Monday, 8 December 2014

Trelawnyd Carol Service


It's a bit of a local blog entry today as I promised I would big up the village carol service which takes place this Friday night at the Church. I am working that night so won't be going, but I am calling all Trelawnyd folk to make the effort on these cold dark night and attend.
The congregation will be using our slow cooker to keep the mulled wine warm ,
I have already been reminded to make sure there is no remnants of chilli con carne on the inside of it! ...as there was last year!
Everyone's a critic!

26 comments:

  1. I wish I could be there John, although it would be a but pointless if you wre going to be on duty.

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    1. I will go to the Xmas eve service pat!

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  2. There's a Czech guy in Vienna who brews a range of 7 beers in his pub which is called appropriately the Seven Stars, (Sieben Stern Brauerei) and one of the beers actually contains chili. I've never tried it myself though.

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    1. I guess it can go with anything.l..chocolate is supposed to be good too

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  3. Maybe the carolers can have the chili option? Be good on a cold night.

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    1. And get EM all crying during sadder carols

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  4. Working...again...save yourself a glass of mulled wine (or two!)

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  5. Carol must have been much loved if the village is to stage a concert in her memory at Christmastime. I find that bits of old meat add body to one's drinks.

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  6. You nearly always add a detail which transforms a pedestrian item of information into a subtle insight into the human condition. (Or at least yours!).

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    1. Very kind of you mr philip

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  7. Aw how I wish I was at the Carol Service. We miss this being in the boondocks. In SA these services are held early in the evening the church is packed and the outside temperature is 35 deg Celsius! I love the idea of mulled wine even with the remnants of chilli in it. (thus spake the vegetarian! LOL) xxx

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  8. If we could all be there, the church would be filled to overflowing.

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  9. Hey, you were just adding a bit of spice to the mulled wine!

    Hope you have an easier shift than the last one.

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  10. If the wine is red, I see no problem with chili remnants. But, for the critics have a strainer at the ready.

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    1. Well mulled wine is supposed to be spicy is it not?

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  11. I wish I could be there.

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  12. Hahaha! Oh well, chili is considered good roughage, is it not? :)

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  13. Chili flavored mulled wine! I feel a trend coming on!

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  14. Was there this year? Too bad you will miss it.

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  15. If I lived closer, i'd go!

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  16. I agree. If I could go, I'd be there for you. Hope your night is an easy one, John.

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  17. Remnants of the chili in the mulled wine, oh ick. Just the idea! I would love to fly in from California to attend the services. Our church just announced a great idea, our Christmas eve service offering will all go to Turkey and our people there to help the refugees from Syria who are in Turkey.

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  18. Sounds warm and cozy!
    I LOVE the
    De-
    cem-
    ber!!

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  19. I've heard of mulled wine, but I don't know what it is. I'm tempted to Google it for a recipe and serve mulled wine on Christmas Eve.

    Love,
    Janie

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