St. Paul’s Children’s and Youth Ministries are collaborating on a Lego® building project, Lego My Bible, on Thursday, September 21 at an intergenerational pizza-and-salad dinner in Colhoun A, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Parishioners, children and youth of all ages and their families will use the building blocks to depict stories from the Bible.
“All are welcome to join us for dinner, where we’ll use Legos to make Bible stories come to life,” said the Rev. Lauren Villemuer-Drenth, Director of Children’s Ministries. “Groups will create their vision of the story, with no pattern to follow or picture to recreate–just a wondering and creativity that come from the heart. We’ll grow closer together while everyone–even non-creative types–will have fun and enjoy the fellowship.”
All Lego creations, along with a summary of the Bible story depicted and a prayer, will be displayed in a Prayer Walk and a Lego My Bible Museum later in the year.
Families with Lego-brand and Lego-compatible building bricks they are no longer using are asked to donate them to the church for the project.