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Christmas Cheers To Hope, Lotus, Lighthouse.....

ON TWO FINE MORNINGS AROUND 8.30AM, OUR CAROLING GROUP SET OUT AGAIN...

The places we went to are Hope Haemodialysis, Comfort Home, Lotus Home, an elderly couple's house, Lighthouse, Chinese Med Hospital and Daybreak.

At each place, we sang a five to six Christmas songs, some of them include Joy To The World, O Come O Ye Faithful, Drummer Boy, O Holy Night, Go Tell It on the Mountains, Angels We have Heard On High among the twelve songs we have chosen and ends with We Wish You A Merry Christmas with cheers and wishes!

We spent some time distributing some cookies and lingering with the people for a short while before proceeding to our next venue.  It was a fun and cheery day for all of us, though of course, by the end of the day, we were feeling very exhausted.  No doubt about that, we are no more "spring chickens" but nevertheless, our voices and laughter do not tell on us.  LOL.....

All in all, we visited around seven venues on three different days.  This is the first time for me, going round and singing carols, how did I feel?  One word.... Wonder-ful!!

Before setting out and after prayer at the church compound... 
At the Hope.... 
Seriously singing and our crazy stint once it was over.... 
At Lotus Home.... 
Getting ready.....
At the Hospital Lobby... 
At the Lighthouse in Old Town.... 
Part of our group... 
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS
AND A BLESSED NEW YEAR!!

The End....

Comments

  1. May God bless all of you for spreading the word, joy and love to so many places!

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  2. God bless all of you, joy to the world!!!

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  3. Beautiful smiling faces doing God's work!! What a wonderful ministry this is at Christmas!! I know that all of you being there will maybe be the only Christmas some of these people have. Our church used to carol every year, then return to the church for hot chocolate and cookies. For some reason, we have not done it recently. And that makes me sad.

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  4. Merry Christmas and Happy 2018 to you and your family.

    The satisfaction in bringing joy and cheer to the less fortunate cannot be bought with money, it can only be earned.

    God bless all of you.

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