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Notices - 17th October 2010

SAC PRAY AS 1 (PS1) Monthly Corporate Prayer Meeting
  • This Tues, 19th October
  • @ 6:30pm, Church Hall
  • We are seeing an increase in the numbers at Tuesdays Prayer Rooms. We encourage more to attend.
  • Power change the destinies of individuals & nations.
  • Lets continue to pray for Revival & 'Signs & Wonders' to happen in our midst.

La Vida Family Carnival
  • Date: 16th November (Public Holiday)
  • Time: 12noon - 6pm
  • We are looking for good and re-usable Clothes, Toys, CDs, Books, Magazines, Sports Equipment etc., for La Vida Garage Sale.
  • Please drop items off at Church Office on Week-days or Sundays. Contact person is Andrew Basir
  • Final Date for Collection is Sunday 7th November.

SAC Chorale
  • The Chorale will present some attractive Christmas music as part of its next presentation later this year.
  • We are inviting keen singers from Any of our congregations to join us on this occasion.
  • Practices will be over 4 weeks on Wednesday nights.
  • Please speak with a Choir member or Garry if you are interested.

Other Upcoming Events in November
  • Gotong Royong (voluntary clean-up of SAC Church compound & premises, part of community service) on Friday, 12th November from 2pm to 5pm.
  • Healing Meeting from Thursday 25th to Sunday 28th November.

Walk for Health & Stay Active
  • Organise by SAC Trekkers
  • Sunday 7th November 2010 @ Tasik
  • Walk in the Park (W.I.T.P) for Children & Seniors
  • Eagles Nest Trek (E.N.T) for the Fit
  • Meeting Point: 3:30pm @ SAC
  • Registration with T-shirt $10 for kids & $13 adultsby TODAY!
  • Or $1 for walk only by 30th October
  • Open to families, friends & everyone
  • Flyers located at main entrance.

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