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Notices - 19th June 2011

Happy Father's Day
  • We would like to wish all fathers a "Happy Blessed Fathers' Day."

Care Group Grouplink Series – 7 Laws for Life (7 Laws of Spiritual Success)
  • Discover the basic laws that govern our spiritual life. 7 key spiritual principles that should be followed for a successful and effective Christian life.
  • 8 deeply challenging, 20-minute sessions to help us gain: Kingdom priorities A more positive outlook Greater perseverance and much more of God’s presence and power in your life
  • Topics: Introduction, Put First Things First, Count Your Blessings, Keep On Keeping On, Remember To Forget, Give Yourselves To Others, Stay Close to God & Cultivate Your Soul
  • Starting Sunday 26th June, 8- series of Sunday Sermons followed by Weekly Care-Group lessons.
  • We would like to invite those who are not in any Care-group yet, to be part of a Care-group during this interesting 8-week study.
  • Register at the clipboard at main entrance after service or contact Church Office for more details.
  • Care Groups – getting connected to God's family: a place for Care, Encouragement, Support, Fellowship, Bible Study & Growth.

Other Announcements
  • Pray as One, PS1 (Monthly Corporate Prayer Meeting, all Ministries & Congregations) this Tuesday, 21st June @ 6:30pm, Church Hall
  • Volunteers needed at St. Andrew's School refer to Kiat Choo if you are interested to help)
  • Prayer Volunteers needed before the start of 1st & 2nd English services. Please refer to church bulletin for details. Sign-up at clipboard near main entrance.
  • CWR Devotional guides July/August 2011 issues (subscription copies) are available for collection at the Library area
  • The Creative Arts & Dance Ministry (CADM) is recruiting new members. If you would like to worship God through dance & drama, we encourage you to join us on Friday, July 1st in the Parish hall. We meet from 6pm to 7:45pm. (No experience required)
  • The Boys’ Brigade is looking for 8 individuals/or families willing to play host (provide homestay) to 10 Senior boys & 6 ladies from the 50th Hongkong BB Company, from 27th to 29th July next month. Please contact Walter for itinerary & details


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