Colourful competition helps young people Grow in God

Posted by Rachel Brittain on Thu, 01 Jun 2017 | Bookmark: digg this Post this to del.icio.us Post this to Facebook

The CMSI offices have been inundated with bright and colourful competition entries for the 2017 Children’s Resource – Growing in God. It has been so encouraging to see the effort and creativity over 200 children have put into their entries.

All the entries have received a certificate for entering the competition and we have awarded multiple prizes for the age groups as there was such a high standard.

Under 5 Competition
Winner
Harry Simpson – Inch Parish

Highly Commended
Sophie – St Colman’s, Derrykeighan

5-7 Competition
Winner
Peter Harrison – Donegal Parish

Highly Commended
Abbey McKelvy – Christ Church, Bessbrook
Danny Burke – St Andrew’s, Killyman

8-11 Competition
Joint Winners
Amelia Clarke – St Paul’s, Kildollagh

Lauren Bond – St Paul’s, Kildollagh

Highly Commended
Patrick Jacobs – Boyle Parochial National School, Roscommon
Aaron Dugan – Inch Parish

11+ Competition
Winner
Scott Peeke – St Luke’s Mullaglass

Highly Commended
Laura Parker – Bryansford Parish
Holly Best – Christ Church, Bessbrook

A special mention goes to The Senior Class from Kildollagh Parish Sunday Club who completed a Prayer Tree Interactive display in their parish. Parishioners and sunday school members added prayers to the tree every week. They sent us a photo collage of the Prayer Tree.

A big thank you to all the gifted and talented Sunday School teachers who have helped this resource to come alive for their children and young people. We hope you have all enjoyed learning about God and the Church in Kenya.

You can still order Growing in God resource materials or give feedback on this year’s resource. Any entries sent to our offices will still receive a certificate.