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Notices - 18th April 2010

St Andrew’s Church Family Camp 2010
  • Venue: ParkCity Everly, Miri
  • Date: Saturday 29 May - Monday 31 May 2010
  • Registration is Open!
  • For more information please approach the registration booth after the service.
  • Contact persons: Stephen Chin
  • Registration Inquiry: Ayo
  • Email: sac_bsb@yahoo.com


Other Upcoming Events in April
  • PS1 (Pray as One) Prayer Meeting this Tuesday 20Apr @6:30pm, Church Hall.
  • Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meetings @6pm, Parish Hall (except when there’s PS1).

Foundation Course 1
  • Starts Tuesday 27Apr @8pm, Parish Hall
  • For those who want to understand Christian
  • This is a REQUIREMENT for those seeking baptism & confirmation.
  • Those interested, please register at the main entrance.
  • (Closing date: Sunday 25Apr)


Boys Brigade / Girls Brigade Enrolment
  • Sun, 2 May 2010 during the 1st English Service

Go Pink!
  • Fund Raising Project for Brunei Breast Cancer Support Group
  • Items available for purchase after service!

SAC vs SAS Badminton & Table Tennis Competition
  • SAC is recruiting players to represent & support the Church Team
  • For details contact Andrew Basir (Badminton) & Albert Banggon aka Apong (Table Tennis)
  • Sign up now!
  • Practices on Tuesday & Fridays at SAS

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