In November 149 primary school pupils took part in a weather themed prayer space. We used different weather symbols to reflect and pray for others, ourselves and the world.

The sun represented things we are thankful for. The rain represented the things we want to say sorry for, allowing pupils to reflect on how Jesus washes away our sins.  A storm cloud allowed pupils to think about their worries and how God can shelter and protect them. We created a rainbow as we thought about Gods promises and our hopes for the future. And finally we reflected on those around the world that have been affected by extreme weather, allowing for pupils to pray for others around the world.



Published On: December 5, 2023