Amanda had the idea for a prayer bunting to hang in your home, or around your garden, as a way to celebrate the Rogation days in your family. The first page has a few prayers already included on the flags, and the remaining two pages have room to write your own prayers, and for children of non-writing age to draw their prayers. Just another visible reminder of our responsibility to pray always for our neighbors, communities, and society at large.
Cut the flags and fold them and secure with tape over some kind of string. Kabob skewers work well to hold the flags in the ground. We would love to see some of your Rogation buntings as well! Tag us on Instagram @thehomelyhours.
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