November 24, 2019

Serving         Today:               December 1, 2019

Greeters Paul & Betty Bankes Leroy & Ruth Nigh
Coffee Terry & Rita Ames Nancy & Gary Hantke
Counters Louise McAree &
Norma Gueulette
Louise McAree Trevor Fowler
Power Point Brent Weerts Patricia Fowler


Eleanor Mills

Erin Weerts

Rick Penner

Erin Weerts

Reading Patricia Fowler Iris Milling
Singing Althea & Lori Clara & Rory
Duty Elder Bev Feick Marianne & Heather


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:

NEXT BIBLE STUDY is Tuesday December 3 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 Rick Penner, Rev. Ted Siverns, Rev. DJ Kim, Marlene Turner

Mark Your Calendar – LPC Advent Event – Nov. 30, 2019
Beginning at 3:00 on the afternoon of Nov. 30 we will hold our annual Advent Event here at LPC. At 3:00 we start with Ginger Bread House assembly for the children.
Then at 5:00 PM we enjoy a potluck dinner together. We will sing Christmas Carols throughout the event. So come, invite your friends and family to enjoy this time of fellowship and fun.
Remember to bring your own plates, cups and cutlery to reduce the cleanup chores. Sign up sheets for the number of children coming to put together ginger bread houses and for items you plan to bring to the dinner will be in the back of the church starting next week.

Langley Presbyterian Church is putting together hampers for 8 needy families in Langley! Please see your inserts for more info. The sign-up sheet is located on the board in the back of the sanctuary. Please see Trevor Fowler on how you can participate in a lovely cause during the Christmas Season.

Christmas Eve Special Offering
Session has decided that this year our Christmas Eve special offering will be directed on a fifty/fifty basis to Gateway of Hope a ministry of the Salvation Army here in Langley that serves the poor and the homeless and to Camp Douglas.

Making connections and finding community
For many years, Erskine Presbyterian Church in Hamilton, Ont., has been a congregation that deeply loves both Jesus and their neighbourhood, a church where the gospel is preached in word and action each week. Now Erskine has a vision to become a beacon for health and wholeness in the community—a “Neighborhood Wellness Hub” where individuals and families can connect with services and groups that will lead them to greater wellness. Already partnerships are forming—with youth shelters, food banks, government agencies and other local churches—that will enable Erskine to offer new services to neighbours and to foster connection, community and well-being.