Your Team could be "The Golden Gate or 12 gates to Heaven. Place a medium box on table and put gold material on top of box and table, place golden chips, golden Easter Eggs, candles with pictures of gates or go get an old fence from the junk yard and spray it gold. Or even cut out a gate from cardboard and spray it gold. Don't forget about the keys. Put everything gold or brass you own on the table. This should get you started. God Bless! (03/13/2006)
Have someone sing "silver and gold, silver and gold, I'd rather have Jesus than silver and gold!" (07/24/2007)
By wanda daniels
At my church, the Courtesy Ministry has presented a Rainbow Tea for the past 4 years. The first year, members were assigned in group of 4 and given a color from the rainbow. It is only 7 colors however we change some of the colors to make sure we had food in that color. We had one of the ministers to play a part of a lost elderly lady who got off the bus and wandered into the church. The lady told the story of the reason we have a rainbow. It went over very well.
Each table was decorated in a color, it had to have a tablecloth, center piece and food in that color. Also, each table had to find a scripture that would represent that color. We did a lot of research on the net about colors and the meaning behind each color. In order to get the colored bread, it had to be special ordered from Kroger and/or Publix or a Bakery.
The next year, each group had to choose a leader and that person spoke for 2 minutes on the color. Tables were judged by presentation and information given by speaker. The next year, we chose Biblical women who represented that color. Information gathered from the net especially with the Eastern Stars. Last year, we had a baby contest. Each table was assigned a baby and collected funds and sold tickets for the baby. Hope this helps! (02/25/2008)
We held a rainbow tea at our church. The men were responsible for the blue table, we had 2 captains per color. Each color brought a desert representing their color. We had it set up buffet style where everyone ate the same, but had dessert from any color. Example red: red velvet cake. It was great. Plus we had the poem concerning each color. A speaker also. We invited 5 people per captain and we wore attire according to our color. Don't forget about the raising of money. We printed out Donation sheets and took to work or wherever. (03/19/2008)
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