Pete Makes his Debut!

Pete the puppet made his debut at our Harvest Thanksgiving service, leading us to think about the need to say ‘Thank you’ for all God’s goodness to us.

Pete gets a present - and the children help him unwrap it.

Pete gets a present – and the children help him unwrap it.

Roz Burch told the story of the ten lepers whom Jesus healed, and of the one who came back to him to say thanks. The children acted out the story, getting their ‘leprosy’ (painted hands) cleaned by adults.

Cleansing the leper

Cleansing the leper

After the service it was time to enjoy a meal together. Making the choice was difficult…

Serving up dinner

Serving up dinner

but, whatever we chose, it was thoroughly enjoyed!

Tucking in!

Tucking in!

Even the vicar was allowed to eat.

Even the vicar was allowed to eat.

Following that we set to work either making flower brooches

Making flower brooches

Making flower brooches

or a banner that said ‘Thank You’ for “all good gifts around us”.

..and the 'Thank You' banner

..and the ‘Thank You’ banner

This entry is dated Tuesday, October 15th, 2013 at 3.13pm and is filed under News.

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