Saturday and Sunday
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The evening meal will not be a typical Australian
meal. Instead it will be a simple repast called Chapel Tea.
The history of
this is that in days past, the women of a Cornish mining community would
congregate at the Wesleyan Chapel on Sunday evenings, and prepare a traditional
meal of Cornish pasty with supporting side dishes, a dessert, and tea. The
mining community would then sit and eat together for the Sunday Chapel Tea.
Thus the church became the centre of social activities for the community, as
well as the place of spiritual worship
A bar for drinks is available
Concert Performers to be announced
The Service and the singing of traditional Cornish hymns