Worship Group 2022-2023
Worship Group 2022-2023
Chair: Lacey Till
Talia Eccleston-Coyne and
Lauren Barr and Maea McMurtry
Cora Johnson and Maisie Eaves
Year 6Pete Thomas and Kaylee Bateman
Worship Group fundraising efforts for the DEC's work to support those affected by the Earthquakes in Turkey & Syria.
A further £70 was donated making the grand total we were able to donate:
The DEC tweeted again to say thank you!
Thank you from Worship Group to everyone who supported the
‘Wear What You Want Day’ on Friday 24.02.23 – it was a great success; the children enjoyed the freedom of choice and school raised £370 for the work of the DEC! The DEC even tweeted to say thank you!
Worship Group have been busy!
|Worship Group led a fantastic 'Candlemas Service' on Thursday 2nd February at Holy Trinity Church Freckleton. Candlemas is a lovely celebration of Jesus being presented at the temple as a baby as a fulfilment of God's promise to Simeon that he would see the Messiah and to remind us that Jesus is the light of the world for all people.
Worship Group unveiled their newest display: Moses and the Burning Bush as this story shows the Christian Values of REVERENCE and RESPECT in action. God invites us to be still, like Moses, and spend time in his presence so we can learn more about the plan he has for our lives.
On Friday 2nd December all the children in school and Freckles visited Freckleton Methodist Church to see the Community Christmas Displays made by the different groups of our village community. The Freckles Christmas Display was ‘It was on a Starry Night’ and the school Christmas Display, made by the Worship Group, was ‘Hark, the Herald Angels Sing’.
Freckles and Worship group 'buddied up' to visit Freckleton Methodist Church.
First Church ServiceWorship Group were amazing! Each child carried out an important role in our Armistice Day Act of Remembrance for the whole school at Holy Trinity Church.
Last year's Worship group 'stood down' after organising the Harvest Service and completing their final display:
'Elijah and the Ravens'
Worship Group 2021-2022 have chosen the Bible Story of Elijah and the Ravens for their final display as they felt that the story of Elijah being fed in the ’Raven’s Ravine Restaurant’ shows the Christian Value of FAITH in action. Elijah trusted God to provide for all of his needs. This was especially relevant at Harvest Time when we remembered to thank God for all he has proved for us throughout the year and thought about sharing what we have when we provided donations to the Fylde Food Bank.