Use our popular serviettes to get the message across when giving out
free mince pies at your Christmas service or outreach event. Each
serviette carries the message: ‘Why do we eat mince pies at Christmas?’
as well as a short evangelistic message and details to find out more
about Jesus. Colour: White with red/green text.
Size: 33cm sq, 2-ply
Wording as follows:
Why do we eat mince pies at Christmas?
The very first mince pies were actually filled with meat that had been
shredded into little strips, called shred pies, and were often shaped to
look like Christ's manger. After 1660 the pies became more like those
enjoyed today, and often carried a star in the pastry, after the star of
Just a tradition, then, like Christmas?
Yes, except that Christmas, far from just being a story, marks a turning
point for mankind - the birth of God's son Jesus. His life, death
and resurrection have changed human history.
How do I find out more about Jesus?
Ask at your local church, or contact the Christian Enquiry Agency at
Freepost WC2947, South Croydon, CR2 8UZ. You also might like to visit