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Fellowship Lunch With Pastor From Malaysia

THERE ARE NOT MANY MALAYSIANS IN SACRAMENTO, according to my sister... I mean, she does not have many Malaysian friends and she gets all excited if she comes to know there is any... So far she knows only a few, only three or four... and she gets to know them through her hair stylist!  She is a Vietnamese lady and when she comes across any Malaysians customers who visit her saloon, she will connect them with my sister... LOL.. Great, huh!

And recently, my sister is so blessed to get to know a Malaysian Methodist Pastor, yes, through the hair stylist.. LOL... They managed to contact each other and met up in church and soon after that, they keep in touch with each other.  It feels wonderful to have your "own countrymen" in a foreign land, speak the same kind of lingual and of course, not forgetting the Malaysian Food that they used to talk about and miss... LOL..

We attended the church service one Sunday and yesterday, we were invited to go to the Pastor's house for a light snack before proceeding to Happy Corner restaurant for bonding and fellowship!
Finger food with sparkling wine... Cheers....
Yummy food from Happy Corner...
Sweet sour fish fillets, Beancurd with salted fish,  
Fried Hor Fun, bitter melon with chicken,
Minced meat wrapped with fresh lettuce...
With Pastor Gail...
Thank you for the Blessed Lunch, Pastor, Jason and Siew...
We indeed had a wonderful time with the fellowship and "Foodieship!"


Comments

  1. How wonderful!! The hair stylist should get extra tips, ha ha!

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  2. Nice. Good to get connected with fellow Malaysian.

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  3. Sweet and sour looks good. I wonder how much one has to pay for a plate like that over there.

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  4. So nice of the hair stylist. So the pastor is now a pastor of the church there?

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    1. Yes, she is pastor of one of the Methodist churches here...

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  5. It's nice to meet fellow Malaysians when you are abroad :)

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  6. I thought the word pastor is used for males only. Is there a word such as pastress? An online search reveals the word pastress means female pastor. Hah, so there is such a word.

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  7. Love all the dishes you all ordered at Happy Corner, nice fellowship and foodieship, haha

    I like the last group photo

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