Kings Presbyterian Church


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Presbyterian Church in Canada

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Make Poverty History

Canadian Foodgrains Bank


          September 16, 23 & 30     Rev. Sarah Scott

          October 7                         Rev. Dr. Laurence Mawhinney


(September 17 - September 23, 2018)



10:00 am          Prayer Group is taking a summer break from meeting at

                            the church.  Any prayer requests can be dropped in the 

                            box on the Ministry Opportunities Table or emailed to 

                            Barbara at  The group will resume 

                            meeting at Kings October 3.

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: 




2:00 pm            PCW meets here at Kings Church.  New members are 

                            always welcome!

7:00 pm            Music Team meets for practice.

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet in the Sanctuary. 



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

10:00 am           Worship with Sunday School classes available for all 

                            ages. Worship leader:  Rev. Sarah Scott


Scripture Reader:     Gary Connolly    

Elder Assisting:         Johanne Boisvert

Sound System:          Don Teed  

Projection:                 Brandon Trider 

Welcomers:               Gary Connolly 

Counters:                   Tim Maxner & Ken Kingsbury

Hospitality:                Wanda & Dune Campbell

Nursery:                     Evan Kruisselbrink & Maetia Contant



1. Our "See You In September" Hamburger Soup/Corn Chowder Luncheon will be taking place on Wednesday, September 19 from 11:30am to 1:00pm at Port Williams United Baptist Church, Lockwood Hall. As always we will be providing delicious soups, fresh breads, decadent desserts, tea/coffee, all for $8 per person. We look forward to greeting you at our new season of delicious!  

2.  Finance Team meets next on Wednesday, September 26 at 7:30 pm at the home of Dorothy Maynard.

3.  OVUC October Soup & Dessert Luncheon, Tuesday, October 2 - Please join us at Orchard Valley United Church for our monthly Soup & Dessert Luncheon on Tuesday, October 2.  We'll be serving a choice of Tuscan Bean Soup or Roasted Cauliflower Soup, homemade biscuits and rolls, tea/coffee, and Cake with Caramel Sauce for dessert.  $8.00 per person.  Lunch is served from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm.

4.  The Amazing Car Rally - Looking for a fun way to see the sights or spend time with family and friends? Want to test your navigational and "I spy" skills? Then, come join the Amazing Car Rally on Sunday, October 14 at the Port Williams United Baptist Church. Follow a set of instructions that will take you around the Valley answering questions and completing challenges. Each car should have a pen, cellphone, driver and reader/writer. Registration and instructions begin at 2 pm with a potluck supper and awards ceremony at 5 pm. Entrance fee is by free will donation.  For more information, contact

5 Hope Centre Family Church Presents "Freeing the Wounded Soul" with Dr. Steve McEvoy.  Friday, September 21 6:45-9:15 pm and Saturday, 8:45 am-4 pm  Cost is $10 for purchase of the manual.  In "Freeing the Wounded Soul," Dr. McEvoy merges scientific discoveries with the teaching of God's Word.  Coffee & tea will be provided, please bring a bag lunch.  For more information see the poster on the bulletin board.  

6.  Wolfville Area Inter-Church Council Presents - A Workshop with Sr. Nuala Kenny, "Rediscovering the Art of Dying; Challenges for Disciples of Christ."  September 22 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm at L'Arche Building, 341 Main St., Wolfville. Sr. Nuala Kenny, SC, medical doctor, ethicist and professor Emeritus of Pediatrics and Bioethics at Dalhousie University. There will be two presentations with discussion after each one. Lunch break between sessions with soup provided. Please bring your own sandwich. Tea/coffee/water also provided. For registration please contact Nancy Harbers at Cut off date for registration is September 14 as space is limited.

Winter in War-Torn Syria

With Syria facing its seventh year of conflict, the humanitarian situation in the country continues to deteriorate. Caught in the middle of a war zone in central Syria, Rabeha was living a nightmare. Her brother had been killed and her mother lost her legs when the family's home was destroyed. Rabeha's father suffered a stroke that left him paralyzed. Unable to secure a job, Rabeha couldn't afford food, medicine for her parents or heat for the winter. The family endured cold, hungry nights before they enrolled in a Presbyterian World Service & Development food aid project with Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Now that her family receives food baskets, Rabeha is saving money for other needs and was able to face the harsh winter with greater peace of mind.

PWS&D responds to families displaced by conflict