THE BIG CHRISTMAS TREE CHALLENGE 2020
If your would like to make some nice Christmas tree decorations few ideas are here: 'THE BIG CHRISTMAS TREE CHALLENGE' https://youtu.be/mRZTkZmGAK8
Or, if you would like to make your own creative paper advent-wreath https://youtu.be/feH3Au33cLg
or, paint a candle: https://youtu.be/2VjoDn5vEqA, for this also have a look at the technique of 'negative painting'
<div data-contents="true"><div data-block="true" data-editor="62mmt" data-offset-key="ap318-0-0"><div data-offset-key="ap318-0-0">Dear Parents and Kids, https://youtu.be/mRZTkZmGAK8 let us mark this Advent and Christmas season together! We set up a Christmas tree in our church. If you are in a comfortable walking distance from you, the challenge is this. Make some simple Christmas-tree decorations, and on one Saturday or Sunday afternoon, or even on a week-day, visit our church and put your decoration on our Christmas tree. Then you can make a photo or selfie of it:)
From 20 December our Crib is will be already on - only the Baby Jesus will be missing from it till Christmas Day. Come over when it is comfy for you (apart from Nursery Hours Mo-Fri 9 am-3 pm you can come any day till 6 pm). At the back of your decoration, just leave your first name, and a 'fantasy name', like 'butterfly'. There will be a competition whose tiny decoration Santa and the Baby Jesus liked most. Winners will be announced on this Facebook:) and on our homepage http://www.saintaugustinecolindale.com/the-big-christmas-tree-challenge.html our homepage. There will be a box next to our tree, into which you can put your message for Santa, or your prayer request. If you would like to remember someone, just leave a note under the Christmas tree. You can light a candle also, if you wish. Adults can also write a letter to Santa, 'What is my hope for Colindale and the estate where I live?' So why not visit a 'mystery house', our lovely Church. Venue: Saint Augustine's Church, NW9 5SY, Great Field. If you come by car, please, use the the church's parking lots (right on the side of the church.)