There was no place for them in the Church of Fjell

There was no place for them in the Church of Fjell
From the Christmas Mass at Kolltveit School.

On Monday, the priest of Bir (Hjemdal) and proper church teacher Søgnie Nilsen were present in the gymnasium of the Kolltveit school.

Before they headed to their Christmas speech, there was a sing-along with “A Child Is Born in Bethlehem,” a reading of the Christmas Gospel and “We Light the Candle Tonight.” The church’s pastor and voice teacher also spoke about what we know as the Christmas Gospel, but they returned to creation to present the long lines of salvation history.

Adina Cordelia Frances Mamo (left) and Sunniva Vikingsen Skogestad.  - Click for large imageAdina Cordelia Frances Mamo (left) and Sunniva Vikingsen Skogestad.

– It was wonderful to read the Christmas Gospel. But the Bible begins with creation. This large Christmas ball looks like a globe. The priest said that God loves the whole world.

But God said, “Do not eat from the tree of Paradise.” “Here I have an apple,” said Sogni, pointing to Autumn.

By decorating a small Christmas tree with Christmas balls, glitter, an apple, an angel, and a cross, the two showed the story of salvation from creation, the birth of Jesus, his death for sins, and his resurrection.

Mayor Tom George Endrevik attended Kolltveit School for six years and wished everyone a Merry Christmas.  on the piano;  Ragnhild Beland.  Ina Viken was the translator.  - Click for large imageMayor Tom George Endrevik attended Kolltveit School for six years and wished everyone a Merry Christmas. on the piano; Ragnhild Beland. Ina Viken was the translator.

Mayor Tom George Endrevik was also present at the Christmas Mass at Coltveit School. Here he spent his first six years in primary school. He was not particularly impressed with the Christmas tree the priest used to visualize the message.

“Whatever Christmas tree they have this year, it is more beautiful than what the priest found,” the mayor said and wished everyone a Merry Christmas.

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Later this week and next week, Knappskog, Ulveset and Skålevik schools will also hold a Christmas Mass at the school. Although there will be no room for students in the church this Christmas, it is expected that there will be a traditional Christmas Mass in the church next year.

Here are several pictures:


Text and photo: Vijlic Brykki

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