Monday, March 18, 2013

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day

As in previous years, we gathered yesterday on the Lord's Day for our fellowship tradition in Protestant opposition to the Catholic Saint Patrick's Day, wearing our orange colors. Some time ago, Protestants in Northern Ireland and Scotland took the color orange in honor of William the III, also known as William of Orange, and for his stands against the Roman Catholics, especially on July 12, where he defeated the antichrist Roman Catholic forces at the Battle of the Boyne (see the "Antichrist" section on our "Soul Info" page regarding our belief that the Pope and Roman Catholic Church are the Antichrist and religious system of Antichrist).

And here are just a few pictures of the time of food and fellowship:

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Fellowship Men

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Women and Children

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Young Ones

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Fellowship Men Again

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Women and Children Again

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day More Women and Children

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Meal

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Desserts

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Getting the Food

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day More Getting the Food

Orange Day 2013 - Ain't Patrick's Day Fellowship Meal


We stand once again with those brethren throughout time who oppose the antichrist Roman Church, and we remember the martyrs of the faith throughout time.

-- David

2 comments:

The Barn Swallow said...

The place of fellowship is really coming together, and YUM O on the Reese Peanut Butter Cups.. My Favorite

David and Susan Sifford said...

Hi Barn Swallow,

Actually, the place we meet at has sort of been like it is now for several years, but we are thankful to have a place that we can all gather.

Thanks for saying hi!

-- David