The Rt. Revd. Warris Masih, the Moderator’s Episcopal Commissary to the Diocese of Delhi delivering the Sermon
This year The Epiphany Church Garden Fete took place on the ninth of November, 2014. The Guest of Honour was The Rt. Rev. Warris Masih, Moderator’s Episcopal Commissary to the Diocese of Delhi. A fun filled day, it was an occasion when many people got to meet each other after a long time. There were a number of food and games stalls and lots of fun filled activities like Tambola, musical chairs, and to top it all the Raffle Draw. The Convenor of the Fete was Noel Chandekar, and the Fete was conducted under the guidance of the Presbyter in charge, Revd. Sunil S. Ghazan. The Rt. Revd. Karam Masih also graced the occasion. Without saying more, I have pasted below a few photographs on the occasion.
Welcoming the Rt. Revd. Warris Masih
On the dias
From the left you have Mrs. Helen Harrison, Hony. Secretary of the Pastorate Committee, Ordinand Sachin, The Rt. Revd. Warris Masih, and Noel Chandekar, the Convenor
The Cash counter was handled by these three stalwarts!
Mr. Vijay Dass of The St. James Church, Delhi regaled us with some golden numbers of yesteryears
The Rt. Revd. Karam Masih and The Rt. Revd.Warris Masih discussing a point.
The Kadhri Chawal was the best of its kind!
Keema Poorey, the ultimate in rude food
At the St. Crispin’s school stall
Russian Roulette, any takers?
Mrs. Scott and her Grand daughter
Enjoying the exclusive food on a platter!
At the Raffle counter
A meeting of old timers?
How was the Chicken Stew? It was wonderful, amazing, you should have tried it!
The lead drummer happened to to be a nephew of mine!
The Stalwarts of the White Elephant Stall
Friends indeed! That is me on the left and Nitin Baliley on the right!
A Family indeed gathering
All smiles on being included by a friend in a candid moment!
My uncle and Aunt, Eric Lal and Edna Lal, whom I love so much!
Feeding Hungry Doremon!
A Prize for the winner! Sanjay I Lal announcing the name of the winner.
Memories are made of these, Mrs and Mr Andrews
A word of appreciation for the chicken stew which was highly appreciated!
Yes, even he had fun, even if it was with a simple whistle!
All set for the Tambola Game to begin!
The stalwarts of the Youth Fellowship; they did a wonderful job!
Preparing the Brochures
At the Raffle-Ticket counter, Mr. Massey and Mr. Lall
Waiting for the Raffle Prizes to be announced!
The proud winner of the first prize, Mrs. R. Pitamber
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