Building a Temple
Felting (‘a pile of fluff’)
At the end of the morning, we usually sing
‘Benediction’ by Matt Redman & Jonas Myrin
May the Lord bless you and keep you,
May the Lord smile on you,
Shine His light upon you.
May the Lord lift you,
Turn His face towards you,
Give you His peace, give you His peace . . .
Go now in peace . . .
Victoria taught us how to ‘sign’ the lyrics
Here are three short videos showing the session
(click on the titles to watch):-
Learning to sign 1
Learning to sign 2
A first run-through
Ruth and Naomi
Lydia – Trader in purple cloth
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:
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.
Remember – a selection of our work will be available for all to see at our Exhibition, 6th – 8th June (see ‘News’ for more information).
Art (Printing and use of colour)
Quilt of Nations
At the end of the morning, Alex said everyone had done very WELL.
The Pearl of Great Value
– and Christmas
Start of the morning
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