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Plans for 2010

Plans & Direction 2010
  • Theme: Loving God and Loving our Neighbor
  • Matthew 22:37-39:

    “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and the greatest commandment. And the second is like it: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”

Goals for 2010
  1. Loving God- Growing our love for Jesus through daily devotion and prayer
  2. Prayer- Growing in prayer as a church
  3. Loving people- Lead one person to Christ

Ongoing Events
  • Prayer Chain- 10-16 March (in Lent Season)
  • Blood Donation- 21 March
  • Good Friday- 2 April
  • Easter Day- 4 April (Evangelistic & English combined service)
  • Overnight Prayer Meeting- 22-23 May
  • Church Camp 29-31 May
  • ‘40 Days of Love’ 4 July to 15 August
    • La Vida Carnival- 15 July
    • La Vida’s Parenting Seminar (with Focus on the Family)- 6-8 August
    • Bowling Night- Outreach
  • Lent Season- starts 17 Feb (Ash Wednesday)
  • Maundy Thursday- 1 April
  • Good Friday- 2 April
  • Easter Eve- 3 April
  • Easter Day- 4 April (English combined service)
  • Camps by Ministry
    • KOOL Camp- 19-21 March
    • YDM Youth Camp- 24-27 March
    • GIGSA & CSC- Camps for youth and children

Major Events Link to direction
  • On Prayer
    • PS1- every 3rd Tuesday
    • Prayer Chain- 10-16 March (in Lent Season)
    • Overnight Prayer Meeting- 22-23 May (link with GDOP)
  • On Loving God and people (outreach)
    • ‘40 Days of Love’
    • CG- every 5th Thursday to be outreach night
    • Services, especially Easter and Christmas (Note: ministry team)

40 Days of Love
  • Date: 4 July to 15 Aug 2010 (over 6 Sundays)
  • Theme- ‘Loving God and Loving our Neighbor’
  • Programs
    • 40 days (6 Sundays) Sermons on theme
    • 40 days CG Word on same theme
    • 40 days (6 Thursdays) of experiencing Care Group
    • 40 days devotion on theme
    • Special programs in the 40 days, e.g., outreach, community projects
  • Special programs in the 40 Days
    • La Vida Carnival- 15 July
    • La Vida’s Parenting Seminar (with Focus on the Family)- 6-8 Aug
    • Bowling Night- Aug


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