Serving: Today October 20, 2019
|Greeters||Don & Lorraine
|Bill & Marlene Turner|
|Don & Lorraine Baycroft|
Allie Dale Johnson
|Power Point||Patricia Fowler||Sebastian Temple|
|Ji Won Kim
|Reading||Don Baycroft||Debbie Margueratt|
|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 is Tuesday October 22 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.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & HAPPY ANNIVERSARY THIS MONTH to Althea Strudwick, Nancy Hantke, Norma Gueulette, Marilyn Crace, Clara Choi
Those would like to sing in the choir for Shepherd’s House are invited to practice after church (11:20-12:00) today.
For more info please call Ella Marie at 604-533-4997.
PC Connection Article
LPC’s 40th Anniversary celebration write-up appears as an article on page 34 of the PC Connection. A lovely layout, photos, and coverage of our joyous day! Copies of this edition of the PC Connection are available at the back of the church. Here’s the link to view and read it online:
Sermons Now on LPC Website – If you are interested in reviewing the Sunday sermons go to our website langleypresbyterian.ca click on Sermons and you will find recent sermons printed there. Lori Hastings is doing the posting of the sermons and session thanks her for doing so. If you would like a copy of the weekly sermon and do not have access to a computer check with Clara in the church office.
Sad News – We are sad to announce that Fran Thompson, a long time member of Langley Presbyterian, passed away last Tuesday evening. A memorial service in honour of Fran will be held at the church on Friday October 25 at 1:00 PM, with a reception to follow in the church hall.
SHEPHERD’S HOUSE MUSIC FESTIVAL 2019 on Oct. 26 at 6:30pm here at LPC – Featuring: Peace Arch Chorus, Langley Ukulele B Ensemble, Korean Zion Choir, Various Soloists and Singing Groups. Goodies and Tea/Coffee to follow Concert. The ticket is $10 per each. Thank you for your support.
PCC MISSION MOMENTS World Food Day (Oct. 16)
Yemen’s four-year civil war has produced the worst humanitarian crisis on the planet and put thousands at risk of famine. Instability has disrupted food production and access, leaving women and men trapped in cycles of hunger, and children facing acute malnutrition. Staggeringly, conflict is named as the cause of acute food insecurity in 18 countries around the world. PWS&D responds to hunger by delivering food and nutrition assistance in times of conflict or disaster. In Yemen, PWS&D is supporting members of Canadian Foodgrains Bank to provide 1,100 hungry families with packages of flour, beans, oil, sugar and salt. “Hope has started to appear over the horizon,” says Wardan, who is relieved to be able to feed her daughters again.