,’ which I found in a book by Sister Wendy Beckett. I added the Holy Spirit Dove and the cross/star.
David New

Pillows

Celtic Art

Others

Click here to listen to a percussion excerpt

Tree of Life
Finishing touches before it goes on permanent display in the church.

Central display