As usual, there was an assortment of booths providing delicious multi-national foods. Hawaii food was newly introduced this year! There was also a familiar Korean dish, Jijimi, that it is said “if you eat it from one side to the other ... your stomach will become tough” (laughs), but it's also a bazaar and you always tend to eat too much! As usual, we had prepared Vietnamese miscellaneous goods, handmade handicrafts, houseplants, handmade sweets, cards, handicrafts, etc. at the St. John's booth. There was also a mini concert in the cathedral. The delicious scent and wonderful music invited us to visit ours neighbor’s booths, and were able to have cordial exchanges with the local people.It seems that the bazaar is a place where people who are usually interested in the church but have difficulty entering have a lower threshold and find it easier to enter. The church bazaar is a good opportunity to interact with the local community and, at the same time, focus on our world's neighbors. The proceeds of the sale will be donated to children in poor countries through the Fuchu City Council of Social Welfare and Child Fund Japan. Thank you to all of the Bazaar Executive Committee members. In addition, We wish all those who participated receive God's blessings ...✝
I am the vine, you are the branches; he who abides in Me and I in him.
Just as the Father has loved Me, I have also loved you; abide in My love.