Wednesday, December 24, 2014

A Super Christmas Program

Did any of you get to see a children's Christmas Play this year? Our Sunday School Children gave us a fun one Sunday morning. Cordelia' part was to be Super Girl!

Yep. That is right. We got to see her be a little tiny Mary one year but this year she was Super Girl. The play had all the usual characters... Joseph, Mary and shepherds and such. 
I remember one of the shepherds complaining about his friends being at Starbucks while he was there cleaning sheep poop.  It maybe wasn't your typical Christmas Play.

The play was about the Super Heroes worrying because they had heard of a new super hero to be born. Like all of us, they were worried about how the newcomer would affect them.  Besides Super Girl, we had the Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man,  and others. 

As we know, Jesus is the Light of the World. I enjoyed Cat Woman talking about those lights you can never catch.  Get it? Think flashlight shining in the floor and wall... A kitty chasing it? 

The best part of the play for me was seeing Cordelia...



And Elise exclaiming, "Delia is a Super Hero! She saves the day!" She said it all with such adoration, it was adorable. I wish you could have been there.



Happy Christmas Eve!

3 comments:

Maria Rose said...

So sweet!

Mary Lo said...

It was a wonderful Christmas program - great twist to the Christmas story. I was a bit partial to the Hulk, but all the super heroes and more traditional characters were awesome. And, really, aren't we all so thankful for the super hero/super power who meets us every day, right where we are and when we need Him the most, with grace upon grace and love unbounded? -Mary

Mary Lo said...

It was a wonderful Christmas program - great twist to the Christmas story. I was a bit partial to the Hulk, but all the super heroes and more traditional characters were awesome. And, really, aren't we all so thankful for the super hero/super power who meets us every day, right where we are and when we need Him the most, with grace upon grace and love unbounded? -Mary

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