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| Lori Steininfer | Brownsburg
Our worship and music committee will be using these at our Christmas Eve Service as an alternative to dripping candles that are not safe for young children. Bonus: kids getting take these home to glow all night as they await Christmas morning.
| Mark | Hillsboro
We used this as a safe alternative for our candlelight service. They worked great! Safe for children to hold and bright enough to give off a flow of light.
| Debbie Arndt | Letts
Our church has a candlelight service after our Christmas program, and we used the glow sticks for the children. They were perfect!
Light of the World Snap-&-Go Sticks
| Arlene Keplinger | Bealeton
I put these in gift bags for my nieces and nephews at Christmas. They were a big hit!
Carpet and nerve saver
| Susan Baughman | Lynchburg
These will be used by the children at our Christmas Eve service, rather than giving them lighted candles. Even if they activate them early on, it will not create a problem and there will not be any spilled wax. These should work great
| Deborah Kendrick | PAINESVILLE
At our church we love these glow sticks to give to the children on Christmas Eve, in lieu of a candle, for the candlelight service. Much safer than the open flame in little hands and the kids love them too!
| Susan Kreamer | Annville
Glow sticks with a Christian message are perfect for our little ones at our Christmas Eve candlelight service.
Love this idea
| Pat Sheek | Katy
I wish I had seen these glow sticks before Hanukkah. We are a Messianic congregation (Jews who believe Jesus is the Messiah), and these glow sticks would have been perfect for gifts for the kids when we lit the Menorah. I don't know what the shelf life is for glow sticks or I would buy some now for next year. I hope CTA is still carrying these next year with the same message on the side.
Great Glow sticks
| Martha | LOUISVILLE
The church's theme for December was pushing back the darkness with light. We handed them out on Dec. 23rd and asked the children to use them at their homes during Christmas parties with friends
| Carol Ficken | Wyndmoor
I put a glow stick into a "gift" bag for each Sunday School child who came to the Family Service on Christmas Eve. When the adults lighted candles during the singing of Silent Night, the kids bent their glow sticks instead. They really enjoyed it. And when the adults had to extinguish their candles, the kids got to keep their "glow" going.