What Is a Church Rainbow Tea, and What Does the Colors’ Spiritual Meaning Mean?

A church rainbow tea is a mother-daughter or women-only tea event organised as a fundraiser, charity event, or women’s ministry gathering by the church. There are at least seven tables, each representing one of the seven rainbow colours. Each hue represents a different promise or facet of God.

The colour red represents the blood shed by Jesus as he died on the cross to atone for humanity’s sin. Yellow is the colour of God’s flawless brightness, sunshine, wisdom, and clarity of thought. Green represents everything of God’s creation and nature, while orange represents creativity and rebirth. Blue is a colour that denotes water, baptism, and spirituality, as well as the promise that Christians will enter Heaven. Purple depicts Jesus’ willingness to give up his throne in exchange for persecution so that humanity can enjoy the greatest of life’s promises, while white represents purity and how Jesus’ death and resurrection provided humanity a chance at righteousness.

A rainbow tea’s table or colour section is competing for an award for the best design or concept. On a red section table, the food, tea, and decor correlate to the allotted colour, such as red flowers, raspberry tea, and strawberries. A rainbow tea frequently includes crafts or activities like singing or silent auctions.

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Misha Khatri
Misha Khatri is an emeritus professor in the University of Notre Dame's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a BSc in Chemistry and Mathematics and a PhD in Physical Analytical Chemistry from the University of Utah.


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