Pantomime Time For Olney


Picture top: Outside the panto at Peterborough.
Picture left, top: Some of the assembly folk after the second pantomime.
Picture left, bottom: At the coal mine.

After the pantoDecember 2012 and January 2013 has certainly been a pantomime time for the assembly at Olney, (Oh no it hasn’t, Oh, yes it has!). But, it’s just a great excuse to get together with assembly folk from Norwich and London and have good fun and great fellowship.

Our first pantomime was in Peterborough, we all joined in shouting ourselves horse as is the English tradition and our second, in Rushden, where Nat, from the Olney assembly, was actually acting in the panto.

Coal mine
We also made a trip to a disused coal mine in the North of England, currently a museum, where we descended 140 metres below ground (to get away from the cold weather). Alan Campbell from the London assembly organised the trip and again it was a great excuse for inter-assembly activity.

It was really lovely to spend so much time with the saints over the Christmas holidays, as we are small assemblies and being with those people who love God as we do is precious and really sets us up for the year of outreach ahead.



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