Serving: Today September 22, 2019
|Greeters||Rev. Les Szamoskozi
|Graeme & Louise Kennedy|
|Coffee||Jim & Lori Hastings||DJ & Ji Won Kim|
|Power Point||Sebastian Temple||Brent Weerts|
|Ji Won Kim
|Reading||Leroy Nigh||Graeme Kennedy|
|Singing||Althea & Lori||Debbie Margueratt|
|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 September 10 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 Rita Ames, Rev. Les Szamoskozi, Eleanor Haddow, Tom Wagner, Audrey McGregor
Pastor Appreciation – The time has come to recognize the work of our pastor, Rev. Dennis Howard, in LPC church. Our words of appreciation include, but are not limited to the following: “We value your welcoming, open, and friendly approach and the pleasant way you talk to us as members of LPC church. We feel your empathy and understanding when we share our problems with you. We appreciate your diligence in preaching sermons faithful to the Word of God. We appreciate your openness to our suggestions. And we enjoy your sense of humour. Thank you! May the Lord continue to bless you and your family as you have blessed us.”
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: https://presbyterian.ca/presbyterian-connection/
PCC MISSION MOMENTS International Day of Prayer for Peace (September 21)
The International Day of Prayer for Peace is a time to reflect on the importance of upholding peace among people and across nations. A peaceful society is one where justice, equality and security are available to everyone. To achieve this, people everywhere need to have the opportunity for economic and social development. That is why PWS&D is working in some of the most vulnerable and marginalized countries around the world to help families overcome poverty hunger, and oppression by promoting health, education, gender equality, sanitation, protection of the environment and social justice. While peace will enable a compassionate world to take shape, a sustainable environment will also further peace.
LANGLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDATION – Thank you so much for your donation to the Langley School District Foundation. Your generosity and support of our Food for Thought Campaign makes a huge difference in the lives of the more than three thousand kids who come to school hungry every day. Thanks to you, we now see happy, healthy children sitting among their new-found friends, secure in the knowledge that they do not have to suffer through a day of growling stomachs and lack of nutrition. It really is a sight to behold and you have helped make it happen.