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Notices - 27th February 2011

  • CWR Devotionals have arrived. Those who have subscribed, please pick up your copy from the booth outside after svc today.
  • La Vida is currently expanding its family resource library. If anyone has any resources (e.g books, dvds, magazines) on parenting, care giving, teenage, health issues etc as well as children story books that you would like to donate , please contact Jody. Thank you!

Church Library (return of Books, Audio Visual materials for Stock Check)
  • Church Library will be CLOSED on Sundays 13th March & 20th March 2011 for stock check.
  • All Borrowers (both adults & children), please return all Books, CDs, VCDS, DVDs latest by next Sunday 6th March.
  • NO Borrowing is allowed from Today , only return of items borrowed..

Youth Foundation Class
  • Starting this Friday 4th March 2011, weekly Fridays @ 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 for registration is today

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

Ash Wednesday, Lent & Holy Week Services
  • Ash Wednesday Service on 9 March @ 6pm
  • Lent Service 1 on Wednesday 16 March @ 6pm
  • Lent Service 2 on Wednesday 23 March @ 6pm
  • Lent Service 3 on Wednesday 30 March @ 6pm
  • Lent Service 4 on Wednesday 6 April @ 6pm
  • Lent Service 5 on Wednesday 13 April @ 6pm
  • Palm Sunday 17 Arpil
  • Maundy Thursday 21 April
  • Good Friday 22 April
  • Easter Eve Service, Saturday 23 April
  • Easter Day Service, Sunday 24 April


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