Serving Today: December 8, 2019
|Greeters||Leroy & Ruth Nigh||Graeme & Louise Kennedy|
|Coffee||Nancy & Gary Hantke||DJ & Clara|
|Counters||Louise McAree & Trevor Fowler||Lori Hastings &
|Power Point||Patricia Fowler||DJ Kim|
|Reading||Iris Milling||Betty Siverns|
|Singing||Clara & Rory||Betty Siverns|
|Duty Elder||Marianne & Heather|
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 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 Loraine McGregor, Ji-Won Kim, Lucy Comer, Ella Marie Weerts, Ha-Won Kim, Nance Charron, Edith Radbourne
CHRISTMAS HAMPER 2019
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.
today and next Sunday after the service 11:20am to 12pm.
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.
two bedroom basement suite, coach house or small house etc. for young Christian woman with 6 year old son. Responsible, reliable. Friends of Norma G. Please email Norma at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 604-510-4669.
PCC MISSION MOMENTS:
World AIDS Day
Sheila was just a few months old when her mother died, and she went to live with her grandmother, Elube, in Malawi. Two years later, Sheila’s health began to sharply decline. Elube brought her granddaughter to the PWS&D-supported Mulanje Mission Hospital where Sheila was diagnosed as HIV positive and acutely malnourished. Elube’s grief weighed a little less heavily when she learned that Sheila could receive treatment at a nearby orphan care centre. Supported by PWS&D, these centres provide vulnerable children with free medical care, school support and nutrition assistance. With a place to receive antiretroviral treatment and highly nutritious food, Sheila’s health is improving and Elube is better equipped to meet her granddaughter’s needs.