Posted by: sammerz | 01 November, 2008

Judith & Xing-Kai’s Wedding

Judith was from PLC, Steph’s high school; while Xing-Kai was from MHS, my high school.  It has been a while since I’ve caught up with Xing-Kai (to my memory it was a catch up in June 2007, with Robbie).  It was even longer ago since I’ve seen Judith!

The wedding was held at St. Aidan’s Uniting Church in Balwyn.  I was asked by Xing-Kai on Monday to help with the song leading.  Hymns…. hmm, I wasn’t good at them.  Hymns have too many verses – and I was becoming increasingly stressed towards the end of the worship session!  During the singing, either I was going too fast or the organist too slow – it was hard to keep in time!!  With that aside, the ceremony was simply fantastic.  Both the bride and groom were glowing with much joy.  The absolutely brilliant and well-organised reception following was held in the Alto Room at Langham Hotel (with no less than 3 speakers repeating word-for-word: “How stunning is the bride?”).

It seemed not too long ago when Jingers (Xing-Kai), Robberz (Robbie) and Sammerz (me) were pulling pranks at high school… now we’re grown up(?): Jingers leading the way with his marriage, me not too far behind in getting engaged, and Robbie not too far behind either(? =P).

And yes, as per SGS tradition, we must mention the food – it’s good here!  Well done on the food and venue selection, X&J! =)  Congratulations again – and may your marriage be a seriously fun one!  Cheers!

Photos below…

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s

Categories

Aussie Gaijin

Japan adventures, experiences, food and more

Fan Into Flame

Thoughts, musings, reflections and challenges from an evangelical pastor in Sydney longing to see revival in his generation

Tim and Ale's Blog

It was God who brought us together

T 4 JC

It was God who brought us together

dGm

Journey of marriage between Daniel & Maria, with GOD in the centre!

Theology Matters

Faith Virtue Knowledge

Running my race

It was God who brought us together

Following His Footsteps

It was God who brought us together

It was God who brought us together

KinesisOnline

one life… one chance… one God…

Mark Conner's Space

It was God who brought us together

steph's blog

The fearless heart is not the one that dares to break the rules but the one that dares to obey the Lord.

%d bloggers like this: