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(July 15 - July 21, 2019)



7:00 pm             Search Team meets here at Kings. 



10:00 am          Prayer Group will be taking a break from meeting

                            here at the church over the summer months and

                            resume September 18.  Prayer requests can still

                            be made to the group by filling out one of the 

                            cards on the ministry opportunities table or by 

                            email Prayer Group

1:00 pm           "Time Out" has finished meeting for the season 

                            and will resume in the fall.



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

10:00 am          Worship with Children's Summer Program. Guest 

                            Worship Leaders: The Rev. Dr. Laurence 

                            Mawhinney and Rev. Amanda Currie, Moderator

                            of the Presbyterian Church in Canada (see

                            announcement above).

11:30 am          Finger food luncheon with the Moderator


Scripture Reader:              

Elder Assisting:         Krista Trider

Sound System:          Don Teed 

Projection:                 Brandon Trider 

Welcomers:               The Churchill Family

Summer Program:      

Counters:                   Bill Mitchell & Roger Blatt

Hospitality:                John & Eve Steenbeek, Susan McNaughton



1.  In an attempt to find safe housing for some of our local Valley youth, we are still recruiting host homes at the Portal. Please contact Susan for more information at or (902) 670-8063. Or visit

2.  Berwick Camp Minister in Residence 2019 is Rev. Dr. Rodger Nishioka - July 26-August 4.  Evening services at 7pm with Sunday services at 10 am.  Rodger Nishioka became the director of Adult Educational Ministries at Village Presbyterian Church, Prairie Village, Kansas in March of 2016. He is also serving as senior associate. Born in Honolulu and raised in Seattle at the Japanese Presbyterian Church, Rodger is the son of a retired Presbyterian minister. He is one of the most sought-after and inspiring preachers in the Presbyterian Church (USA).  Prior to coming to Village, Rodger taught at Columbia Theological Seminary in Atlanta for 15 years.  Berwick Camp is delighted to be welcoming Rev. Dr. Rodger Nishioka and he is excited to be coming.

3.  Genesis Summit - Join us!  Niagara Falls, ON October 3-4 - Genesis Summit is designed for ministry leaders, pastors and others who desire to learn how genuine spiritual transformation can take place in our churches and ministries.  During the summit we will examine the call to formation as a way to lead and nurture spiritual transformation within our self and the church.  Guest speaker is Marjorie J. Thompson.  Early bird pricing (until August 31) $135/person.  3 or more from the same organization price is $135/person (until August 31)  For more information see the bulletin board in the Narthex, or visit

A Ministry of Presence

When 35cm of rain fell over 5 days in Malawi in March, the presence of PCC mission staff was invaluable. Vivian and Blair Bertrand gave us first-hand accounts of the devastation experienced by over 900,000 Malawians. They recounted the harsh realities, faced especially by subsistence farmers who lost their entire crops. They grieved together with their friends and colleagues when roofs collapsed, walls caved in, latrines were washed away, and family members died. Amid the darkness, Vivian, working with Churches Action in Relief and Development (CARD), has been busy writing proposals for CARD's relief efforts. Proposals include providing emergency items such as food, plastic sheets, cooking pots, water buckets and chlorine to treat water and agricultural support to help people reclaim their livelihoods after the loss of crops and livestock. Presbyterians Sharing supports the Bertrands whose presence opens a window into this widespread tragedy.

Presbyterians Sharing supports international mission staff