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Notices - 9th May 2010

St Andrew’s Church Family Camp 2010
  • Venue: ParkCity Everly, Miri
  • Date: 8pm Saturday 29 May - 1pm Monday 31 May 2010
  • Registration is Open!
  • Only 5 rooms left, so HURRY, Register Today!
  • For more information please approach the registration booth after the service.
  • Contact person: Stephen Chin
  • Registration Inquiry: Ayo
  • Closing Date: TODAY
SAC Pray As 1 (PS 1)
  • Date: Tuesday, 18th May 2010
  • Time: 630pm
  • Venue: Church Hall
  • Prayer Changes Things!
Church Wedding Requests
  • Members who wish to get married in church are reminded to give at least 6 months’ notice in advance to the clergy (Rev Johnny or Rev Andy).
  • This is to allow time for marriage preparation.
CSC Children Camp 2010
  • Date: 4th June 2010
  • Venue: St Andrew's Church
  • Order Your T-shirt today! $10/shirt
  • All proceeds will go to the children camp. You may place your order at the main entrance after the service.
  • Today is the last day for orders!
GDOP Prayer Service
  • Brunei Darussalam joining the Global Day of Prayer 2010
  • Date: Saturday, 22 May 2010
  • Time: 8pm Saturday, 22 May to 12.30am on Sunday, 23 May
Happy Mother's Day
  • To all Mothers, SAC Church Office would like to wish you "HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!"


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