Celebrating the Solemnity of the Ascension

The Ascension is falling on May 13 for the year 2010. This is the day that we celebrate Jesus’ ascension into heaven!  To read more about the ascension, click here. Here are fun things you might do to help your kids remember this day.

I also think it would be so much fun to serve these 
heavenly jello treats from Huber Hof Academy

Sermons 4 Kids.

The word “Tiramisu” actually translates from Italian
as “lift me up” therefore making it a wonderful treat for
the ascension! Find a simple tiramisu recipe here.

How cute is this ascension centerpiece from
Our Domestic Church? And so creative!

Comments

  1. These ideas are great thanks Lacey,
    We seem to always be able to rely on you for something fun to do.
    God Bless, Robyn

  2. Amazing_Grace says:

    Those Heavenly Jello Treats are out of this world! :)

  3. Kristi says:

    These are awesome!

  4. Gardenia says:

    great ideas!

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  6. "Hunie" says:

    I LOVE THESE IDEAS!

  7. Melanie says:

    I couldn't get blue jello at the commissary, so we made some Ascension Cookies.
    Many Blessings,
    Melanie

    http://www.homesteadmel.com/3/post/2010/05/post-title-click-and-type-to-edit.html

  8. Raquel Beatriz says:

    Hello!  I just found your blog and I love it.  Its so nice to find young mothers (I'm 25 too) who are so passionate about their faith.  I'm sorry to say I don't see that a lot around here but hopefully its just because I haven't found the community I'm looking for.  God Bless you and your family. 

  9. Hi Lacy, I’m having a hard time accessing the jello recipe. It looks wonderful and my kids love blue jello! Love the ideas. I’m looking for Mary paper dolls if you know of any. I’ve found a few that I can order. Should have looked at that ahead of time instead of the day before :)

  10. Hello, I’ve recently discovered your site and love it! What wonderful ideas! I would really love to try the Heavenly jello, but I can not access the recipe. Is it possible you could post the info?
    Thank you very much :)

    • Sorry the link is broken. I don’t have my own directions for that right now.:-(

      • Hi! Just because I noticed someone else was also wondering about the jello, I thought I’d let you know what I found on the net:
        Basically make add 1 cup of boiling water to jello and stir to dissolve. Then add about a cup of ice per box of jello used, and stir about 5 minutes until thickened. Layer it in your dish with dollops of whipped topping, pushing the topping against the sides. Then more jello. That seems to be the jist of it. Can’t wait to try it!