Blogs and News - St George's School For Girls, Edinburgh
As part of their topic on Christianity, the Primary 3 girls walked from school to Murrayfield Church to learn more about the internal and external features of a church.
We enjoyed seeing the stained-glass windows, climbing into the pulpit, pretending to be the choir and ‘baptising’ babies from the font!
Here are some of our favourite things:
I liked going up on the balcony because I seeing if the shape of the church was a cross. Poppy
I enjoyed looking at the stain glass window because it was really pretty and they explained a story from the Bible back in time. Violet
I liked going in the pulpit because it was fun and you could see all the way to the back of the church. It was fun because you felt as if you were floating. Lucy
I enjoyed the darkness because it was cool and mysterious. Julia
I liked seeing the font because I liked how there was a secret lid on it. Isabelle
I liked going into the choir room because it had the atmosphere of being religious and good. Bronwyn
I liked being up in the pulpit because I didn’t expect to see a TV there! Esme
I liked the stained-glass windows because I liked how they told a story. Madeleine