Theology of the marshmallow tower?

Family Fun at St Mary’s on Saturday 18 June, from 10 am – 12 noon.
Take a look here:

At least one of the planned activities looks as if it might be as much fun for parents as for children, if not more so: building a marshmallow and spaghetti tower.
Looking around the web for pictures of this, it seems that the Triangle is a favourite construction technique. It must have been echos of the recent Trinity Sunday that suddenly added a new dimension…

Some towers were tall but distinctly wobbly-looking; others not so tall but firmly based. Which one would survive a good shaking?
As someone probably already said somewhere: there’s theology in everything.


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2 Responses to Theology of the marshmallow tower?

  1. Doris Robinson says:

    sounds like the houses built on the sand, but these can be eaten. the message digested!


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