Advent Candles Coloring Page Worksheets

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Advent Candles Coloring Page Worksheets are 8 per page and are great for the children to color while listening to Christmas stories. The Advent Candles Coloring Page Worksheets are 8 per page and are great for the children to color while listening to Christmas stories.



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Make your Christmas more meaningful with these Advent Candles Coloring Page Worksheets!

Summary: The Advent Season is the four-week period when Christians prepare for Christmas. At this time, people make wreaths and candles. The Advent Wreaths symbolize the endless love Jesus has, and the Advent Candles symbolize anticipation, faith, joy, and peace. The candles consist of three purple candles, one pink candle, and some people add one white candle. This season is the chance for the family to get along while doing many meaningful activities together.

What is an Advent Candle?

Advent means coming, and it is a crucial time for the Christian. This period marks the countdown before Christmas, Jesus' birth. The Christian start to prepare their arrangement for Christmas Day during this time. This meaningful time usually starts on the Sunday nearest the 30th of November or four weeks before Christmas Day. This year, it begins on Sunday, 27th of November until Friday, 24th of December.

During this precious period, people usually decorate their houses with green wreaths on their windows or door. They also put four candles in the colour purple and pink. These wreaths are not merely a decoration but also a symbol of Jesus' unlimited love for the Christian. Meanwhile, the candles represent Jesus as the light in the darkness. People usually lit the candles one by one each week until all four candles were blazing. On Christmas Eve, some people put a white candle in the middle of other candles to note that Jesus is with them.

What is The Meaning of Four Advent Candles?

Each of the four candles that represent Advent has their meanings. There are three purple candles and one pink candle. The purple colour represents a time of prayer, penance and sacrifice. The Christian will ignite the first purple candle that symbolizes hope in the first week. It is also known as the Prophecy Candle to commemorate the prophets, especially Isaiah. This candle represents the anticipation of Messiah's coming.

The second candle is also purple, which represents faith. This candle has another name which is Bethlehem Candle, as a remembrance of Marry and Joseph's trip to Bethlehem. In the third week, we will light the pink candle, which symbolizes joy. It is also known as Shepard's Candle and is supposed to remind us of the happiness of Jesus' birth. We light the purple candle again on the fourth week to commemorate our final week of the precious period. The last purple candle is called Angel's Candle, which symbolizes peace. Nowadays, some houses put one white candle in the middle of the wreath on Christmas Day to represent the life of Jesus.

Why Putting Advent Candles is Essential?

The Coming of Jesus time is such a meaningful period time for Christians. It also remarks on the first day of the new Liturgical calendar, which is the start of the preparation period for the nativity of Jesus Christ. The Advent period is the time for reflecting on how Christians prepare their souls and houses to welcome Christ's birth. It is also a chance to remember the blessings through prayers, reflections, music, and good deeds. This meaningful event offers us a break from things like parties to commemorate the birth of Jesus. You can introduce your children to this holly season with our Advent Candles Coloring Page Worksheets.  

What are the Fun and Meaningful Christmas Activities for Children?

You might want to fill your children's Christmas holiday with something exciting yet meaningful. Here is a list of activities you can do with your children to make their holidays more purposeful.

  • Pray with your family for those who have nothing and are lonely.
  • Ask your family to join a volunteer activity, such as helping in the soup kitchen.
  • Write a letter to the grandparents or family members who live far away.
  • Visit a nursery house and ask your children to have a conversation with the elderly who live there.
  • Accompany your children by making Christmas cards for neighbours, friends, and other family members.
  • Buy a toy as a Christmas gift for children who have nothing.
  • Make a prayer journal.
  • Teach your children about donation.
  • Use our Advent Candles Coloring Page Worksheets to have fun activities in your winter season.

What is The History of Advent Candles and Wreaths?

Advent comes from the Latin word 'adventus', which means coming, arrival, or approach. During the Advent period, Christians usually make wreaths and candles. These traditions are presumed to start in Germany. The Historians stated that pre-Christians in Germany would make a wreath and put candles around it. They do that in the dark winter while anticipating the lighter and warmer spring season. This tradition then evolves into the Advent Wreaths and Candles we know these days.

How do We Prepare for Advent Season?

Since Advent day is coming, you might want to prepare yourself. Actually, there are no necessary routines you should do, but you can use this time to equip yourself before Christmas. You can start to pray more and go to Mass more often. The Confession room is always open, and making a confession can clean your soul and help you to stay in peace. If your schedule is packed, you can try the online Mass. Making Advent Wreaths and Candles also can be a choice since you can enjoy this activity with your family. 

 

 

 

 

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