Friday, 21 January 2011

December 2010


December was something of a disappointment due to the adverse weather conditions! Several events were cancelled and several more were severely reduced in attendance.

The bible fellowship on Tuesday 7th was cancelled due to the snow. The Fair Trade Cghristmas Fayre on the 11th was cancelled because the visitor with the stuff for sale was unable to get her car out, although the coffee morning did go ahead for those who could get. A few hardy souls managed it!

The Advent Carol service on Sunday 12th was led by Rev. Alan Hindmarch.

Carol singing with the Salvation Army was a success on Wednesday 15th, but a severe frost on 16th reduced the attendance at 5 courses and carols somewhat. Nonetheless, those who made it enjoyed a meal of: Christmas trees with golden apple dip; Egg mayonnaise crown; Shepherds pie, roasted parsnips, sprouts and carrots; Christmas pudding and cream; Cheese board, tea and coffee.

Sunday 19th was another extremely cold day, and many people decided that they did not wish to risk falling on the ice. By the afternoon, Mayfield Road had been gritted and a number of people made it safely to the chapel.

Monday 20th was the day for singing round the area, and we visited a number of our regular sites, as well as singing outside the local coop.

Saturday 25th was the culmination of our celebrations with the Christmas day service at 10-30a.m. led by pastor Jonathan.

1 comment:

Whitey Lawful's Blogspot: The spirit of the law is greater then the letter. said...

Hello,

Anyone that eats shepards pie--is surely of good taste.

In bondage not to the law; but in its fulfillment--i am liberty in Christ. Still there are those that seek legalism to supress themselves, perhaps fearing that they might fall or be license.

Wesleyan regards,
A Stranger