This year, Jo Jo is joined by Dave the Dog who shows us how to make a Christingle, well -Dave the Dog style! Dave the Dog collected up all the elements of a Christingle as instructed by Andy B and asks JoJo to put it together for him. As far as Dave is concerned his Christingle is the same as Andy’s, but Jo Jo has her doubts, see what you think! Christingle is the good news of Jesus in a nutshell – well in an orange – or in Dave the Dog’s case – in a lemon – Don’t ask, just watch this year’s Christingle.
BerryBunch Special Christmas Episodes Crafty Christmas with a home made nativity Art Project And a Christingle making project, with Dave the Dog helping Jo Jo construct their very own Christingle.
We created the BerryBunch.family website exactly one year ago, so thought it was time to put in writing some of what we've been doing. Everything we do online is, and always will be, free to access to everyone. We've loved building our website over the past 12 months. We never have any intentions to change this - God supplies all our needs, and has done in some miraculous ways, including the initial inspiration, and creation, of the BerryBunch.family website!
We've pulled together 5 different Crafty Christmas Videos for you; things you can make and bake and eat and enjoy and give away too. Baking, Peppermint, Icing Sugar...
In this super special broadcast, Andy B and Jo Jo take us through the Christingle. They look at the history of the Christingle, and the humble orange that makes up the most important part.
If you want to join in with our LIVE BROADCAST Christingle, this Sunday afternoon at 4pm (GMT), you won't need many things.
You can expect a BerryBunch Christingle each in the run up to Christmas - from our home, to yours. You can view from the comfort of your own home and whether you're 8 or 80, we'll have something for you to enjoy! We will, amongst other things - of course - show you how to make your own Christingle. Andy's first experience of a Christingle was when he led the team that delivered one to nearly 800 guests at a church in Hampshire. When the first candle was accidentally lit early, it certainly made for an interesting baptism of fire!