Advent, Anglican, Family Culture, printables, Uncategorized
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A Holy Year Calendar

Isn’t it interesting that the Christian year begins the first Sunday in Advent?  What a lovely way to orient ourselves to a new year, by beginning with quietness and darkness, preparing to welcome the great light of Christ.

I painted this church year calendar for my own children, as a way for them to visualize how the changing sundays and colors of the church year correspond to the seasons.  Now that we live on a farm, I am even more appreciative of the endless sundays in Trinity, that ordinary time, that is full of the necessary and mundane business of life.  As we approach winter, with less “ordinary” work, our time is free for celebration and feasting.

Please enjoy this printable with your own family, and Happy New Church Year!

A Church Year at Home

 

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I am the wife of Dan, mother of five, and a freelance artist. My passions are faith, family, our farm in rural Ohio, and making beautiful artwork. It's even better when I can combine all four! To see more of my design work please visit my portfolio site, Esther Bley Designs: http://estherbley.com.

3 Comments

  1. Hello Grace, the free printable is available at an 8.5″ x 11″ size. The one you see in the above picture is my original painting, so it is fairly large, about 32″ x 40″. If you are interested in purchasing a large print from me, you can contact me at bley.hack@gmail.com.

    Best,
    Bley

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