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Notices - 19th December 2010

Christmas & New Year's Services
  • Christmas Eve Friday 24th December English @ 10pm
  • Christmas Day Saturday 25th December:
    -English Sevice @ 8:15am ('Bring & Share' Breakfast after service)
    -Chinese Service @ 10:30am
  • Sunday 26th December:
    -Combined English Service @ 8:15am
    -Chinese Service @ 3pm
    -Tamil Service @ 8pm
  • New Year’s Eve Fellowship Gathering: Friday 31 Dec @ 7pm to past midnight (Organised by SAC Trekkers, please bring a dish if you wish to join, bring your family & friends)
  • New Year’s Day Saturday 1st January 2011: Combined English Service @ 8:15am
  • Sunday 2nd January 2011: English Service as usual @ 7:45am & 10am
Breakfast Sponsors
  • There are still available slots for Breakfast Sponsors for next year.
  • All proceeds from Breakfast sales go to the Poor & Needy fund.
  • Please contact Church Office if you wish to contribute OR sign-up at the Clipboard near the main entrance.
  • A warm "Thank you!" to all who contributed towards flowers & breakfast this year.
Other Announcements
  • Collection for Indonesian recent disasters - collection box near church main entrance (closing date is today!)
  • Tuesday Prayer Rooms this Tuesday 21st December @ 6pm SLOT ONLY (no prayer rooms on 28th December).
SEA Provincial gathering 2011
  • Tuesday to Thursday 22 - 24 February 2011
  • Theme: Rising Above the Storm
  • Venue: Penang, Malaysia
  • Those interested to attend, application forms available at Church Office.
  • All bookings, registration & costs at own arrangement & expense
  • Closing Date: 31st December 2010

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