Christmas Eve is going to look a little different this year. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, many churches are making arrangements to host online Christmas Eve services. At C3, we are planning to host 2 Christmas Eve services. One service will be a traditional, taking place at 4:00 p.m. The second service will be our kids service at 3:00 p.m.
While I (Jay) am a huge fan of the Christmas Eve service, I am really looking forward to our first online Christmas Eve service for kids and families.
This year has brought with it, so many new things. One of the biggest adjustments we have had to make, as a family, is the online church experience. Yes, we have watched online services and various pastors teach on video for years. But watching those videos was in addition to our regular worship experiences at our home church. Now, we're watching our home church on a regular basis.
Worshipping together online is not the same as
Lesson one: Push the pop stick into the cookie cream filling and cover the cookie and around the stick with melting chocolate. Then let the cookie and chocolate cool and harden on wax or paraffin paper.
Lesson two: With a few dabs of melting chocolate, place the candy corn around edge of the cookie and let cool. The more corn placed closer together looks better. Breya's turkey look way better than Jay's.
The best thing about making these treats is the experimenting and learning as you go. We will definitely make this treat again.
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