A Snowy Sorry
- Twigs – twisted willow sticks or twigs from another tree
- Vase with pennies in the bottom to weigh it still
- Cut out icicles, laminated
- Damp cloth or fragrance free baby wipes
- Whiteboard pens
When snow first falls, it looks fresh and clean before anyone else has touched it or walked on it.
Christians believe that when we say sorry, God forgives us and makes us clean and fresh like the white, untouched snow.
Is there something you are sorry for? Take one of the icicles that are pegged on the tree and write or draw what you’re sorry for and tell God about it. When you’re ready, wipe it off with a cloth and peg the icicle back on the tree.