February 9, 2020

Serving                           Today:                                      February 16, 2020

Greeters Tom & Terry Wagner David & Edith Radbourne
Coffee Trevor & Patricia Fowler Linda Wundele & Norm Engh
Counters Don Baycroft
Louise McAree
Gary Weerts
Lori Hastings
Power Point DJ Kim Sebastian Temple


Eleanor Mills

Erin Weerts

Rebecca Zhang

Emberly Zhang

Reading Marilyn Crace Althea Strudwick
Singing Betty Siverns Ella Marie
Duty Elder Trevor & Tom

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 BEGINS on Tuesday February 11 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 Acts.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & HAPPY ANNIVERSARY THIS MONTH to Sandra Downey, Emily Nordine, Betty Siverns, Bob Johnson,  Solomon Nordine, Marg Serviss, Ian Nordine, Ruth Nigh, Gayle Howard, Betty McLagan

Annual General Meeting
LPC will hold its AGM for 2019 on March 8, 2020 in the church hall, immediately following our worship service. We ask that all those who chair or lead committees of session please have their 2019 reports into the office by February 7 so we can issue our annual report to the congregation by Feb 16.

LPC Sermons:  Please note that LPC sermons are now available online at:  http://langleypresbyterian.ca/sermons/

Shrove Tuesday & Ash Wednesday Services & Events
We plan to hold a Shrove Tuesday pancake dinner at the church on Tuesday February 25 beginning at 5:30 PM. Dinner will be followed at 7:00 PM with a service of worship and contemplation in the sanctuary. The following evening at 7:00 PM we will hold a Lenten service of worship and contemplation to mark the beginning of the season of Lent.

PCC MISSION MOMENTS: Ministry through art
Working in partnership with Prairie Presbyterian Church, Winnipeg Inner City Missions has started a new arts ministry that celebrates Indigenous culture and art. Over the next few months, volunteers and Indigenous artists will be offering art classes to children with an emphasis on graffiti art. The art produced by the children will be used, in part, to create a large mural covering three sides of the Flora House garage (a WICM program space). The project will culminate in the spring with a weekend-long community event filled with games, activities, music, entertainment and food to celebrate and unveil the new mural.