July 2, 2017

Serving                     Today:                                                 July 9, 2017

Greeters Marg Serviss Eleanor Haddow &

Isabel Barrie

Coffee Kim’s family Norma Gueulette &

Althea Strudwick

Counters Terry Ames &

Trevor Fowler

Bob Johnson &

Don Baycroft

Power Point Ha Won Kim Clara Choi
Kidblast

Preschool

Eleanor Mills

Rick & Norma

Ji Won Kim

Eleanor Mills

Reading Madeline Craig Leroy Nigh
Duty Elder Betty Siverns (All July)

 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:

Sunday JUNE 25TH:   LPC Attendance:  45

Offering Amount: $1,102.00

Langley Bottle Depot LPC (Account number # 551) Youth Group balance: $52.90

There are copies of the Presbyterian Prayer Partnership in the back of the church. We encourage you to take a copy and pray for the prayer requests listed day by day in this prayer calendar.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & HAPPY ANNIVERSARY THIS MONTH to Anna Weerts (1), Sung Won Kim (8), Ivy Weerts (11), John Nordine (11), Rev. Les Szamoskozi (14), Leroy Nigh(24)

REMEMBER IN PRAYER: Canada, Sunday School, Youth Group, Alex & Audrey McGregor, Margaret Serviss, Isobel Brew, Bev’s brother-in-law Richard Kneider, Debbie’s father Harry, Persecuted Christians, Dane, Lesley Craig, Esther Lau, Fentanyl crisis, Immigrants crossing into Canada, Meiling Sask. Dennis’ friend Janice & Roger, Syrian people, Egypt Coptic church, Bev’s niece Jillian Chambers. Marilyn & Ben Crace, Peace Korea and the Middle East, Shepherd’s House, Norm’s Brother’s family

REV. DENNIS HOWARD SUMMER VACATION for the following Sundays: July 9, 16 and 23. Rev. Dr. Ted Siverns to lead our services.

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS CHANGE Please be aware that church’s office hours will be changed to dates Tuesdays – Thursdays from 09:30 am – 1:30 pm and Fridays are off starting on Tuesday, July 4th.

THERE WILL BE A BRIEF MEETING of the Syrian Refugee Pod in the lower hall immediately after the service today.

PLEASE BE AWARE that when you receive a request for help (money, food, accommodations) you can direct the caller to call 211# from any cellular phone for a list of available social services in their area. This is a government run information service. You may also refer people requesting assistance to Langley Community Services at 604-534-7921 as this organization can provide information as to where people can access social services.

PRESBYTERIAN CONNECTION As you know,  we no longer receive the  Presbyterian Record, however, Life & Mission Agency is now publishing  Presbyterian Connection. If you would like a copy to contact Presbyterian Connection and call: Barbara Summers at,  (Church offices) Communication’s Office: 1-800-619-7301 Local 243. You can reach Barbara there and talk to her or go online at presbyterian.ca/connection. Is published by “Life & Mission Agency.” This new publication is all about congregations across Canada. To subscribe contact the Communication Office. Betty McLagan

PCC MISSION MOMENTS Sharing the Gospel message

With support from Presbyterians Sharing, the staff at our national office provides resources, envision new and innovative models for ministry and congregational life, equip youth, study faith, and justice issues, support international partners, equip ministry candidates and new clergy, and so much more! In 2016, PCC staff made over 175 visits to congregations, presbyteries, WMS and AMS groups, colleges, camps, youth groups and events in order to share the Gospel message of love, hope, and justice with Presbyterians across Canada. Presbyterians Sharing connects staff with congregations across Canada

 PCC FEATURED IN THE GLOBE AND MAIL NEWSPAPER

An article about the work of the PCC appeared in the Globe and Mail newspaper on June 7, 2017. Highlighting our philanthropic work in education and social justice, it also includes mentions of prominent Presbyterians in Canada’s history and our continuing work to help build and strengthen Canada’s social fabric. View the “Hope, Community, Compassion” PCC Globe and Mail advertisement