This weekend turned out to be rather busy! On Friday evening, we had our ‘Clerks’ night. That was good fun, the Clerks films are great (if not for the faint hearted!).
On Saturday, we did a bit of shopping in the morning, and in the evening went round to Wivenhoe to see the Eurovision with a few other people. I did enjoy the evening, although it did inspire me to write a rant about the Eurovision (see my previous post).
On Sunday, we went to Fordham in the morning, and then in the afternoon I did some preparation for the home group study I’m leading on Thursday on 1 John. I’ve never noticed it before, but there are an awful lot of similarities between John’s Gospel and 1 John – it would be interesting to do a proper analysis one day! Anyway.
In the evening, I went to the 6:00 service at Fordham which incorporated Bach’s Cantata for the fifth Sunday after Easter. It was played and sung by the Curlew Ensemble, a local group of musicians. They were really good – it was lovely! They did a similar thing on New Year’s Eve this year, but we weren’t able to attend. I’m glad I went yesterday, and I hope there will be more like it!
Afterwards, we had a few people round for the unveiling of the first episode of Phil P and Alex’s series, “Tales from the Devil’s Armpit”. It was a good evening once again, Phil P and Alex had done a good job with the script, and Alex had done a good job with the editing. So, well done!
Right, I think that’s just about everything for the time being. Until next time…