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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Christingle Service

This week we have spent our time preparing our own Christingles for the up coming service this Friday. As a class, we discussed what each part of the Christingle represents and explained its purpose. Below the children of Falcons and Swifts exaplain the parts that make a Christingle:

"The orange represents the world" - Jamie W

"The red tape around the middle is to show Gods love for the world and the blood of Jesus" - Ophelia Birch

"In the center there is a candle which represents Jesus being the light of the world" - Reuben Brown

"The cocktail sticks represent the four seasons" - Molly L

"The sweets and raisins are Gods creation in the four seasons" - Holly B

Ruby and Ollie proudly showing their Christingles.

We look forward to celebrating Christingle and sharing it with everyone. 

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