Fellowship in Mordialloc
14 December 2018 • By John Weeks • in Past Events
On Sabbath afternoon (November 17, 2018), members of the Ferntree Gully Seventh-day Adventist Church, braved the blistery elements of the foreshore of Mordialloc (Victoria). Despite the cold condition along the Mordialloc Beach, it was a time to appreciate and thank God for His wonderful creations. It was an opportunity to spend and appreciate each one’s company outside church life.
Mordialloc is a beachside suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 24 km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. Its local government area is the City of Kingston.
As the sun went down, the group prayed to God with prayers of thanks. It was a pleasant way to close the Sabbath.
Visiting a beach town is synonymous with fish and chips and there’s nothing better than closing the day with good friends with eating freshly cooked fish and chips at the local fish ‘n’ chips shop.
Here are some of the photos, taken by John Weeks, on the day…
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