City Workers Sing Carols

Carols for the Business Community organised by ChaplaincyPlus saw Birmingham Cathedral packed with city workers in the week before Christmas.

Chris Dinsdale (one of St John’s Living Stones), of ChaplaincyPlus reports: “We sang Christmas Carols and heard an inspiring message from Nick Cuthbert.  In his talk Nick highlighted the post modern materialistic lifestyle many people find themselves caught up in and challenged us to re-orientate our lives by considering the values and claims of Jesus Christ.”

Catch up on the service here:

Postscript from Stella: This annual event always includes mince pies and ‘mora’ juice served after the carol services.  But, what is ‘mora’ juice?  I went along to find out.  Mora is Andean Blackberry imported from Colombia by a social enterprise company, Fruto del Espiritu.  Production of indigenous fruit offers farmers an alternative so that they can provide for their families without the need to grow cocaine.  Maybe we should have this after our Christmas events at St John’s. What do you think?

For more information see the culinary website www.cordonverde.com

4th Jan 2013 Posted in: St John's Stories by Stella Jennings 0

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