King of Peace Episcopal Church

Epiphany
Burning of the Greens

On Sunday, January 6, we celebrated the 12th Day of Christmas with a burning of the greens on the church grounds. Though there is no religious significance to burning the Christmas trees, it did give us a good excuse for a bonfire, oyster roast, low country boil, an extra chance to read the story of the three wise men, and just having a good time.

Watching the fire   Burning a Christmas Tree   Emily with a marshmello

Jason holding Mark by the fire   Low Country Boil   Mark and Elissa at dinner

James and Griffin eating dinner   Jason selecting from potluck    Eating potluck in the church

Devon makes a face on seeing oysters   Oyster with hot sauce

At the bonfire   Watching the bonfire   Devon and Blake cooking hotdogs on the fire

Mark West chopping wood   James and Griffin with the fire

 

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