Celebrating The Seasons With Children

Celebrating The Seasons With Children is a series of handbooks written to guide you, step by step, in creating meaningful and authentic celebrations for your own family.

A simple, open and go format gives you all the information you will need to celebrate the seasons of the year. Both the natural rhythms, and also the seasons that we celebrate as a church.

Please note; Whilst Celebrating The Seasons With Children is used by secular families, and families of different faith backgrounds, these are books containing Christian themes. I understand that this is a very important matter to us parents, so please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any further questions.

Screen Shot 2018-07-22 at 10.41.47Celebrating The Seasons With Children: The Harvest Festival

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The Harvest Festival is often celebrated on the Sunday nearest to the Harvest Moon. A time of giving thanks to God for His provision; a time to acknowledge our reliance upon His world, and our obligation to care for it. We can be thankful for the bounty found within nature. It’s also a time to remember and give thanks for farmers, and those involved with the harvesting of our food, those who process and transport of our food, and those who serve us in the shops where we purchase the food for our families.

Within this guide, you will find:

  • Getting started: notes on using this guide
  • About the Harvest Festival
  • Joyfully Observing the Harvest Festival
  • Book List
  • A poem to enjoy as you celebrate
  • A piece of art to enjoy as you celebrate
  • Harvest Festival Journal Pages

Sample pages

This resource is written for a wide range of ages.

CTSWC Midsummer : St. John's Tide

Celebrating The Seasons With Children: Midsummer and St. John’s Tide : 24th June

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Traditionally, Midsummer is celebrated on June 24th, the feast day of St. John the Baptist. The sun, a burning and shining light, is at its highest point in the sky, during the heady and dreamy days of midsummer. The feast day of Saint John, whom Jesus himself described as a ‘burning and shining lamp,’ reminds us to prepare the innermost pathways of our souls, and to make straight the way for Jesus into our hearts.

Within this guide, you will find:

  • Getting started: notes on using this guide
  • About Midsummer and St. John’s Tide
  • Joyfully Observing Midsummer and St. John’s Tide
  • Book List
  • A poem to enjoy as you celebrate
  • A piece of art to enjoy as you celebrate
  • Midsummer and St. John’s Tide Journal Pages

Sample pages

This resource is written for a wide range of ages.