Serving Today: March 1, 2020
|Greeters||Paul & Betty Bankes||Leroy & Ruth Nigh|
|Coffee||Terry & Rita Ames||Nancy & Gary Hantke|
|Counters||Dave Radbourne &
|Louise McAree &
|Power Point||Brent Weerts||Patricia Fowler|
|No Class||No class
|Reading||Patricia Fowler||Iris Milling|
|Singing||Althea & Lori||Clara & Rory|
|Duty Elder||Trevor & Tom||Bev Feick|
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 BEGINS on Tuesday February 25 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.
Flowers are in loving memory of Elaine Murray – mother & grandmother of Bev & Jason Feick.
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
RESCHEDULE AGM – Due to difficulties encountered in finding someone to review our books it is necessary to delay the date of our AGM. The meeting will now be held on March 8 in the church hall immediately after worship services. A light lunch will be served. Feel free to bring desserts.
LPC SERMONS: Please note that LPC sermons are now available online at: http://langleypresbyterian.ca/sermons
SHROVE TUESDAY PANCAKE DINNER – There is a sign up sheet for this dinner at the back of the sanctuary. Please put your name on the list if you are planning to attend the dinner at 5:00 PM on February 25. Please indicate the number of people who you expect to be in your party. If you would like to bring a food item please do so. And don’t forget to bring your dishes and cutlery to cut down on the clean up.
PCC MISSION MOMENTS: Screening for health in Somalia
Samsam, a mother of five, lives in a community in Somalia where access to food is a consistent struggle and many people are malnourished. Samsam jumped at the opportunity to join a PWS&D-supported program to learn about nutrition for infants and young children. Through this program, she discovered a simple trick for determining whether a child or mother is malnourished: taking a measurement near the top of their arm. Now, by helping community members screen for malnutrition, Samsam is making sure that people in her village are receiving the care that they need. This program demonstrates the multiplying effect of enabling communities to help themselves. With 1,540 people trained on how to measure malnutrition in this way, over 15,000 children and 5,000 women have been screened so far.