Monopoly without the money.

Just after lunch, the usual suspects and myself travelled into central London. The first task at hand was to finish off my Christmas shopping which was duly completed with a trip to Chappell of Bond Street. We then met up with Karen and a couple of her friends at Oxford Circus and then we split up into male and female groups. The girls continued shopping whilst the boys went off to Regent Street to look at the lights, visit the Apple store and wander around Hamleys.
We merged and met up with some more friends for a brief bite to eat, just off Picadilly Circus. We then sauntered on down to Trafalgar Square to attend a carol service held by The London City Mission (meeting a few more friends at the same time). It was a usual nine carols and scripture readings, but a great opportunity to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with passers-by.
Camberwell Evangelical church was the next port of call for a evening of food and fellowship organised by the Camberwell girls. It was good to meet with with old friends and to make some new friends and a good time was had by all.
A very good day, for which I’m thankful.

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