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Notices - 23rd January 2011

Foundation Class for Adults - Knowing God better by knowing his word
  • Starting this Tuesday 25th January @ 8pm at Vicarage.
  • 2 weeks break during the Chinese New Year. (Total 11 sessions)
  • Those interested to join the classes, please sign-up at the main entrance.
  • Closing date is today!.
  • Note: Class is compulsory for those who wish to go for water baptism & confirmation

Combined Churches Ecumenical Service & SAC Prayer Meetings
  • There will be a Combined Churches Prayer Meeting (Ecumenical Service) at 7:30pm this Friday @ 28th January at COLA (Catholic) Church.
  • Please note the following dates in February:
    • 01st Feb – Prayer Room @ 6pm & 8pm at Parish Hall
    • 08th Feb - Prayer Room @ 6pm slot only at Parish Hall
    • 15th Feb - No Prayer Meeting
    • 22nd Feb – Pray As One 1 (Corporate Prayer Meeting) @6:30pm at Church Hall

The Boys’ Brigade
  • The Boys’ Brigade resumed their meeting on 16th January
  • If your child is in Primary 4 & above, enroll him in the Brigade’s healthy physical activities together with spiritual upbringing. Recommend children of your friends to join as well!
  • Recalling from the Pastor’s column (church bulletin dated 9th January) “too much water for the plant will result in a tree which tremble in the wind” (unable to handle pressures in life).
  • Call the Boys’ Brigade Captain, Walter

Other announcements
  • Diocesan Church Calendars 2011 for Sale. These are now available for sale after service @ $3 each. You may wish to buy them as gifts for friends & families.
  • St. Andrew’s Church Library: is opened to SAC Members after 1st English Service (until 10am) & after 2nd English Service (until 12:15pm)
    Those who have been attending our church services regularly for more than 6 months, can register as new borrowers. (Terms & Conditions apply).


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