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This month we’ve had our first meeting for nine months! Admittedly, it was a ‘Zoom’ meeting, but 26 of us were able to spend time together – worship together, chat together, laugh together and enjoy each others’ company. Let’s hope it won’t be too long before we are able to meet again in person at St George’s in Worcester.
Here are some excerpts from the gathering:-
We had a version of a well-known carol with several of us singing. Why not join in? . . .
We were treated to a new song from Sue:
Last year Shefalie wrote a beautiful poem – Mary’s response to the Angel’s visit to her. She read it to us . . .
Just before Shefali’s poem, there was a brief picture of a nativity scene. In fact, this is an altar frontal created by the craft group at St Peter’s Church, Ipsley (in Redditch).
In preparation, many of us had created origami angels before the meeting and these were displayed (see November Journal for instructions).
Vikki produced a very impressive macramé angel.
Instructions for this can be found on YouTube. Click the link below if you would like to see them.
We were able to sing along to another song, led by David . . .
No Kingdom Arts meeting is complete without soup from Jan; and although we could not taste her offering, we could follow her instructions and make our own.
Instructions can be found on the BBC Good Food site. Click the link below if you are interested.
If you prefer a demonstration, who better than ‘Jan the Chef’ to explain how to make your soup?? (Sorry the sound isn’t too good).
Soup demo – Part 1
Soup demo – Part 2
We finished with The Blessing from Sue
The meeting ended with plenty of chatter and smiles, with everyone looking forward to the next time together.
A Christmas song from David