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T HERE IS A SEASON …..
T HERE IS A SEASON … Spring SummerAutumn Winter
T HERE IS A MEALTIME … Breakfast LunchTea Dinner
T HERE IS A YEAR … School starts Harvest Christmas Birthday Easter Tests/Exams Holidays
T HERE IS A CHURCH YEAR SEASON
A DVENT 4 weeks St Nicholas Advent candles & calendars Books of the story The Jesse Tree Building the crib Prayers round the tree
C HRISTMAS Singing the story Lighting the Christmas Tree Adding the Christ Child 12 days of Christmas
E PIPHANY Magi reach the crib Three Kings Cakes Chalking of the doors Taking down the tree Celebrating baptism Candlemas
O RDINARY T IME B EFORE L ENT Life stories Bible bookcase Valentine’s Day Clearing out the clutter Shrove Tuesday
L ENT 6 weeks Ash Wednesday Jars of Grace Love Life Live Lent Lenten candles Mothering Sunday Eating simply Walking through Holy Week Exploring Holy Communion Hot Cross Buns
E ASTER Creating an Easter Garden Resurrection rolls Easter Vigil Making an Easter Tree – adding to it week by week
P ENTECOST Wearing colours of fire Pentecost cup cakes The Lord’s Prayer in another language Birthday of the church Links with Christians across the world
O RDINARY T IME Creating ‘sacred space’ Symbols of the Gospel reading Book/story of the week Creating a prayer board Harvest Supporting mission Exploring Saints A time to remember
T HERE IS A RHYTHM … Prayer BibleWorshipActionCelebration
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