It was a day of birdies and eagles… and aircrew. In an effort to forge friendships, the aircrew fellowship organized a mini golf outreach on 24 October at Lilliputt Indoor Golf at Playground @ Big Splash.
This event attracted 18 aircrew members and three children. It proved to be a day of fun, laughter and bonding for both the young and old.
The vision of the City Harvest Aircrew Fellowship is to reach out and strengthen the bond among the aircrew community in the church. The participants — novices and experts alike — pitted their skills in a friendly mini golf challenge. The kids also had their shot on the green.
Bobby Jones, one of the greatest golfers of all time, once said “Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots — but you have to play the ball where it lies.”
The nature of the game certainly allowed for life stories and experiences to be shared among these friends. With new friendships forged and old bonds strengthened, the event was a great success.
Tee Wai Wai, the event coordinator, said, “The outreach was very effective: new friends came and the casual atmosphere allowed them to fit in almost immediately. In fact, two new friends have joined the aircrew members’ cell group after this event.”
Whether in the skies or on the green, looks like the Aircrew Fellowship is flying high.