Third Sunday of Pentecost
Anyone Who Welcomes You Welcomes Me
Matthew 10: 40
The original of this bowl comes from early days in Egypt, long before Jesus was born.
It may have been used to bring offerings to the temple.
But the ideas of giving, welcome, and service are still important to us as modern Christians.
Buy inexpensive clear or colored plastic or paper bowls. Cut feet out of fun foam and glue to the underside of the bowl.
An older class might use glass bowls and attach feet made of bakeable clay (you'll need to make short, thick ankles for stability). Follow the package directions for baking the bowls with feet attached.
Filled with candy or cookies, this bowl makes a charming housewarming or welcoming gift.
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