The church we're in is a Church of England church, but we're friendly, so the Manchester mission sometimes holds leadership conferences in there.
Thankfully the weather in England has been really sunny these last few weeks, but the rain has started to pick up again. Right now is raining, but its not as bad now as it was a couple of hours ago. We've been able to play football (soccer) almost every day we've been here, which we can't do if it rained anytime in the last 12 hours before we start, so the weather's been sehr schön diese woche.
We don't actually wake up at 6:00 or go to bed at 10, we actually wake up at 6:30 and go to bed at 10:30(that's what's in the missionary handbook anyway). Yesterday morning, I woke up at 2:50 am thinking that it was 6:50 and that we were late to class. I jumped down from my bunk, turned on the lights, and started getting dressed, when Elder Summers sat up in bed, and, in a grumpy, morning voice said (practically shouted) "No! Turn those off right now! You need to calm down! It's 3 in the morning!" I mumbled something about thinking it was six, and he responded "why would you think that!?" Naturally I gratefully got back in bed, and enjoyed three more hours of sleep and laughing heartily about it in the morning! It was especially funny because I was talking in my sleep earlier that night.
Let the family know that I got the Dear Elder Letters from Grandma Hartvigsen, Brigieta, and Bentley today. They were sent on the 26 & 27 of april. Just so you know, they get them in Frankfurt, then they have to send them here, which takes some time. When I get in the field, it should be easier to get them because i'll be in Germany.