Serving Today: September 23, 2018
|Greeters||Leroy & Ruth Nigh||David & Edith Radbourne|
|Coffee||Ben & Marilyn Crace||Althea Strudwick
|Power Point||Sebastian Temple||Brent Weerts|
|Reading||Leroy Nigh||Eleanor Haddow|
|Singing||Ella Marie Weerts||Choir|
|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.
NEXT BIBLE STUDY BEGINS on Tuesday September 25 from 10:00 to 11:30 AM in the church. If you haven’t already joined this study group we invite you to do so. We are starting to study the book of Luke using a Bible Study written by famous Bible scholar N. T. Wright.
NEXT YOUTH GROUP is starting up Friday September 28 at 5:30pm. Come expecting for fun times and some new things on the horizon! Bring your friends, too!
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, 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 PASTORAL CARE TEAM meeting is on Wednesday October 17 at 10:30 am.
LPC 40th Volunteer Sign-up: Thank you for signing up for the FOUR CATERING GROUPS needed to make our 40th celebration a special time for all of us. We still need more people to help, so please check the sign-up sheet at the back of the church if you have not already done so. Thanks for your willingness to help! “Many hands make light work.”
PCC MISSION MOMENTS Winter in War-Torn Syria
With Syria facing its seventh year of conflict, the humanitarian situation in the country continues to deteriorate. Caught in the middle of a war zone in central Syria, Rabeha was living a nightmare. Her brother had been killed and her mother lost her legs when the family’s home was destroyed. Rabeha’s father suffered a stroke that left him paralyzed. Unable to secure a job, Rabeha couldn’t afford food, medicine for her parents or heat for the winter. The family endured cold, hungry nights before they enrolled in a Presbyterian World Service & Development food aid project with Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Now that her family receives food baskets, Rabeha is saving money for other needs and was able to face the harsh winter with greater peace of mind.
PWS&D responds to families displaced by conflict