North Elmham churches launch Nativity trail
Two North Elmham churches have created a children’s Nativity Adventure Trail around the village of North Elmham during Advent, and anyone is free to take part.
Participants can collect a village map from the school, the parish church, or the Teapost, or can download one by clicking the link below. They then visit all 15 of the locations identified on the map, and look for Nativity-related items, writing them down on the trail sheet. A letter from each clue will tell them who Jesus said He was. The sheet should then be returned to St Mary’s parish church to claim a prize!
The trail will run throughout the month of December up to Christmas Eve, and is a joint venture between St. Mary's and the Victory Villages church, which is affiliated to the Eastern Baptist Association.
Anne-Marie Fewell, pastor of Victory Villages, said “This is great to do as a family, or with a group of friends. We are also excited to announce that Children's University credits are available for those with CU passports!“
Click the following link to obtain your trail sheet:
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