Sunday 23 November 2008 was Topsy Turvy Sunday at Summerlea. The service symbolizes the upset to
the world order generated by the teachings of Jesus Christ.|
The congregation had been invited to wear non traditional clothing and to sit in pews other than their usual location. As well, anyone interested in singing in a makeup choir was invited to attend a 9:45 AM rehearsal.
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(Howard produced it - don't ask me how.)
The order of service was the reverse of the usual order.
The Commissioning statement itemizes some of
the ways in which Christ turned the world upside down.
topsy turvy choir, with some help from young Philip Freud.
For the anthem the choir included some regular choir members and some wannabes.
attempted to say the Lord's prayer, but were interrupted for frequent clarifications from the Lord (Victor White off-stage).
and played some topsy turvy music, which the topsy turvy choir seemed to enjoy.
"Who's that lady?", we said.
Helen McDowell, Agnes Cameron, Kay Charlton, and Nancy Harvey applauded.