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Notices - 15th August 2010

  • Banns of Marriage
Pray As1 Corporate Prayer Meeting
  • Date: This Tuesday, 17th August 2010
  • Time: 6:30pm to 8pm
  • Venue: SAC Church Hall
  • (All are Welcome to participate)
  • Please be reminded weekly Tuesday Prayer Meetings are ongoing @ 6pm at the Parish Hall.

Blood Donation Day: donate blood and save a life!
  • Blood Donation Day, This Friday 20 August (9am to 11am) @ Parish Hall
  • To know the estimated number of who will donate, we need donors to register at the main entrance.Thank you
Ladies Night with Joyce
  • 7pm on Saturday, 4th September 2010
  • Dinner followed by talk.
  • Tickets available after the service today @ BND15 each.
  • Get one today, & invite your friends to attend!

The Boy's Brigade
  • The Boys’ Brigade employ the Scriptures and trust God to use it to mold and change lives.
  • The Brigade is looking for SOMEONE, with a desire to lead boys to Christ, to take up
  • ‘Christian Education & Study of Biblical Character’ on Sunday afternoons.
  • Please call OR SMS Walter.

Other Announcements
  • Condolence Notice
  • Collection for Pakistan Flood Victims
    • 14 million people are affected by the floods,
    • More than 700,000 homes are damaged and destroyed
    • At least 1600 people have died from the flooding.
    • Over 50 percent of the country inundated, causing widespread loss of crops. 
    • 80 percent of farm livestock has been lost.
    • More than 1,000 children with illnesses such as gastroenteritis.
    • Fever, stomach problems and skin diseases are spreading among Pakistani flood victims
    • Waterborne diseases & other illnesses on the rise.
    • Farms and infrastructure were badly damaged.
    • Worst natural disaster in Pakistan's 63-year history.
    • U.N. officials have launched an appeal for $460 million in aid for Pakistan.
    Besides needing our prayers, they need:
    • Food, Shelter, Medical Care, Clothes, Clean Drinking Water & Sanitation.
    • Pray that aid will reach the people affected quickly, even to those in villages & remote areas
    • Donation box is located at main entrance, your generosity towards this cause is appreciated


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