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

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Announcements


THIS WEEK

(July 04 - July 09, 2017)

                   

WEDNESDAY 

10:00 am            Prayer Group is taking a break for the summer.  

                              They will resume meeting Wednesday, Sep. 6

                              If you have prayer needs, speak to any of the

                              group or email Kings Church Admin and the 

                              request will be forwarded to them.

1:00-3:00 pm     Time Out will be taking a break for the summer 

                             and will resume meeting in September. 

                                   

SUNDAY

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

10:00 am           Worship with Summer Church School program.  

11:30 am           Congregational Potluck Lunch         

 

Scripture Reader:      Barry MacDonald   

Elder Assisting:         Mike vandenHof

Sound System:          Don Teed

Projection:                 Peggy Beazley

Welcomers:               Barry & Florence MacDonald

Counters:                   Barry MacDonald & Dorothy Maynard

Summer Program:    Alice VanHattem & Heather Churchill 


IN THE COMING WEEKS 


SINGING SONGS OF JOY IN MALAWI

Presbyterian World Service & Development's Building Sustainable Livelihoods program in Malawi supports orphans and vulnerable children, women, and people living with HIV and AIDS to overcome poverty and build hopeful futures. One way this is accomplished is through self-help groups. Last year, 22 groups were established, enabling vulnerable women to save and borrow loans to better care for their families. With her first loan, one woman transformed her life. With her savings, she opened a small grocery stall. Today, she is earning enough to support herself, buy food and hygiene supplies for her family and pay her son's college tuition. "I am really grateful to this project. It is there to empower us," she says. "We are now singing songs of joy." 

PWS&D responds to lift families out of poverty