Tuesday, March 03, 2009

DAY #3: WEDDING LUNCHEON @ CHURCH OF THE RISEN CHRIST, TOA PAYOH, SINGAPORE


Breakfast was at the usual place we had for the past couple of days... it was a matter of convenience rather than anything else. Took at cab to the church, and told the driver: "Church of Recent (sic) Christ." You know, born-again thingy, I thought. The cab driver was as clueless as us. Anyway, we got there without hiccups.

The church's pulpit was one floor up, while there was a small function room with kitchen at the back on the ground floor; this was where we had the after-wedding luncheon. This church is a conservationist of sort, allowing people into the church 15 minutes before service; that's when all the lights and air-conditioners were turned on. And right after service, cleaners promptly performed their duties before the place was shut down until the next mass.

Photos by Sean


There was plenty of food to go around... way too much! Sometimes you wish wedding functions could be as simple as this and be done with - without any grand finale of a wedding banquet. Catering was done by Neo Garden Restaurant.

P.S. If you game for free food, next time stroll into one of these church events as if you were one of the invited guests, and enjoy food at your leisure, like one local who came in shorts, round neck 'T' shirt and slippers, and confidently sat in the middle of the room and tucked in his food.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Haha, have you seen the merlion that have been struck by lightning?

Kong-Kay said...

duh?

Anonymous said...

It is on th news that Singapore's iconic Merlion statue was damaged by lightning on 7/3/09 afternoon. Some said this is a bad omen for Singapore.

Kong-Kay said...

double duh?

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