The Tear Down
The tear down process starts the same afternoon as The Project comes home from Christ The Good Shepherd. How long this takes depends on a few factors. Such as how strong was the project built. Which in this case two steps from “over built”. Though this is on purpose. Mainly because I still have to move this from one location to the next. For Season 23 I took about seven hours over the course of two days. Pretty much on par with the last few seasons using this current template.
The one question I get asked most times is how do I feel about taking the Project down? It is truly a bittersweet moment. Each season is a chance to tell a story of parish life. A chance for me to go out into the world and share how important our faith is with everyone. Bitter because it is the end of the current Project I spent countless hours building and taking on the road. Sweet because I am wondering where God will take me next on this impressive journey. Looking forward to praying at the bricks as I work on the next Season build.
Speaking of the next build. Season 24 will start around the first week of Feb. In the mean time if you want to see photos of the tear down process. Please check out the album here (FaceBook).
How can you help?
Sometimes people want to help. At the end of the newsletter I provide a few links to the Amazon Wish List and Paypal. Or if you have LEGO you want to donate directly. Just let me know. My email address is also in that list of links.
The other thing I need is a lot of prayer for Season 24. If you missed the details in the last issue you can check that below.
Issue 15: Preludes and Prayers
A SubStack Chat?
If you have access to the App on Android or on Iphones you can get in on a chat for Praying At The Bricks. I will post photos or provide extra updates not included in the main newsletter.
A Challenge Every Season
Last year before the Season 23 build. I wrote a detailed blog post called A Challenge Every Season. It has become a good reflection on my work over all and the problems that can go into it.
A Challenge Every Season (Blogger)
We should always strive to use our talents to help share the faith with others. Even in the face of challenges that could easily make us lose hope. I face a lot in my daily life. Yet God allows me to do some stuff that people find amazing and impressive. So long as I am in service to Christ that is all that matter the most to me.
The Lego Church Project (FB Page)
Keep up the good work...lots of work...but good work.
Looking forward to seeing where Season 24 takes you!