Okay, so what’s Wimbledon, a jug of pimms and Great Britain got to do with Christianity and evangelism? A good question!

If you remember from last time, I shared the Rock Chicks concept with you. In a nutshell it’s where a mix of your Christian friends and non Christian friends get together for a themed meal and have a real giggle.

The theme this time was Great Britain. As I have a passion for all things Wimbledon, and the party fell during Wimbleodn fortnight, I coud not resist the temptation to mix the two.

We had a ball, literally, sharing stories, getting to know each other and living the gospel as we built bridges with those in our community who don’t how much fun being a Christian can be.

Why not have your own Rock Chicks party, pick a theme and then invite as many friends as you can? It really is a great way to introduce women to a God who loves us with a passion and wants to be part of our lives. My menu is below just to give you some ideas.

Welcome to a quintessentially English afternoon tea on a Wimbledon whim!

A selection of dainty sandwiches on white and oatmeal bread:

Choose from:

Ham and tomato
Tuna, light mayonnaise and cucumber
Grated red Leicester cheese and onion
Hand made kettle crisps

Followed by:

Strawberries and cream
An assiette of home made fruit scones, fondant fancies and chocolate coated flapjacks
Home made fresh cream victoria sponge cake

And to drink…

Pimms no.1 with limes, strawberries, raspberries and lemonade
Shloer
A pot of afternoon tea
A cafietere of coffee

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