Brownies help out at Christingle
Chelford Brownies decorated their own Christmas tree as part of the Christingle service at Chelford Church on December 2nd.
They had spent two meetings making orange pom-poms and decorating them to look like Christingle oranges. During the Christingle service, they hung their decorations on a Christmas tree in church, and then switched on the tree lights as part of the 'darkness into light' theme of Advent.
All children and adults who attended the service were given a Christingle orange, the candles of which were lit as they stood around the darkened church singing 'Away in a Manger.'
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