Kings Presbyterian Church


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Rev. Dr. Tim Archibald has Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9AM to 12 noon.


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Make Poverty History

Canadian Foodgrains Bank

Under The Roof Fund Raiser - at GoFundMe



(September 18 - 24, 2017)



7:00 pm             Inn From the Cold meeting at Open Arms to discuss

                            the upcoming IFCT Season.



2:30 pm             Presbytery meets at McClure's Mills Church (Truro).

5:30-7:00           Table Talk Tuesdays begins.



10:00 am            Prayer Group will resume meeting at Kings on 

                              October 4 in Galilee.  If you have prayer needs, 

                              speak to any of the group or email 

                              Kings Church Admin and the request will be 

                              forwarded to them.



2:00 pm              PCW meets here at Kings Church.  All women of

                             the congregation are welcome!

7:00 pm              Music Team meets in the Sanctuary

8:00 pm              Instrumentalists meet for practice



                            Rev. Tim will be 1 of 3 Presbytery representatives

                              at a conference on imagining the creation of new

                              congregations in Truro.



6:00 pm              Hanlon-Newcombe Wedding Rehearsal (Sanctuary)



3:00 pm             Hanlon-Newcombe Wedding here at Kings.  (Please

                            remember the families in your prayers.                            


9:40-9:55 am     Join the Pre-Worship Prayer Group in Galilee.

10:00 am           Worship with Children's Church School program.


Scripture Reader:     Jacques Ricard    

Elder Assisting:         Mike vandenHof

Sound System:          Donald Belding

Projection:                 Greg Main 

Welcomers:               The Churchill Family 

Nursery:                     Alice VanHattem & Robbie Trider

Counters:                   Andrew Hartlen & Krista Trider

Hospitality:                Edith Morgan & Marion Merrill 


1.  The first Fall Corn Chowder/Hamburger Soup Luncheon at the Port Williams United Baptist Church will be taking place on Wednesday, September 20 from 11:30 am-1 pm in Lockwood Hall. As always we will have a great choice of delicious desserts, fresh bread, tea and coffee. The cost is $8 and we look forward to seeing you there! (Sponsored by the Loyal Workers of PWUBC)

2.  OVUC October Soup & Dessert Luncheon, Tuesday, October 3 - Please join us at Orchard Valley United Church for our monthly Soup & Dessert Luncheon on Tuesday, October 3.  We'll be serving a choice of Hamburger & Tomato Tortellini Soup or Roasted Cauliflower Soup, homemade biscuits and rolls, tea/coffee, and Cake with Fruit Sauce for dessert, for $8/ person.  Lunch is served from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm.

3. This fall marks the 500th Annniversary of the Protestant Reformation - 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses for Debate to the door of the castle church at Wittenburg, Germany and the Reformation began. Orchard Valley United Church will offer 4 sessions focussing on the Reformation. These will be informal and enjoyable, as well as (hopefully) informative, and will be based on several skits on the subject. This is what's being proposed:

1.     Martin Luther Comes to Kings County - a look at some of the events of the early part of the Reformation.

2.     So Close to God, So Far from Each Other - A discussion, from the perspective of Heaven, between Martin Luther, John Calvin and Pope Paul III, concerning what they believed.

3.     We Do Remember - A discussion with King James about the King James Version of the Bible.

4.     Christianity's Family Tree - (no skit) Looking at the various branches of Christianity, and how they split (and amalgamated). Specific attention to the various denominations represented in our Kings County ancestry.

These sessions will take place at Orchard Valley United Church, 130 Cornwallis Ave. New Minas, Wednesday afternoons, 3:30-5:00 pm, Sep. 27 to Oct.18. All are Welcome!

Cultivating Healthy Communities

In her community in Nicaragua, Sandra believed she was feeding her children wholesome, nutritious food. But the chips and soda that made up the bulk of their diets led to illness and delays in growth. Presbyterian World Service & Development supported community promoters are helping families like Sandra's improve their nutrition by discussing the benefits of locally grown, fresh produce and helping establish household gardens. Sandra now understands that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is important for a healthy future. Today, her children are energetic and healthy. For Sandra, this project is the beginning of a brighter future for her family and community. "Our mission is to share what we have learned so that our community will prosper with healthy and active families."

PWS&D supports food security and nutrition