Posted: March 2016
The Coverdale Puppets contributed to the Mothering Sunday service with their take on the parable of the Prodigal Son, 'Pig Sick'. It reflected the message of our loving Mother and Father God always being ready to welcome us back home.
The day before, over 60 people from the under 6s to the over 60s attended a one day Puppet Workshop led by the Liverpool-based group. They all had lots of fun in learning the skills of how to use the puppets. These skills were on display in an impromptu show at the end of the workshop and in the Sunday service.
For more information on what Coverdale Puppets have to offer, click here for their website.
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