June 24, 2018

Serving                       Today:                                          JuLY 1, 2018

Greeters David & Edith Radbourne Eleanor Haddow

Isabel Barrie

Coffee Nancy & Gary Hantke Althea Strudwick

Norma Gueulette

Counters Louise McAree

Trevor Fowler

Gary Weerts

Don Baycroft

Power Point Brent Weerts Ha Won Kim


Eleanor Mills

Erin Weerts

Ji Won Kim

Eleanor Mills

Reading Eleanor Haddow Audrey McGregor
Singing Althea & Lori Clara Choi
Duty Elder Trevor Fowler

Thomas Wagner

DJ Kim

Gary Weerts

 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:

STARTING IN JULY, THE YOUTH GROUP AND BIBLE STUDY will have a summer break and there will be no meetings but will resume back in the fall.  Enjoy your summer!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & HAPPY ANNIVERSARY THIS MONTH to Albert  Lazaro, Elizabeth Szamoskozi. Joyce Downey, Elenora Chalkman, Veronica Bryson, Erin Weerts, Ben Crace, Don Baycroft, Emma Comer

 REMEMBER IN PRAYER: Sunday School, Rev. Dennis Howard, Youth Group, Audrey McGregor and her family, Persecuted Christians, Lesley Craig, Lily Hall, Malcolm & his daughters Jennica 12, & Olivia 9, Egypt Coptic church, Peace Korea and Middle East, Shepherd’s House, Norma’s son-in-law, Sarah (Trevor’s friend), Dawn Irving, Cory (Tom’s nephew), Alison’s husband, Gavin and Natasha, Julie. Catherine McKague, Debbie and her mom, Marg Serviss, Nicolas, Norma’s friend Helen L. Sandra (Serena’s mom), Serena’s dad, Mac (son of Ella Steiro), Bill Nicolson. Kathy, Blair, Asher, Sebastian

YOUR ELDER IS THERE TO HELP – The Presbyterian Church is organised around Elders. Elders are those folks elected by the congregation and to help with the leadership and spiritual care of the congregation. They are elected and ordained to serve the members and adherents of the congregation. If you have a need, for help, for prayer, for whatever call your elder. If you don’t know who your elder is check the list on the wall on the way down to the lower hall. If your name is not there let the pastor know. We are here to help, but can’t do that if we do not know of your needs.

 ALEX MCGREGOR – Alex’s Memorial Service will be held at LPC on June 29 at 1:00 PM.

 3rd MEN’S BREAKFASTOn the first Saturday of each month, Saturday September 1st at 9:00 AM, the men of Langley Presbyterian are invited to come to breakfast at the church, bring your friends and family. Tom and Dennis will prepare eggs, sausages and pancakes. There will be a nominal $3 cost for the food. We will also share some soul food in the form of a devotional time and have a short business meeting. If you would like to help with preparing for these events see Tom or Dennis. Please mark your calendar.

THE NEXT SESSION meeting is on Tuesday September 11 at 6:30.

CONGREGATIONAL PICNIC – We plan to hold our annual picnic in our church backyard today right after church services. Please bring your lawn chairs so we don’t have to carry chairs out from the church hall. There will be activities for the children and chauffeur rides to the picnic site for those not able to climb up the hill from the parking lot.

THE LPC SMALL GROUP MINISTRY will have a summer break. We will have a meeting on September.

 PCC MISSION MOMENTS World Refugee Day (June 20)

Refugees are part of our human family and are entitled to their rights to peace and protection. In Bangladesh, almost 900,000 Rohingya have settled in squalid shelter conditions after escaping terrifying human rights abuses and violence in Myanmar. Refugees are still arriving, and the nearing monsoon season puts those living in camps at risk of floods and landslides. Join Presbyterian World Service & Development as we respond to the needs of the Rohingya with Canadian Foodgrains Bank and the ACT Alliance by helping deliver life-saving food packages as well as shelter, hygiene kits, water and sanitation services, and psychosocial assistance. As we respond to pain and despair in Bangladesh, let us pray for refugees on their journey to find safety and peace in other parts of the world.

PWS&D responds to refugees