It’s been a busy weekend.


Friday night THRE3 were in concert at Marks Tey church at the end of a week of mission. A team from a Lutheran Church in Bergen, Norway, had been working with young people in the village for the whole week. The Norwegian young people kicked off with their band and THRE3 followed up.
Photos on Flickr

On Saturday I was in Wicken, Cambridgeshire, for the village fete where Collective were performing two short sets.

I was doing sound for them and we were based on a lorry trailer. The sun shone, lots of people came and a  small but enthusiastic crowd stopped to watch. This was a village fete to rival anything on Midsomer Murders, (though without the murders) and was packed all day. Collective went down really well, even though it’s hard work without a ‘proper’ audience as people keep walking by. However, quite a few people stopped to chat, some about God and a whole group of young people stayed to talk to the band for about 20 minutes after the final set of songs.

Photos of the fete start from here

Sunday morning and I was at Orchard Baptist Church with Tom speaking about CYO. A really encouraging morning for them, and us.

This week we’ve got some final planning to do for a new project we’re running in school. More on this soon…

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