Children's Ministries Second Sundays Fellowship: Pretzel Making

Date: March 14, 2021
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Off-site Location

Tradition tells us that, long ago, pretzels were first made by monks in Italy, who twisted long, thin strips of dough into a shape that looked like praying arms. They were originally called bracellae, or "little arms". For a long time, pretzels were only eaten during Lent. In some countries, they were passed out to the poor during Lent. One Austrian tradition had pretzels suspended from palm branches on Palm Sunday for passerby to pick and eat. We eat pretzels any time of year now, but making pretzels can be a fun Lenten activity. A Zoom link, along with a supply list and recipe, will be emailed.

To attend this gathering, contact Cathy Portlock Pacitto via the form below for more info and the Zoom link.

To register for children's ministries at Trinity Church Boston, please fill out the form here.




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