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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

(November 20 - November 26, 2017)

                   

TUESDAY          

                         Rev. Tim will have his bi-monthly "Silent Day"

10 am-12 pm   ALL Art Class meets upstairs in Emmaus. (Week 8 of 8)

6:00-7:30          Table Talk Tuesdays

 

WEDNESDAY    

                         Rev. Tim will have his bi-monthly "Planning Day"

10:00 am          Prayer Group meets in Galilee.  If you have prayer needs, 

                              speak to any of the group, fill out a prayer request card

                              or email Kings Church Office

1:00 pm            Time Out meets in Galilee.  Invite a friend or neighbour.

 

THURSDAY

11:00 am          Local Clergy meet for prayer at St. James Church.

3:30 pm            Annual staff review with Rev. Tim

7:00 pm            Music Team meets in the Sanctuary

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet for practice    

         

SUNDAY

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

10:00 am          Christ the King Sunday - Worship with Children's Church 

                            School program.

6:30 pm            Community Advent Service at New Minas Baptist Church.

                            Offering will go to the Fundy Interchurch Food Bank

                              

Scripture Reader:      Clarence VanderHeide     

Elder Assisting:         Christine Faour

Sound System:          Jeff Skaling 

Projection:                Greg Main  

Welcomers:               Bessie & Lew Flanders 

Nursery:                     Alice VanHattem & Robbie Trider

Counters:                   Peggy Beazley & Dorothy Maynard

Hospitality:                Kevin & Jennifer Veinot, Jeff Brown 


IN THE COMING WEEKS 

1.  Joint Budgeting Meeting - Finance Team, Elders and Ministry Team members are invited to a visioning evening on Wednesday, November 29 at 7 pm in Emmaus to discern a Congregational Budget for 2018.

2.  PCW Christmas Coffee Party & Sale - Saturday, November 25 from 10 am to 12 noon.  Come and enjoy a variety of coffee cakes, scones, cinnamon buns & fruit with your tea or coffee.  Browse the craft & bake tables.  Bring a friend or neighbour along.  Free will offering.

3.  Budget Preparation - Finance Team is starting work on the budget for 2018.  Please submit your budget requests and/or questions to Peggy by Sunday, Nov. 25 or via email peggybeazley.kingschurch@gmail.com 

4.  New Minas 50 Plus Club invites you to join them for "A Christmas Musical Sing-a-Long" with Fred & Jason (country rock) at the New Minas Fire Hall, 1-3 pm, Wednesday, November 29.  Light refreshments, 50-50, door prize.  Admission is cash or food donation for food bank.

5.  Celebrate the season with the Annapolis Valley Honour Choir's "On This Winter's Night With You - An East Coast Christmas." With local guest artists, Sarah Pound and Mike Butler, this Maritime kitchen party concert embraces Nova Scotia's Celtic roots featuring music from Great Big Sea, Ron Hynes and Rita McNeil.  Two performances will take place at Horton High School on December 9 (2:00pm and 7:00pm).  Enjoy a glass of hot cider and bake sale treats to stock your pantry! Tickets available at any Ticketpro location (www.ticketpro.ca) for $15 for adults and $5 for students/children (plus Ticketpro fees) or $20/$10 at the door if available.  

7.  Christmas at Acadia 2017 - MAGNIFICAT - Saturday, December 2, at 7pm Convocation Hall. Admission $10 at the door - Students free.  Join the Acadia University Chorus, directed by Michael Caines, for a wonderful evening of seasonal music, holiday-themed choral works, reflections and new setting of Magnificat. Our concert features university organist John Scott, mezzo-soprano Christianne Rushton, and School of Music faculty and student soloists.  This concert is an annual tradition that is not to be missed!

8.  St. James Anglican Church, 18 Prospect Avenue, Kentville will be hosting a concert on Sunday November 19 (7 PM) with The Dukes of Kent - a local Four-Part Barbershop Choir. The musical program will feature well-known sacred hymns and spiritual songs! All welcome! A Free Will Offering will be received in support of our local Food Bank - The Fundy Interchurch Food Bank. Feel free to bring an offering of canned goods or other items in lieu of a monetary offering.

9. Christmas Coffee Party, Bake & Craft Sale at Orchard Valley United Church - 130 Cornwallis Ave., New Minas on Saturday, December 9, 10:00 am - 12:00. Free Will Donation. Come and enjoy the fellowship and do some "Christmas Shopping." For information contact 902-681-0043.


Universal Children's Day (November 20)

Presbyterian World Service & Development is committed to protecting the rights of children, including the right to food that helps them grow and thrive. A lack of food threatened the life of one-year-old Kai when violent conflict near their village forced his family to flee their home in South Sudan. After they'd walked for days, Kai was showing signs of severe acute malnutrition. Fortunately, when they arrived at a UN protection camp, the little boy was admitted to a feeding centre that is part of a PWS&D-supported nutrition treatment program with Canadian Foodgrains Bank. After two months Kai was discharged, having grown healthier, stronger and better able to face each day while waiting for peace to be restored in South Sudan.

PWS&D protects the rights of children