A Host of Angels at Bayston Hill

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Host of angels at Bayston Hill
Lots of angels
Gloria in excelsis
Gifts from angels
Story of an angel
Angels from the Dragonflies
Angel wall hanging

Saturday 30th November saw a host of angels take over Bayston Hill Church to enchant and amaze visitors. The angels were made by different church groups and also some of the community groups that use the premises. We had exhibits from the mens breakfast, the ladies fellowship, Dragonflies, the Art Group, Glasshouse Tots and Praise and Play amongst others. To this were added some personal exhibits, favourite Christmas decorations and some examples of angels from the Bible and art. In the background was played some suitably angelic music to get the viewers in the mood.

There was an opportunity to make an angel to take home and visitors were given a leaflet containing details of all of our Advent and Christmas services. A drink and a large piece of cake were there to satisfy any hunger worked up through all that artistic viewing with donations going to our church's charities for the year, Midlands Air Ambulance and Self-help Africa.

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