Saint Faith's people were on the move on Saturday, May 21st. First of all, there was the Big Breakfast. Rick and Rosie Walker laid on breakfast in their home to raise funds for our developing campaign to support the people of Waterloo, Sierra Leone. Crosby's M.P., Claire Curtis-Thomas, brought her family, and everyone sat down to a 'full English' - or as much as they could cope with from an extensive menu, which of course included scrambled eggs (!) Chris Price's pictures below (click for larger versions) show some of the satisfied customers - and Claire about to ride home in style afterwards. She is soon to depart for Sierra Leone, with a small group including Kathy Zimak from our congregation (although not in the Morgan!). Follow this link to read about the 'Waterloo Connection' and what we, and other local churches and organisations are hoping to achieve.
Scroll down below these pictures for the second half of the 'Saturday
The leisurely Big Breakfast just left time for those who wished to get
down to Saint Faith's for the Saturday Recital. We are about half
way through the eighth season of open Saturdays and concerts in this increasingly
successful and popular series. The May 21st music was provided by Liverpool
pupils who attend the Saturday Morning Music Schools. Their String and
Woodwind ensembles entertained a big audience (the best part of 250 people
in church altogether) with an hour of varied and fine music from these
talented youngsters, and there was a retiring collecton towards the expenses
of their European trip later this summer. The pictures show both groups
in action. Follow this link for more
information about the summer concert series and other aspects of the musical
life of Saint Faith's.
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