As the seasons change and we move into warmer—and windier—weather, host a family ministry kite-flying event. Here’s all that you need to know for putting on this sky-high event.
Spring + Summer Family Ministry Event: Kite-Flying Event
The Set Up
Send out an invite to families. Have them bring kites to a large field or park that’s free of trees and power lines. Families can take turns flying their kites. You can even use this event as an outreach to new families.
Serve everyone diamond-shaped cookies decorated with colored frosting and sprinkles—and don’t forget to add licorice whip kite tails to the cookies.
A Short Devotional
Close with a short devotion about how the Holy Spirit can be our “wind” to pick us up so we can soar.
A Quick Tips for Hosting a Kite-Flying Event
- Assemble kites according to the directions, or they may not fly.
- Check wind speed. Wind that’s 5 to 25 miles per hour is best for kite-flying.
- Don’t fly kites in inclement weather. Rain or lightning is dangerous to kites — and kite fliers.
- Never fly kites near airports, close to power lines, or over roads.
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