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Notices - 14th November 2010

Healing Meetings
  • Date: Thursday, 25th & Saturday, 27th November
  • Time: 8pm
  • Venue: Church Hall
  • (No Care Group Meetings that week)

21st November - Bishop's Annual Visit
  • 745am
    • 1st Service English & CSC confirmation
    • Congregational photo
    • Bring & Share breakfast
  • 1030am
    • 2nd English Service
    • Congregational photo
  • 3pm
    • CSC service
  • 6pm
    • GIGSA confirmation service
  • 8pm
    • Tamil service

2nd Annual Parents' Appreciation Dinner & Awards Nite
  • Date: Friday, 26th November 2010
  • Venue: i-Lotus Restaurant
  • Time: 7 to 10pm
  • Youth Ticket @ $15
  • Child Ticket @ $7
  • Parents Free!

KOOL Year-End Celebration
  • Date: Sunday, 28th November 2010
  • Time: 2:30pm – 6:00pm
  • Stadium Restaurant
  • Registration : $2 for KOOL / $3 for Parents/Friends

SAC Christmas Bowl Catalogue
Life saving gifts
Inspiring gifts
Hope giving gifts
Life changing gifts
  • Give Gifts to Share the Gift of Love, the Best Gift of all
  • In partnership with World Vision
  • Bringing Christ love to Bless the needy in our community
  • By getting involved to make quality Seasonal Crafts and Cards for sale to raise funds
  • Sign up at the main entrance of the church or with church office Closing Date for sign-up is today!

9th SAC Fellowship Gold Felloship Tournament
  • Venue: Pantai Mentiri Golf & Country Club
  • Date: Friday 26th November 2010
  • Tee off 1pm – Short Gun
  • System 36/Stroke play
  • For more info, call John Chia or Koon Yong

Other Announcements & Events in November
  • Today
    • Subscription for Devotionals – booth outside after service (Closing date for sign-up today!)
    • No Evergreen Meeting this afternoon & next Sunday. The last meeting for the year will be tomorrow 15th November
  • 21st November, Sunday
    • “Bring & Share Breakfast” after 1st English Service.
    • Photo-taking Sessions by congregations to coincide with Bishop’s visit & SAC 60th anniversary at present site.
    • English & Chinese Confirmation Service on Sunday 21st November @ 1st English svc. All Candidates & their Witnesses to arrive by 7:30am. (GIGSA confirmation is 6pm)
  • 22nd November, Monday
    • Nativity Play @ St Andrew’s School Hall @ 7:30pm
  • 23rd November, Tuesday
    • Pray As One (PS1) @ 6:30pm, Church Hall
    • Weekly Tuesday Prayer Rooms are ongoing @ 6pm or @ 8pm at Parish Hall on Tuesday 16th November
  • 25th November, Thursday & 27th November, Saturday
    • Healing Meetings @ 8pm, Church Hall.
      (Note: No Care Group Meetings during the week)
  • 26th November, Friday & 28th November, Sunday
    • Last day of meeting for Girls’ Brigade & Boys Brigade respectively.
  • 28th November, Sunday
    • Chorale Sunday - Christmas Music @ 1st English Service
  • November / December
    • Flowers & Breakfast Sponsors for next year 2011 is open for sign-ups. (Clipboard is located at the church main entrance).
    • A warm "Thank You!" to all who have contributed this year

Thank You!
  • "Thank You!" to all who helped out in the Gotong Royong on Friday 12th November
  • Thank you everyone from the SAC Trekkers for joining us for the "Walk in the Park" & "Eagles Nest Trail"; Sam Lim for warm-ups!
    Thank you to our sponsors; Mr Fang Teck for cucur pising & teh tarik & Jasra Harrisons for Milo Van


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