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Notices - 23rd December 2012

Office Closed

  • Church office will be closed for Christmas Holiday
  • Wednesday - 26th December
  • Thursday - 27th December

Christmas Services

  • Christmas Eve : 24th December
    •  10pm
  • Christmas Day Service: 25th December
    • 8am: Combined English Service with Holy Community (Bring & Share Breakfast)
    • 10am: Chinese Speaking Congregations with lunch
    • 12:30noon - Tabernacle Fellowship


New Year Service

  • 31st December New Year Eve Watch Night Reflection & Prayer Service
    • 10pm-12midnight at Church
  • 1 January 2013 New Year Day Service
    • 8:30am: Combined English Service


Other Notices

  • 2013 Diocesion Calendar is ready for collection. Each family will receive one (1) free copy. Please collect & sign up at the booth outside after the services. Additional copy costs $2 each.
  • Jan - Mar 2013 CWR Devotional Guides subscriptions are available for collection after the services at the booth area
  • Staff Away
    • Ps Stephen: 28 - 30 December
    • Ps Betty: 28 - 31 December
    • James Shie: 28 - 31 December



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