Easter Education Stand
The Tower Hamlets Christian Prayer Group marked Easter by having a stand in the reception area of the council building, Mulberry Place, in the week leading up to Easter. The stand was situated right by the turnstiles where everyone enters the building and so was very visible!
On the stand, which was not manned continuously, were Easter eggs for people to take away and a range of free resources explaining Easter.
The pictures show some of the group members around the stand, and examples of some of the materials available for people to take away. Contact sheets were available, for people to express interest and receive information about the group. There was also a box for prayer requests, which was filled by the end of most days.
The Sefton Council Christian Workplace Group put on a varied Easter display for staff at the Council - as suggested by their Personnel Manager!
And the winner recieves a The Real Easter Egg from the meaningful chocolate company?
We wanted to do something different and memorable and fun that would last. Easter eggs get eaten and forgotten...
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