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Worship At Junction City, Aberdeen

CHURCH SERVICE FOR THE CHINESE CONGREGATION is at 3pm each Sunday and I have been here several times.  Though I do not understand much Mandarin, their songs of worship is sweet to my ears.  :)  I can only grasp a few words here and there, I am slow in lingual, perhaps if I stay here longer, that might not be a problem anymore. :)
Getting the technical side ready for the practice.... 
Rehearsal before the service... 
And in the midst of the worship... 
Sweet voices in the church... 

Comments

  1. If you continue to attend the Mandarin service, very soon you will be able to understand and speak the language.

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  2. I have not heard this song before, and really like it! Is that your son playing the drums? Very talented, as is the lady who is singing. What a pleasure to watch.

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  3. You can't speak Mandarin? It's THE language here in Sibu, virtually everyone is speaking it - sad that the dialects are dying out because of this trend. I did not speak the language before - now I'm good at it. Forced to learn, otherwise cannot communicate with the people here, the young ones especially. They cannot speak English or Malay either.

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  4. Yes, guess you would be able to pickup the language if you listen to it more.

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  5. That means, you can't join in the singing then. Me too can't speak Mandarin.

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  6. I also attend Chinese session in church. I also don't know How to read most of the words but after few years in church, I learn to sing some of the songs in church.

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  7. Nice song and the lady has a sweet voice.

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  8. You just need to get yourself to be more familiar, that's it. :D

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  9. Hahaha... watch more China drama. Sure can learn very fast.

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