RRT Band performs at Parramatta Mission Sydney

Plymouth Brethren Rapid Relief Team

The RRT band performed as lunch was served

We were warmly welcomed at 9:30am on Friday, 2nd May 2014 by Parramatta Mission team. After being briefed, the fourteen members of the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) set up and assisted with preparing lunch at Parramatta Mission. RRT donated, cooked & prepared 500 sausages, 20kg of onions, 300 bread rolls and bottled water. The Parramatta Mission also prepared and provided hot potato bake, peas, gravy, Greek salad & a choice of chocolate or cream sponge cake served with ice-cream for dessert. Approximately 200 people were served a meal from 11:30am to 1pm.

 

RRT band perfoms at Parramatta mission during lunch

Rapid Relief Team

Ready to serve

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61 thoughts on “RRT Band performs at Parramatta Mission Sydney”

  1. Joel says:

    Good job RRT band!
    Also well done at Seattle…:)

  2. lkjre says:

    whats the name of the last song if anyone’s still looking @ this?

    1. Joel says:

      You’re in luck! I just wanted to learn this song and remembered this band had done it! It’s Transylvania by Mcfly…one of my favourites!

  3. name says:

    Excellent

  4. pink weasle says:

    fantasic lads, keep it up!!!

    Awesome guns;)

  5. Gobsmacked from UK says:

    Admin – why no recordings ?

  6. greenlaw says:

    Excellent Guys! I wish there were more unselfish people like you out there-

  7. NandeelTheSteel says:

    Nice music! i was bopping my head at a furious rate!

  8. E says:

    hey that is awesome, could we pls hav it in mp3??? such cool music….wish we could hav it here…. awesome playing and top job guys… lov the muscles!!!

  9. Jayden16 says:

    Love the Ukelele!

  10. can we hav the musik pleeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee?
    kind regards…the person hoo rote thiss

  11. Alby says:

    The construction of the first Wesleyan Chapel in Parramatta (later the Parramatta Mission) was funded by Rev. Walter Lawry and Mrs. Mary Lawry (nee Hassall). Rev. Lawry was the second Wesleyan Missionary to NSW, arriving in 1818, and was ancestor of the Lawry family in New Zealand’s North Island, many of whom are members of the PBCC today !

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