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Notices - 20th March 2011

Blood Donation
  • SAC is organising a Blood Donation Drive This Morning
  • Time: 9am to 11am
  • Venue: Parish Hall
  • Those who want to be donors, can still proceed to the Parish Hall (back of church).

Lent Services
  • Lent Service 2 next Weds 23Mar @ 6pm
    (TOPIC – Landmine of Jealousy & Envy)
  • Lent Service 3 on Weds 30th March @ 6pm
    (TOPIC – Landmine of Unforgiveness)
  • Lent Service 4 on Weds 06th April @ 6pm
  • Lent Service 5 on Weds 13th April @ 6pm

World Autism Awareness Day
  • Support this Cause by Purchasing a Specially Designed T-Shirt for the newly established ASEAN Autism Community Network @ $15 for Adults & $12 for Kids
  • This Entitles you to join the 5km Walkathon at the Stadium organised by SMARTER Brunei on 2nd April @ 7am with no registration if you like Walk for a Cause too!
  • More details at Booth outside after service OR contact Dawn

Other Events & Announcements
  • Monthly Pray As One Corporate Prayer Meeting this Tues, 22Mar @6:30pm Church Hall
  • Youth Camp (23rd to 26th March)
    • SAC Youth will be having their annual youth camp in church this Weds to Saturday
    • Apologies for any inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.

Serving the Nations
  • There will be a 2 teams serving the nations at the end of March
  • Team 1 will be serving Saraburi, Thailand
  • Team 2 will be serving West Kalimantan, Indonesia
  • Please keep them in prayer that they will be protected and be a blessing to the people


  1. Hi, any new recordings coming up?

  2. There should be some coming soon. Subscribe to the iTunes link or Post RSS feed in your podcast catcher to receive them as the come out =)


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