Serving Today: September 9, 2018
|Greeters||David & Iris Milling||Don & Lorraine Baycroft|
|Coffee||Nancy & Gary Hantke||Jim & Lori Hastings|
|Power Point||Sunny Kim||Patricia Fowler|
|Reading||Iris Milling||Betty Siverns|
|Singing||Clara Choi||Betty Siverns|
|Duty Elder||Trevor & Tom|
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.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & HAPPY ANNIVERSARY THIS MONTH to Rita Ames, Rev. Les Szamoskozi, Eleanor Haddow, Tom Wagner, Audrey McGregor
REMEMBER IN PRAYER: Rev. Dennis Howard, Sunday School, 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, 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. Serena’s mom & dad, Bill Nicolson. Kathy, Blair, Sebastian, Neil, Norma’s daughter Shannon and her family, Meridith, Michelle, Heather Boxter, Forest Fires, Clara’s Mom, Larry, Sheena, Allie, Vaughn, Fire Fighters, Jiwon and Hawon
THE NEXT SESSION meeting is on Tuesday September 11 at 6:30.
THE NEXT PASTORAL CARE TEAM meeting is on Wednesday September 12 at 10:30 am.
MEN’S BREAKFAST MEETING is on Saturday September 8 at 9 am. Please mark your calendar.
LANGLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION — DATE CHANGE: Note that Sunday, November 18th, 2018 is the new, confirmed date, with the event to be held at LPC Church. Special Guests: Rev. John Rhoad, LPC’s very first Minister, and his wife, Bunny, have confirmed that they plan to join us for our celebration. There will be a special Worship Service beginning at 10 a.m., followed by a Reception with a light lunch and Program in the Lower Hall after the service. Please mark your calendars for this very special day!
PCC MISSION MOMENTS International Literacy Day (Sept. 8) “Neither the students nor I were actually enjoying the lessons.” Inayatullah, a teacher at Zangue Girls School in Afghanistan, knew his lecture-based teaching style was ineffective. Since attending teacher-training workshops run by Presbyterian World Service & Development partners, Inayatullah has learned to bring life to his lessons. After implementing more practical teaching methods, Inayatullah’s pupils are engaging in group activities, participating in lively discussions and better learning their lessons. With a greater sense of ownership over their education, they are gaining confidence, asking questions and voicing their opinions. By improving the quality of education, PWS&D is helping more children enjoy their studies and become leaders in their communities. “This is a tremendous achievement for both the students and me,” Inayatullah says with a smile. PWS&D builds futures of hope for vulnerable girls