Friday and last day

We packed up and left the hotel around 9.15am and headed to Lady Selina Chapel. The roads were quieter due to be being a public holiday for the President’s inauguration and we arrived at the church at 10am, where we welcomed by Angel Alamin. The youth introduced each other as did we, then the SL youth sang a worship song, and we responded with ‘ God so loved the world, that he gave’.
Then Jamestina took us to see the work they had done on the manse, telling us they still need further assistance.
We were then given Red Snapper, chips and cuscus and a bottle of water.
James Davies, Sallu Korama and Magnus Bendu joined us before it was time to head off to the ferry.
The ferry was packed, as usual, and we were at the airport by 3.15pm, Sallu, Sylvanus, Sylvester and the drivers left us at 4pm, after Sylvanus had prayed for travelling mercies for us. We then had a three hour wait until we can check in, it is hot!
We had a good chat on the ferry with a guy, Justin Walley, a journalist from Latvia, who also joined us for a meal at the airport, and a silly game of cards. Every blessing for the future Justin.
We final check in at 7pm, flight leaves at 12.50am and arrives a Gatwick one minute past 7am… Snow flurries! Brrrrrr

About Pastor Gordon

Gordon was the pastor of Copthorne Chapel for 17 years from January 1994 until his retirement at the end of December 2010. He took over the role as chairman of the Sierra Leone Mission in June 2010. He also serves as president of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion and is the editor of the Voice magazine.
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