January 29

Serving Today:                                                                  February 5, 2017

Greeters: Leroy & Ruth Nigh Bob Johnson
Coffee: Nancy & Gary Hantke Terry & Rita Ames
Counters: Elsie Nicholson & Louise McAree Bob Johnson & Louise McAree
Media: James Zhang Marg Garratt


Elizabeth Szamoskozi

Janet Comer

Ha Won Kim & Eleanor Mills


Sunday School:

Children Aged 3 – 12 are invited to join our KidBlast program held downstairs after the “Children’s Time”

Our Nursery is located in the downstairs Hall.

Congregation News:

The Ladies Friendship Group is having a luncheon on Friday, February 17 at 1pm meet at Book n Bean book shop,27103 Fraser Hwy-next to Bobs Restaurant. If planning to attend or if anyone needs a ride phone Marilyn 604-530-2773 or Audrey 604-532-6011. Bring books for exchange if you wish.

Your contribution statements for 2016 are in your mailbox.

The Presbyterian Church in Canada has an international mission trip in 2017.

  1. Youth in Mission 30th Anniversary Trip to Ghana

Dates: April 29 – May 18, 2017 Deadline: January 30, 2017 Age: 18-30 Youth Contribution: $3500

  1. Healing and Reconciliation Mission Trip

Dates: June 12-21, 2017  Age: 18 Participant Contribution and Deadline: Early bird: $1200 (if registered by Feb 1st/17), Regular:  $1500 (if registered by Apr 1st/17) For more information  please visit www.presbyterian.ca/missiontrips  or email me directly at mfoxall@presbyterian.ca. For further information see the bulletin board.


Together, Farming for the Future

One way our church is empowering vulnerable families to overcome hunger and improve nutrition is by supporting the Malawi Farmer-to-Farmer Agroecology project through Presbyterian World Service & Development. The project—with funding from the Government of Canada and the Canadian Foodgrains Bank—has helped 6,000 farm families in Malawi transform their withered plots of land and improve their livelihoods and lives for the long-term. Learning from one another, farmers practice and apply sustainable methods that help protect crops from a changing environment. Annie Nguluve was amazed by the results of the program. Since learning about the advantages of intercropping, her small plot of land has sprung to life. “I’ve seen that I get more yields by adding other crops. It has increased my food production.”

PWS&D supports food security for smallholder farmers 


The Coldest Night of the Year walk will be held on Saturday, February 25th. Rev Dennis and Bev Feick are walking for this cause. For further information you can speak to either of them or go to https://canada.cnoy.org/location/cloverdale 


  •  4 pm – Registration opens
  •  5 pm – Opening Ceremonies
  •  5:15 pm – Walk begins (2k, 5k, 10k)
  •  6 pm – Registration closes
  •  6pm – Meal service begins
  •  8 pm – Route closes, meal service ends 

Needed ASAP: Head Cook for July & August 2017 at Camp Douglas.  Seasonal full-time, pay negotiable, room and board provided, some training or experience essential. For more information please contact Rebecca “Bert” Simpson at director@campdouglas.ca or Sarah “Cheerio” Fowler at cheerio@campdouglas.ca