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Notices - 28th November 2010

SAC Christmas Bowl Catalogue
Life saving gifts
Inspiring gifts
Hope giving gifts
Life changing gifts
  • Closing date Sunday 12th December
  • Give Gifts to Share the Gift of Love, the Best Gift of all
  • In partnership with World Vision

Christmas Caroling
  • To usher in the upcoming Christmas season of: Love · Joy · Peace · Hope
  • SAC Youth Caroling Team + Company is available to sing carols at homes & functions
  • Caroling Available 9-12 December & 16-19 December (Thursday to Sunday)
  • Please sign up at the front door.
  • For more details please contact Dawn Lee / Michelle Tan

Flowers & Breakfast Sponsors for
  • Flowers & Breakfast Sponsors for next year 2011 is open for sign-ups.
  • Clipboard is located at church main entrance.
  • Please contact Church Office if you wish to contribute.

Other Announcements
  • Collection for Indonesian recent disasters (tsunami & volcano eruptions) - collection box near church main entrance
  • Tuesday Prayer Rooms on 14th December & 21st December @ 6pm only
  • No PS1 (Pray as One) in December


  1. may i know what time is your Sunday service in English and Chinese language? Thank you.

  2. Hi there, the English services are at 745am (more traditional) & 10am on Sundays while the Chinese service is at 230pm (I believe. Will confim and post back =)) also on Sunday.

    Hope you see you there. Take care and God bless!

  3. The Chinese service is at 3pm and I've just added a "Services" page to help any others in the future looking for our services. God bless!


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