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Church Notices August 19, 2012

Good morning Church! Here are this week's notices...

CONDOLENCES We would like to express our deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to:

DEREK WONG, YONG NYET YUNG & families whose beloved father/father-in-law Daniel Wong Fui Khong went home to be with the Lord on 11th August 2012.

VINCENT KONG, SWEE YIEN, ROSELIND KONG, HUMPHREY CHIN & families whose beloved father/father-in-law Jimmy Kong Yun Soon went home to be with the Lord on 15th August 2012. (Wake service: Sunday 19th August 2012 @ 7.30pm; Funeral service: Monday 21st August 2012 @ 9am)

MISSION FEST 2012. Pledge form for mission works and workers (general fund, projects, love-gifts). Total amount collected up to date: B$13,420.00. [forms can be collected at the main entrance] Last day of submission is on 30th September 2012.

CARE GROUP FUN DAY - Sunday 9th September 2012. Fun Day for families, adults and children, team building and friendly. [more details coming up...]

MISSION EXPOSURE TALK (open to all care groups). Briefing on Friday 7th September 2012 - 8pm (venue to be confirmed). Those interested, contact Ps. Martin or Ps Tiew Lee

CG GROUP LINK "God's Answers To Life's Difficult Questions" (6 weeks series & study). 

CHURCH OFFICE CLOSED on Monday 20th August 2012 (off day). Tuesday 21st August 2012 (Hari Raya public holiday). Please take note that there is no PRAY ROOM on Tuesday 21st August 2012 (will resume next week 28th August 2012). 
Church will resume working on Wednesday 22nd August 2012.

LA VIDA SPECIAL CRAFTS FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE. Arts and Crafts Fundraiser project for special needs development (August - October 2012). Join us to make crafts in support of special needs community development. Please contact Dawn to sign up for more details. (Basic sewing skills required) Visit their booth after the services.

Have a blessed weekend and God-filled holidays. Be refreshed and renewed.


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