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A new addition to our feast this year was our Sukkah or booth,

an example of what the Jewish people live in for seven days during the Feast of Booths to remember how God was with them in the wilderness.


Below--kids having communion

in the Sukkah.

Our Blue Ribbon Dance,

once again, was a blast

The Drum Circle went really well!

Artists at work!

Our Literary Arts board

The Bell Trot through the Nature Trail

At the end of the day, God showed up with some art work of His own--a rainbow in the sky in the middle of a couple of wispy clouds that looked like it was in the middle of two angel wings

Fun Times!

Our centerpieces were water jugs filled with blue and clear rocks and small ribbons on a stick to be used for the blue ribbon dance. They were on water drop shaped felt pieces.

We also had bamboo runners which said "My soul longs for you as a parched land." Psalm 143:6




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