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By: WebmasterDate: Nov 28, 2018 Tags: School News
We are incredibly blessed to able to share the true meaning of the Christmas at Plymouth Christian. We kicked off the season last week when our secondary art students, along with their teachers, decorated the PCA Christmas Tree in Plymouth’s Kellogg Park. The process began several weeks earlier when the students gathered with staff and teachers to determine the theme. Once that was decided, the plans got underway with the making of ornaments and gathering of supplies. Reflecting the overall spiritual theme for the 2018-2019 school year, the tree’s theme is “Ambassadors for Christ”. The tree is covered with ornaments that share scripture about being ambassadors, locations of mission trips PCA students have traveled to, both near and far, and “world” globe ornaments to reflect that we are commanded to go into the world and share the gospel of Christ. To view the full album of pictures from decorating day, visit the PCA FB page HERE.
If you’re visiting the Christmas trees in Kellogg Park, take moment to grab a photo with the PCA tree. Share your pic to social media and tag Plymouth Christian Academy or use #PCAChristmas. You’ll be entered into a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card that will take place on December 20. Merry Christmas!
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