Harvest Festival - Oct 2015
The children delivered a Harvest Festival Service to a full church congregation and members of the St Mark's Fellowship group. The message held a clear theme of helping within and outside of your community by 'Planting Four Rows'.
Four rows of 'Squash' to squash unkindness, rudeness, unhelpfulness and selfishness
Four rows of 'Peas'...Peace within ourselves, each other, our school and our world
Four rows of 'Lettuce'....to help let us be hard working, let us be kind, patient and let us care for one another
Four row of 'Turnips'. Turn up when you’re needed, to lend a hand, to help one another and to make a difference.
Four rows of 'Thyme'. Time for ourselves, each other, our family and our friends.
The staff and children created 25 hampers of kindness for the St Mark's Fellowship group. Each one hand made, wrapped and personalised for each of them. The Fellowship group were overwhelmed by the generosity of this gesture.
Father Ian and all the staff are very proud of the children.