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THIS WEEK

(January 14 - January 20, 2019)

 

WEDNESDAY

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

                            request, please fill out one of the cards on the 

                            ministry opportunities table and put it in the prayer 

                            box. 

1:00 pm           The Women's Group "Time Out" meets in Galilee.

 

THURSDAY

7:00 pm            Music Team meets for practice.

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet for practice.

 

SUNDAY

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

10:00 am          Worship with Sunday School available for all ages.  

                            Guest Worship leader:  Rev. Sarah Scott

                                                      

Scripture Reader:     Ken Kingsbury    

Elder Assisting:         John Vandertuin

Sound System:          Don Teed 

Projection:                 Brandon Trider 

Welcomers:                

Nursery:                     Lauren & Evan Kruisselbrink 

Counters:                   Tim Maxner & John Vandertuin

Hospitality:                Mary Schofield & Linda Schofield

   


IN THE COMING WEEKS 

1.  The Kings Church Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, February 24, 2019 following worship and lunch together.  It's a time to look back with thanksgiving and look ahead with vision.  Plan to be part of it.

2.  Deadline for 2018 Reports - If you were the leader and/or scribe of a ministry team or small group in 2018, please submit a report to Peggy by Sunday, January 20 to be included in the Annual Report.

3.  PCW Soup Luncheon - Thursday, January 31 from 11 am to 1pm.  Come and choose from a variety of delicious soups.  Bring a friend!  Free will offering.

4. The Loyal Workers of Port Williams United Baptist Church invite you to our "First of 2019" Hamburger Soup/Corn Chowder luncheon on Wednesday, January 16 from 11:30am to 1pm. Cost is $8. per person and as always we will be offering a great array of delicious desserts, fresh breads, tea and coffee. (PLEASE NOTE: snow date of Thursday, Jan. 17, announcements of a change will be made on the Church Facebook page, AVR, K-Rock and on valleyevents.ca)

5.  Hearing God Seminar - January 17-19 at St. James Anglican Church, Kentville.  "Hearing God" is a course founded on the love of God and His overwhelming desire to communicate with His people.  The foundation of any relationship is love; an unwavering commitment to one another.  And any relationship is lost without communication.  From the prophets of the Old Testament to the indwelt presence of the Christian age, the life of God is on display in the heart of every believer.  Those who follow God will hear His voice, love His world, and do His exploits.  This course is designed to prepare you to hear God more clearly and intimately, for yourself and for others.  Seminar Manuals will be available for $20.  Free will offerings will be received in lieu of a Seminar Fee.  Pre-Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/preparing-the-heart-hearing-god-registration-54304065923 

6.  Death Cafe - An Open Discussion about Death - January 21 from 2:00-3:30 pm (snow date - January 28) at the Port Williams Community Centre. No registration required.  Free to all who are interested.  For more info contact Palliative Care Office at (902) 542-6303


A Warm Welcome for Jumai

Whenever Jumai went out into his Nepali village, he would be cruelly mocked because of his ulcers, sore patches and swollen legs.  Jumai was living with leprosy and couldn't afford to pay for ongoing treatment. Visiting the PWS&D-supported Shining Hospital changed everything. When Jumai was admitted, he was struck by something more than the timely service and quality medical care - the love and acceptance he felt was a welcome relief after years of shame and judgement. "I feel at home in this hospital," says Jumai. "I receive such good care." Filled with thanks for PWS&D, Jumai looks forward to a better future.  

PWS&D treats leprosy with compassion