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Coming back online

Dear all,

Thank you for being patient with us while this site was temporarily put on hold . We will do our best to keep updating this site with the necessary details and notices. Do leave us any comments by emailing at St. Andrew's Church email address found on the bar at right side of your browser.

Also, heads up for the upcoming events and notices listed below.

Adult and Youth Foundation Course 1
Foundation Course 1 for both Adults and Youth begins next week on Tuesday, 7 February@8-9:30pm and Friday, 10 February@5:50-7:15pm respectively. This course is a requirement for all believers who are seeking to be baptized and confirmed. Please contact the office for further information.

Youth Camp 2012
Youth Camp will be held on 19-22 March. Registration is open for youths interested to participate in this annual youth event. Forms are available at the Church Office and during the youth services on Saturday. More information will be posted soon.  Please view the promotional video below that was done by one of our student-youth leaders.

You can download the jpeg format of the camp registration form here. 

Family Camp 2012
The bi-annual event is here again and it will be held on 9-11 June 2012@ParkCity Everly Hotel, Miri. The Family Camp is an opportunity for you to come away with the pastors, leaders and members of the congregations in a great time fellowship and refreshing. So, reserve the date on your calendar and make it your priority to join us. Registration forms will be made available soon. 

Lastly, for the Chinese members of our congregations who are celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year we wish you a blessed 'Chap Goh Mei.'

Colossians 3:16 (New International Version)
"16 Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts."


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