Palm Cross Making – April 7

Palm Cross

Have you ever wondered how St. Margaret’s gets all those little palm crosses that we are given on Palm Sunday?

Have you ever stared in amazement at a palm cross and wondered just how it’s made?

If you answered yes to either of those questions–or even if you answered no–you have the opportunity to learn how they’re made and to help make them this year.

Join us in Karns Hall after both services on Sunday, April 7, and learn how to make them. Doris Green and Chet Hecht will demonstrate the art of making a palm cross, and then everyone can help make the supply that we will need for our Palm Sunday services this year.

It will be fun, and as the saying goes, “Many hands make light work.”

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Jim Duke is the Public Information Volunteer for St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Palm Desert. In this role, he is Editor-in-Chief of St. Margaret's News, Podcast Creator and Host of "St. Margaret's in a Minute," coordinator for local media relations and assists with the management of St. Margaret's web site and social media accounts.