Church choir tree.
Tree by a local Primary school.
Submitted by local Catholic Primary school; the tear drops have prayers on them for the healing of the world.
From a nearby church. They copied pages from a music hymn book and shrunk them - why didn't I think of that?!
Angels from the realms of glory....
A simple but effective idea from the church run playgroup - artificial flowers dipped in glitter.
Our church Prayer Shawl group meet weekly to knit, crochet, weave and sew items, praying as they are made, to bring comfort to those in need.
Angels and stained glass biscuits from our Footsteps (Sunday School) and Messy Church groups.
A hole was cut in the centre of the shortbread biscuits, crushed boiled sweets filled the hole and these then melted during the cooking.
The scouts made their own tree, as well as the decorations.
The body of this life sized angel (Or, rather, human sized - surely angels can be whatever size they want?) is made from lots and lots of paper bun cases.
Another Primary school's tree. Brought back many happy memories of past Christmases in schools in which I have taught. Who can forget those happy, excited children whose faces and hands had more glitter and sequins than the things they were making...
The east end of our church. These two trees will stay up till Epiphany; the rest were taken down after the festival.
The bellringers' tree.
And, finally, visitors were invited to write a prayer request on a star and tie it to this tree.