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Notices - 28th August 2011

  • Banns of Marriage
  • Malaysian Ev. College, Lawas needs BND5,000 worth of Commentaries, Christian Books for its Library in order AS REQUIREMENT to be member of Asian Theological Association (contributions to be placed in an envelope & pass to Church Office by 30th September 2011).
  • Acknowledgement: The family members of the late Susan Chen Soon Ching (Ven. Solomon’s mother) wish to thank all of you for Your visits, prayers, messages and love gifts.
    Just as flowers leave their fragrance in the hands of the will God bless you all as you all have blessed them.
  • This Tuesday 30th August: Combined Prayer Room @ 6pm only
  • Alpha Workplace Conference 2011 (Reaching the nine to five)
    • For every Christian who wants to make a positive impact in their workplace.
    • October 6 – 8, Skyline SIB, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah 
    • Please refer to the Church Bulletin & Church Notice Board for further details.
  • Devotionals – those who have subscribed, please collect them at the library area after service today.
  • Church Library – New release of Adult & Children books (Terms & Conditions apply).

Ladies Overnight Retreat 'Heat SPA'
  • Saturday 10th September (Evening) to Sunday 11th September (Morning)
  • Outline:
    • Causes & Symptoms of Stress
    • Managing Stress
    • Hands-on Heart check
    • Releasing & Receiving Forgiveness
    • Reflection & Meditation
    • Understanding God’s rhythm
    • Living ONE Day at a time
    • Cherish Relationships
    • Cherish self
    • Resolution for Life
  • Twin-Sharing Room @ $70 per pax
  • Single Room @ $110 per pax
  • Package includes Hotel Stay, Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, 2 Tea-breaks.
  • Check-in from 12noon onwards on 10th September. Those interested, please register at the Booth after service today.
  • Closing date for registration & payment is Tuesday 30th August
  • Contact Maggie Chong @ 1st service, Sheree & Anggie @ 2nd service

"Teaching on Prayer" Seminars
  • Tuesdays 6th September & 13th September
  • @ 8pm Parish Hall
  • Topics include: Winning the Battle Inside, Why Pray?, Alter of Incense
  • Those interested to attend, please register at the Clipboard at main entrance.
  • Note: Tuesday Prayer Rooms continue @ 6pm to 7:30pm on the above dates


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