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            Rehearsal Schedule 

             Saturday, December 8       9am-11am

            Saturday, December 15     9am-11am

            Saturday, December 22     9am-11am


(December 03 - December 09, 2018)



6:30-8:00 pm    Youth Group meets in the Great Hall.


10:00 am          Prayer Group meets in Galilee.  Prayer request cards are

                            available on the ministry opportunities table or you 

                            can email your request to 

1:00 pm           The Women's Group "Time Out" meets here at Kings. 

                            New members are always welcome. If a drive is 

                            needed, please send an email to: 


6:30 pm            Joint budgeting meeting in Emmaus.

7:30 pm            Session meets in Emmaus.



7:00 pm            Music Team meets for practice.

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet in the Sanctuary.



9:00-11:00 am  Rehearsal for children's musical here at Kings.     



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

10:00 am          Advent 2: Peace - Worship with Sunday School classes 

                            available for all ages. 

                            Worship leader:  Rev. Sarah Scott


Scripture Reader:     Jim Banach    

Elder Assisting:         John Vandertuin

Sound System:          Jeff Skaling 

Projection:                 Brandon Trider 

Welcomers:               The Trider Family

Nursery:                     Kismet Hartlen & Sarah Hutten 

Counters:                   Andrew Hartlen & Krista Trider

Hospitality:                Dave Jones & Christine Faour



1.  The Korean Cultural Centre proudly presents Jeong Ga Ak Hoe Nonilda - Tuesday, December 4 at 7 pm at the Spatz Theatre, 1855 Trollope Street, Halifax.  A Korean traditional music performance.  Jeong Ga Ak Hoe is a professional music group that specializes in Korean traditional genres of Gagok, Julpungryu and Pansori.  NONILDA, which means to "casually wander about," will take audiences on a playful journey from musical forms that anchor profoundly to the core roots of tradition to music with modernized interpretations and sounds.  Ultimately, Jeong Ga Ak Hoe offers a musical experience that speaks to both the 'past' and the 'present.' RSVP is mandatory and can be done online at

2.  OVUC December Soup & Dessert Luncheon, Tuesday, December 4 - Please join us at Orchard Valley United Church for our monthly Soup & Dessert Luncheon on Tuesday, December 4.  We'll be serving a choice of Sausage and Squash Soup or Tomato Tortellini Soup, homemade biscuits & rolls, tea/coffee, and Gingerbread with lemon sauce for dessert, for $8.00 per person.  Lunch is served from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm.  (Sorry, no delivery available this month.)

3. Remembrance of Victims of Intimate Partner Violence - 3 pm, Thursday, December 6.  Join us for a time of remembrance, song, prayer, poetry and scripture readings.  St. James Anglican Church, Kentville.

4.  Kings Chorale presents an afternoon of music for choir and brass on Sunday, December 16 - 3:00 pm at Wolfville Baptist Church.  Special guests will be the Burgundy Brass from Middleton. Music will include pieces both new and familiar, with some exciting arrangements of old favourites. Tickets are $15 and available either from Kings Chorale members or at the door.

5.  The much anticipated return of Wassail! Medieval, folk, and traditional music for the season, featuring the stunning voices of the Manning Chapel Choir, with a roaring band of acclaimed NS folk players; Kirsty Money - Nykelharpa, Charlie Wilson - Irish flute, Jude Pelley - Basouki, and Grant Hill - Small Pipes, directed by John Scott. Festivities will begin shortly before 4pm on Sunday Dec. 9, with a few ancient carols on the Chapel grounds, then in to the chapel where we'll kick the season in to high gear. Tickets on sale at Box of Delights ($15, 12yr and under free). Student tickets available day-of at the door.

World Soil Day is December 5

Soil gives life and supports livelihoods around the world. In Badin, Pakistan, Rabia's life depends on access to rich, fertile soil - she needs it to grow the crops she sells each week at the market. But an especially dry summer has led to severe water shortages in her village. Rabia's soil was too arid to yield the produce she needs. With support from PWS&D and Canadian Foodgrains Bank, Rabia has learned to adopt agricultural practices that use less water. She also received seeds to grow crops that can survive extended dry periods. "This is highly beneficial for farmers like me, who reside in water-scarce areas," shares Rabia. 

PWS&D helps farmers adapt to climate change