More than 140 guests enjoyed a night of dancing, singing and music at Trinity Pasadena’s Indonesian gala dinner in October.
The event was also an opportunity for guests to learn new skills, with each person at the dinner given a one note Angklung – an Indonesian musical instrument made of bamboo tubes – and shown how to play a few songs.
But it wasn’t only the talents of the Indonesian community that guests were treated to, they also enjoyed a four-course meal and some wonderful fellowship. At the end of the night, everyone was up dancing, with age proving no barrier.
The Pasadena congregation is blessed to have many members of the Indonesian community in Adelaide worship at the church and funds raised at the gala dinner will support programs within the Indonesian Christian Fellowship of Adelaide.
October was a busy month for Pasadena, as it also hosted a high tea and bridal parade, which 150 people attended, far exceeding expectations.
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