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Notices - 13th December 2009

Christmas Services
  • Christmas Eve Svc
    • English Service
    • Thurs 24 Dec 2009
    • @10pm
  • Christmas Day
    • English Service
    • Friday 25 Dec 2009
    • @815am
  • Christmas Day
    • Chinese Service
    • Friday 25 Dec 2009
    • @1030am

New Year's Services
  • New Year’s Eve Service
    • English Service
    • Thurs 31 Dec 09
    • @ 10pm
  • New Year’s Eve Service
    • Tamil Service
    • Parish Hall
    • Thurs 31 Dec 09
    • @ 1030pm
  • New Year’s Day
    • English Service
    • Fri 01 Jan 2010
    • @ 8:15am

Flowers & Breakfast Sponsors for 2010
  • We are looking for sponsors for Flowers & Breakfast for next year 2010.
  • Those interested to be sponsors, please fill in your details & choice of dates on the Breakfast OR Flowers List at the main entrance. Thank you
  • Please contact Church Office for details
  • Our heartfelt Thanks & Appreciation to all who contributed this year.

Christmas Bowl "Bless the Community"
  • Closing date: 20 Dec 2009
  • Christmas Cards & Decor for sale & Christmas Bowl Gift Catalogues are available at the booth outside after both services today.
  • Thank You!
    • Thank you to all who took time & effort to make Christmas Cards & Crafts for sale.
    • We also like to thank everyone of you for your kind support in buying the Christmas Cards & Décor.

Answered prayers / testimonies
  • Anyone who has answered prayers or testimonies of what God has done (also from the recent healing meetings), please write or share with us:
    1. Blank Testimony Forms are available at the main entrance or collect from Church Office; or
    2. Email: sac_bsb(AT)
  • (Psalm 118:1 – Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; his love endures forever)


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