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Notices - 5th September 2010

Weekly Tuesday Prayer Meetings
  • From October onwards, there will be 2 time slots on Tuesdays for Prayer Meetings (except during Pray as One, PS1)
    • Time: 6pm to 7:30pm (1st slot)
    • Time: 8pm to 9:30pm (2nd slot)
    Venue: SAC Parish Hall
  • This is to cater to those who are unable to attend the prayer meeting @ 6pm
  • Also in line with SAC’s vision to be a “House of Prayer” & our theme to GROW IN PRAYER as a church (both Individually & Corporately).
  • We encourage many to attend the new 8pm slot.
SAC Bowling Nights
  • Date: Thursday 16th September & Friday 17th September
  • From: 8pm TO 10:30pm
  • Venue: Utama Bowling Centre
  • NOTE: CG Leaders who have not booked your slots yet, please do soon!
Other Events in September
  • CSC Autumn Festival Outreach Event on Saturday 18th September @ 7pm, SAC (Bring & Share), activities incl. lantern competition, choir & children presentation & short drama
  • Pray As One Corporate Prayer Meeting, Tuesday 21st September @6:30pm [followed by leaders meeting @ 8pm after PS1 (dinner provided)]

  • Upcoming Seminars:
    • Seminar of Financial Blessing - "Prosperity through God's Word" on Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th September at 8pm at Church Hall
    • Special Meeting for Young Adults: "Leadership in the Marketplace" on Saturday 25th September at 12:30pm at Church. Register a main entrance, lunch included.
    • Training for Leaders: "Disciplemaking in Leadership" on Sunday 26th September at 3pm


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