Eugene Cho

congratulations to george and viv

Sunday was a busy but great day.  After the two morning services, I had to rush home, put on my suit and robe and headed out to George and Vivien’s wedding celebration.  George, our church’s worship director, has been by my side from the first day of Quest Church so this wedding was particularly meaningful for me. We have gone through alot together.  I have been praying and fasting for nearly eleven years – from the day I first met him – for this day to come. 🙂

As this was an outdoor wedding, many people were concerned at Saturday’s wedding rehearsal particularly since we had up gusts up to 45 mph in some parts of Puget Sound.  But on wedding day, it was calm and beautiful.  Congratulations to you both! 

Pics from the wedding for your enjoyment:

Filed under: family, religion

3 Responses

  1. Joonmo says:

    Congrats!!! I’m very happy for George.

  2. Daniel Azuma says:

    V and G, I hereby officially excommunicate you both from the Perma-Singles Club. Good riddance and enjoy the honeymoon… 🙂

  3. Becky says:

    We’re bummed we missed out on the big day. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

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