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Asian Christmas Celebrations at St Andrew's

There was a huge Christmas party held at the St. Andrew's church hall on 21st December, which included Christmas carols, a Christmas message and Asian food. The superintendent minister, Rev Nick Blundell, did the opening prayer for the Christmas programme. In this programme, we prayed for the people in Great Britain, for the Government and for Queen of Great Britain as well. We pray that God will give her long and healthy life. 

People from all over the England attended this party and also people from other faiths were present. They also took part in the Christmas carols. 

We received the following letter from the Christian village in Pakistan, which we support:-

“Dear friends,
Firstly we like to wish you a very happy new year! We pray that this year brings a lot of happiness and peace into our lives. We really appreciate and thank you for organizing a huge Christmas present for the poor Christians in Shanti Nagar. We would like to thank those in charge of St. Andrew’s church, Rev Nick Blundell, the Senior Steward, Martin and whole of the church congregation.  We are really thankful to everybody and admire the hard work which is done by St. Andrew’s church. This shows that we Christians in Pakistan are not alone and we will always have people of God who will look after us.”

Saleem D, St. Andrews


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