Palm crosses: the result

Home and work life will be busy this week, so the blogging will be necessarily light. I hope y’all had a stirring Palm Sunday, and great prayers for Holy Week.

Here are the palm crosses I made yesterday afternoon from the palms I got at church. Typical 30-32 inch strips, once trimmed of the very thin top pieces, made crosses about 4 inches tall. The one on the left came from thinner and — by the time I got to it — dryer material, so it split lengthwise while folding.

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Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

2 thoughts on “Palm crosses: the result”

  1. Palm Sunday was awesome… Sang “All Glory Laud and Honor” with piano, organ, and string trio accompaniment. As music goes, kind of weird for a semi-programmed Quaker meeting, but wonderful as sacred music goes. Then a sermon (title, “Being Put On Parade”) from a Muslim student from Palestine who is studying at the local Quaker college. Fascinating… And yes, there was still silent waiting on the Holy Spirit.

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