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SWISS CHURCH IN LONDON AND ANTON MOSIMANN TO RUN WORKSHOP AND LUNCH FOR COVENT GARDEN'S HOMELESS

Added: (Thu Apr 11 2002)

Pressbox (Press Release) - On Saturday 27th April, The Swiss Church in London, in conjunction with world-famous London-based Swiss chef Anton Mosimann, will be hosting a Workshop and Lunch for the homeless in Covent Garden. The Ambassador of Switzerland, His Excellency Bruno Spinner, will attend the Workshop and Lunch.

Being held at The Swiss Church in London in Endell Street, Covent Garden, the attendees will be drawn from the homeless community in the local area. It is expected that between 80-100 people will attend and will be able to participate in a workshop run by Anton Mosimann and a team of chefs from his exclusive dining club, Mosimannís.

In the cooking workshop, Anton Mosimann, his chefs and the participants will prepare a lunch that will comprise a starter of Minestrone Soup followed by Oriental Chicken with stir fry vegetables. For dessert, the chefs will prepare an Apple and Blackberry crumble.

The Swiss Church in London has a close relationship with St. Mungoís Hospice, also located in Endell Street, with the City Swiss Club raising money for the Church in order to organise different workshops (such as video, photography, arts and music) for the residents of the hospice. The Church believes that it is not only a church for the Swiss people, but has a responsibility within the Borough of Camden for the homeless, drug addicts and young people on the street.

The Swiss Church in London, founded in 1762 as "Eglise Suisse de Londres", has contributed to the welfare of the Swiss Community in London. The Swiss Church is a Christian congregation that offers people opportunities to meet and worship together, to discuss questions of life and to support each other. The Swiss Church offers a place of worship, a place to celebrate life and to express sadness, a place to meet socially, a home for various groups, and a place to express art in its various forms.

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