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Notices - 13th November 2011

  • Prophetic Workshop (for Leaders @3.00pm -5.00 pm, Today)
  • 20th November - Confirmation Sunday Service @1st English Service
    @7.45am (Bring & Share Breakfast after 1st  Service)
  • 21st November - Nativity Play @St. Andrew’s School - 7.30pm
  • 22nd November - Pray As One @Church - 6.30pm
Garage Sale
  • 20th November
  • YDM will be going to Philippines (for Mission Trip) from 30th November - 7th December
  • Garage Sale will be open next week for the fund raising as a love give
  • Please do come and check it out!
Parent’s Appreciation Night  2011
  • Venue: Seri Kemayan Restaurant (above Utama Bowling)
  • 26th November @ 7.30 pm
  • Ticket : Youth @$15, Child @$7
  • Parents; Free
  • We appreciate you! Come and join us on this special night
Year End KOOL Party 2011
  • Date: 27th Nov 2011, Sunday
  • Time: 3p.m – 6pm
  • Venue: St. Andrew’s School
  • Registration, please contact Betty or Hazel
Operafest Children's Choir
  • Date: 19th December - 22nd December 2011
  • Venue: St Andrew's Chuch
  • Performance (choir presentation)
  • Volunteer needed: 15 families to accommodate & host the team (more details at later date)
  • Those interested to be hosts, please contact Dawn
SAC Carolers Needed
  • Registration is open for those who are interested to join caroling, for all ages from 7 years & above…..
  • A combination of different SAC Ministries: KOOL,  YDM, etc.
  • We are in need of guitarists
  • Please register your names on clipboard @main entrance by Sunday 27th November 2011
Christmas Carolling 2011
  • To usher in the upcoming Christmas Season of: Love. Joy. Peace.Hope.
  • SAC Combined Carolling Teams to Sing Carols at Homes & Other Venues.
  • Available dates :15th - 18th December & 22nd - 23rd December
  • Those interested to book the carolling team, please sign-up on the clipboard near main entrance. 
  • For more details, please contact SAC office
Christmas Cards
  • Christmas Cards & other Assorted Cards for sale from Sunday 20th November 2011
  • Sold in aid of Children with Special Needs
  • Check out our specially hand made cards
  • While stocks last


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