By Lillie from Missouri City, TX
http://girlsteaparty.wordpress.com/ ... great-ideas-for-a-rainbow-tea-party/
above is a link I found.
Also, go to Biblegateway.com to look up verses...maybe search the word "promises", as the party is a celebration of God's promises towards us!
Off the top of my head, I would do: New Living Translation: Ephesians 2:10 For we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago."
I would have the theme as "God's Masterpiece" and have "canvases" in frames around and let the kids write in different colors of the rainbow markers/crayons different promises the Bible says about them (maybe after a teaching on it?). I'd talk about the Artist's color plate and how just like God does in our lives, he knows what colors to put where to make a masterpiece.
Hello, I am making these rainbow cupcakes for Easter. They are easy and so pretty. I think they would be a hit! http://familyfun.go.com/recipes/taste-a-rainbow-cupcakes-842128/
I'm not a practicing religious person but I do believe in God. Didn't Noah have a rainbow after the flood receded? Cut out watermelons to look like Noah's ark and fill with melon balls, cut out little windows on the side and set little animals on a crafted ramp going up to the door. Rainbow decorations, and print out small pictures of some type of Noah's prayer for seating places or name tags. It's endless. Deby
The Bible verse can be found in Genesis 10:8-17. A fun idea for clouds and the rainbow is to have kids help by pasting cotton batting onto paper plates and hand different colored paper streamers at one end. You can get more detailed depending on the age of your kids helping.
I have never done a rainbow tea party and I was chosen to be a team leader. I'm needing help with the whole project. My colors are gold and we would also like to put a skit together. I could use help with my biblical theme and my table decorations but I especially need any ideas you have for the color gold.
Torri from Houston, TX
By wanda daniels
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)
My church is planning a rainbow tea and I am chairperson on organizing and getting things together. Where do I start? I need ideals on getting people involved, entertainment, food, etc.
Darlene from Stony Point, NC
I want to know how to make this year's rainbow tea at my church different. I have just been selected as the president over the women's ministry. Our colors are yellow, green, purple, and orange.
Sharon from Waco, Texas
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