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Notices - 27th June 2010

TUG Outreach Events
  • Special Events being organized:
    • TUG Youth Connect on Sat, 26 June 2010
    • BIG SCREEN Telecast of selected matches
  • The Prize DVD – The story of how six football heroes have followed the ball to the ultimate prize – and new life. Featuring: Marcos, Lucio, Kaka and others. Available for handouts & giveaways @B$2 each
  • Come and Make this World Cup an Outreach Opportunity!
  • We Were Made For Relationship
40 Days of Love
  • We Were Made For Relationship
  • "NOTHING MATTERS MORE THAN RELATIONSHIPS – and no one understands them better than Jesus."
  • "A forty-day journey (study by Rick Warren) that will bring new health and richness to marriages, families, friendships, and all the relationships in our lives."
  • Date: 18th July - 4th September
  • Inviting all of you to be in this 40 days study in small group or care group.
  • Registration starts on Sunday 20 June.
  • 40 Days of Love Session Titles
    • Love matters Most
    • Loving is Patient, Love is Kind
    • Love speaks the Truth
    • Love is Forgiving
    • Love is Not Selfish
    • The Habits of a Loving Heart
Combined Churchs Prayer Meeting
  • Date: Friday 9th July 7:30pm
  • Venue: St Andrew's Church, Church Hall
  • ALl are welcome to participate
La Vida Carnival
  • Has been postponed to mid-November
Other Events
  • Leaders Training: Friday 2nd July @ 8pm Parish Hall
  • Baptism at 2nd English Service: Sunday 4th July
  • Pray as 1: Tuesday 20th July Pray, 630pm to 745pm
  • Basic Teach on Prayer and Worship for beginners (Session 1 & 2):
    • Date: Tuesday 20th & 27th July
    • Time: 8 pm to 10 pm
    • Venue: Parish Hall
    • Open for sign-ups at main entrance)
  • KOOL Amazing Race
    • For children in Year 1 - Year 7 (Primary 1 - Form 1)
    • Parents please regsiter your children

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