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Notices - 20th February 2011

  • This Tues 22Feb Pray As One (Corporate Prayer Meeting) @ 6:30pm Church Hall (Prayer focus Brunei’s National Day)
  • Adult Foundation Class resumes this Tuesday 22nd February @ 8pm at Parish Hall.

Youth Foundation Class
  • Starting Fridays, weekly from 04th March 2011 @ 5:30pm to 7pm (14 lessons).
  • Open to ALL Youths (Secondary 2 / Year 8 to Secondary 5)
  • Those interested, please sign-up at the church main entrance.
  • * Class is compulsory for those seeking water baptism & confirmation
  • Closing Date: Sunday 27 February 2011

Church Library (return of Books, Audio Visual materials for Stock Check)
  • Church Library will be CLOSED on Sunday 13th March & 20th March for stock check.
  • All Borrowers (both adults & children), please return all Books, CDs, VCDS, DVDs latest by Sunday 6th March.
  • No Borrowing is allowed from Sunday 27th February.

KOOL Camp 2011
  • March 18th to 20th
  • Register Now
  • Children from Primary 1 to Form 1 (Year 1 to 7)
  • Venue: St. Andrew's School

Youth Camp 2011 - Arise and Shine
"Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you" Isaiah 60:1

Other Announcements
  • Stephen Chin
    • youth-worker
    • heading off to Laidlaw College in Auckland, NZ
    • for 10 months (end Feb to end Nov 2011)
    • studying for a Diploma in Biblical Studies

  • Grace Yow
    • short term mission worker
    • returning to serve in Pontianak after the CNY break
    • with the Diocesan Mission Work there.
    • until end of April for now.


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