Serving Today: August 13, 2017
|Greeters||Louise McAree`||Audrey McGregor|
|Coffee||Youth Group||Outdoor Service|
|Counters||Gary Weerts &
|Leroy Nigh &
|Power Point||Clara Choi||Ha Won Kim|
|Sung Won Kim
|Ji Won Kim
|Reading||Gayle Howard||Isobel Brew|
|Duty Elder||Bev Feick (All August)|
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.
Sunday JULY 30TH: LPC Attendance: 44
Offering Amount: $1,448.15
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 Garry Weerts (14), Bree Weerts (16), Lorraine Baycroft (23), Janet Comer (25)
REMEMBER IN PRAYER: Canada, Sunday School, Youth Group, Alex & Audrey McGregor, Margaret Serviss, Isobel Brew, Debbie’s father Harry, Persecuted Christians, Dane, Lesley Craig, Esther Lau, Lily Hall, Fentanyl crisis, Immigrants crossing into Canada, Meiling Sask. Dennis’ friend Janice & Roger, Syrian people, Egypt Coptic church, Marilyn & Ben Crace, Peace Korea and Middle East, Shepherd’s House, Norm’s son-in-law, Albert Lazaro, Carolyn Weerts, Fire people-losses, Steve
LPC LIBRARY New Books & DVDs: Check out the many new items (55 in total) in your LPC Library. All display items are available for you to take out TODAY!
WE ARE IN GREAT NEED for help with the counting of the offering on Sundays. There are at least 2-3 persons needed. It takes about 20 minutes after the service and it is not difficult we have made it very easy over the years. Anyone interested please contact Louise McAree @ 604-530-6097.
PCC MISSION MOMENTS Administering change
Gifts to Presbyterians Sharing help administer the Avondbloem Fund, established by George and Evelyn van Beek in 1981. This legacy gift supports practical, creative PCC projects that spread the message of Christ. The Raw Carrot Soup Enterprise, a ministry of Paris Presbyterian Church, received a grant to help grow its innovative work. Staff members—who are on social assistance or living with barriers to traditional employment—prepare healthy, homemade soups and stews that are sold in the Paris community and beyond. Proceeds from the sales provide their salaries. Currently, eight people are employed—and two more Raw Carrots will be opening in the next year! This initiative builds self-confidence, provides job training and job creation—a living example of Christ’s message of love and hope.
Presbyterians Sharing supports dreams as they are turned into reality