Download report in PDF format: 2011-12-01 KWS London 4th Anniversary Celebration
After much deliberation and earnest prayer, on Saturday 9th July 2011 KWS London went for an outing to Bournemouth, marking its 4th Anniversary of the fellowship (2007-2011) in an awesome outdoor family-friendly model.
The weather was excellent, and it was a great day to get to know others, have fund, food and fellowship. As highlighted beforehand, a Coach was hired for transportation. Altogether over 25+ people were on board, joining the day out. The team set off from London around 9.30 am and reached Bournemouth (the final destination) at 11.30 am.
The KWS committee-having truly felt the essential aspect of development in the areas of physical and social for spiritual growth and wellbeing, this trip was especially designed for an out-door. In fact, needless to mention though, in a Mega-City like London everybody seems to be leading a hectic lives handing various commitments relating to work, school, and family. All these seem to occupy and engaged people’s entire day with no time for “get-together to socialize”. This outing offered a brilliant opportunity to socialize, vent out some stress, also provided a sense of peace and recreation for all.
On reaching the amazing targeted spot, everyone had an incredible moment! The place was a lovely sandy beach with stunning views of the Isle of Wight. Some played sand football, some strolling along seaside enjoying the miles of breath-taking coast line, whilst others were seating cool on a deckchair seeping wonderful drink and chatting to people around.
Before lunch period foods & drinks bought together were kept on a portable table with an appropriate cover to protect from unnecessary contamination.
A buffet lunch was served at 1.30 pm. The recipe includes Kebab, traditional Mepoh, Ngari-Singju and many more, which everyone enjoyed! This was followed by a brief photograph session. Later in the afternoon, unable to resist the temptation of the amazing sea, some KWS folks grabbed the opportunity to swim in the sea, also played on the sandy beach creating a crazy art on the sand, adding spice to the event.
At the fake end of all the activities Canon Dr David Haokip led a brief reflection session, which was concluded in prayer by Revd. Zamhao Haokip. This was followed by much awaited “Lengkhom” inside the Coach led by Mr. Daniel Haokip, Johnny Haolai, Robert Vaiphei and Nengpi Haokip keeping the trip very lively all the way until we reached back home. One of our colleagues Mr. Rickky Vaiphei said “Today is one of my happiest days ever!” Indeed, without a shadow of a doubt it was truly an enriching experience. Everyone had a blessed time, fun and fellowship, forging new relationships with the newcomers!
KWS London committee would like say a big “Thank You” to everyone for coming along to the outing and making it such a marvelous day out. Also, we extend our sincere thanks to all who constantly supports our effort through prayer.
KWS fellowship: There will be no fellowship for the month of August, however-hope to see you all in the up-coming KUT festival.
The next KWS fellowship is expected to be held on the second Sunday of September. Further details will be sent out nearer to the date.
Dr David T Haokip
Pastor Kuki Worship Service, London
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