O'Sheas Pub and Grill in Hurst, TX.
Here's Charles Thorton giving the great message.
Charles is a fantastic communicator, and he was certainly in his element that night. Mm.
The band played some good songs, two by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, at least one by MUSE, and -would you believe?- one by Nancy Sinatra ("These Boots are Made for Walking") and then a couple of Christian songs. (I got some of that info from Barris Ayres who sat with us... I'm clueless on MUSE tunes (though I'd heard their name), but I definitely knew the Nancy Sinatra song.
So you could tell the event was for all ages.
And it was a GREAT event.
And that O'Sheas has delicious food!!!
We got the potato skins, which were the best I'd ever had (but I haven't had a lot), and we saw some people get delicious-looking burgers, pizza and chicken fingers.
I want to go back, just for the food, if nothing else.
The service was put on by Fellowship of the Parks. They usually do it once a month, but I don't know their upcoming schedule.
I so think it's where Jesus would go and have an Easter service, don't you?
Here's a picture of her finding one of those treasures....
Now we're each at our own homes, resting.
I LOVE RESTING!!! (but only after not resting)
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I hope you've had a Good Friday.