On Sunday we drove 4 1/2 hours to Bucherest to visit a young church, 4 years old.
I was fascinated by the sights in the city. The Christmas lights were blue & white ‘trees’ strung across the street. Snow had accumulated on them, but I can just imagine they were pretty when it got dark and they were lit up.
The meeting place for this church was in a new skyscraper owned by one of the members. They could meet here, rent free.
The elevator was state of the art with mirrors on the sides and ceiling.
A lot of the members are young university students and they bring their friends to introduce them to the good news of the gospel.
They had a dedication for this baby as part of the service. And then a wonderful message from John 9, or was it 10?
Paul liked this semi trailer rig advertising for Orange tour. He wanted to make sure I got a picture of the front grill. I thought the circular windshield and wipers were amazing.
This was another building that took my camera’s eye. Coca-Cola!
We passed this lady on our way to lunch and she was still there when we came back. I was glad that she was eating a plate a food and it looked like she also had warm clothes.
Our host was Sorin with his wife Naomi & daughter. He intrepreted the church service for us and gave us a glimps of the work of the church there in Bucherest.
Wouldn’t it be fun to have a ride in a Smart car?
We got back to “The Potter’s House” a little late but in time for the evening church program.
Gabi & his bride Anna Mary visited us yet after church. They are the recipients of a wedding gift, a picture painted by my niece Claire Bleu.