Saturday, December 19, 2015

At a major London railway station...

...we gathered to sing carols. The singing worked well, and there was enthusiasm and goodwill among the teeming crowds of passengers: we raised a good sum of money and we got lots of  indications that people were enjoying it all.

There is enthusiasm for Proper Carols: people like The First Nowell, Once in Royal David's City, Hark, the Herald Angels, Silent Night, We three Kings and Away in a Manger...

We had carol sheets, and we stood in choir formation to sing (it's hopeless if you spread out), and we gave of our best.

We in the LOGS, thre ladies group of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, enjoy doing things like this, and afterwards we enjoyed ourselves some more over a good supper and much talk and laughter.

Funds raised will go to charity. Carols sung will have given praise to God and spread goodwill on earth this Christmastime.

1 comment:

Elizabeth said...

No photos??