Do you need a Church Christmas Tree?

Setting up a Christmas tree can be a time-consuming activity, no matter what type it is. Natural trees will require stabilizing, something to support them, and water to keep them looking pristine – and there’s the constant issue of needles falling to the floor.

Artificial trees bring their own issues with complicated construction methods and the possibility you could build the whole thing upside down.Then, in the middle of all this you have to find somewhere to store it in your house when you’re not using it.

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The product is durable, elegant and an absolute time saver. It only takes a few minutes to setup, and it won’t shed any needles (or branches). You can even take it down and store it away in just a few minutes.

What’s more, our tree is made of high-quality materials that will last for years – meaning you’ll save money in the long run.

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Other Christmas Tree Ideas

Some churches have forsaken the traditional Christmas tree and have chosen something more modern and minimalistic. Flat trees connected to a wall are popular for saving space – they can be constructed simply from a vertical piece of wood to act as the trunk, with crossbeams of different sizes (small at the top, wide at the bottom) to provide the shape of the tree.

Pop-up trees made of tinsel or lights can also produce a great effect, and it all depends on the look you are going for.

Christmas tree festivals within churches have also been popular in recent years with a selection of trees presented for viewing. Each will have a special meaning and can have a story attached, providing an excellent way to welcome people to church who may not usually visit.

Picking a Tree for Your Church

As the holiday season approaches, many people are faced with the question of what type of Christmas tree to get. Whatever type of tree you choose, make sure it reflects your personality and the spirit of Christmas. Have fun with it, and enjoy the process of decorating your church for the holiday season.

For the majority of churches, it is vital that you have a tree. It’s a centrepiece to the Christmas celebration, and something people expect to see even more than a nativity scene. Make sure you get the correct size of tree to fit your area, and try to make it really stand out with some extra ornaments.

As you pick out your Christmas tree for this year, think about what it symbolizes to your church. It’s a good idea to have the tree in the main entrance area, but if that simply won’t fit then find somewhere prominent where everyone can see it!

And above all else – enjoy yourself whilst decorating. No matter how old you get, it’s always nice to have the ‘Christmas Magic’ at this time of year.

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