Kings Presbyterian Church


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Rev. Dr. Tim Archibald has Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 9AM to 12 noon.


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(March 12 - March 18, 2018)


MONDAY           Rev. Tim will enjoy a week of vacation.         



10am-12:30pm Art Class with Twila Robar-Decoste (week 6 of 8)




10:00 am          Prayer Group meets in Galilee.  If you wish to pray or 

                            would like to be prayed for, please join us.

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



7:00 pm            Music Team meets for practice.

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet to practice for service.




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

10:00 am          5th Sunday in Lent - Questions Jesus Asks: "If you do  

                            good only to those who do good to you what credit 

                            is that to you?"- Worship with Church School classes 

                            available. Guest Worship Leader: Rev. Tim McFarland.


Scripture Reader:     Johanne Boisvert     

Elder Assisting:         Ross Morrow

Sound System:          Don Teed 

Projection:                 Jordan Kruisselbrink 

Welcomers:               Patrica Bowen & Maddex Stevens 

Nursery:                     Lauren Kruisselbrink & Laura Archibald 

Counters:                   Bill Mitchell & Roger Blatt

Hospitality:                Esther Kalkman & Jane Kalkman    


1.  Services for Holy Week: 

    Holy Thursday

    7:00 pm 

    A Service of Silence & Communion

    Good Friday     

    7:00 pm                       

    A Taize style service focusing on five questions Jesus asks 

    during his Trial and Crucifixion.

    Easter Sunday    

    7:00 am  

    Look Off Sunrise Service

    8:30 am 

    Breakfast in the Great Hall

    10:00 am                           

    A Family Service with Communion

2.  World Down Syndrome Day Flag Raising & Proclamation - Wednesday, March 21 at 10am.  The Municipality of the County of Kings, 87 Cornwallis Street, Kentville.

3.  Mental Wellness During Aging Workshop - Tuesday, March 20 (storm date March 27) 9 am-3 pm at Wolfville Baptist Church, 487 Main Street, Wolfville.  Guest Speaker:  Marjorie Willison.  Information for seniors, families, caregivers and service providers.  Some of the topics include:  Importance of Social Connections, Nutrition & Exercise; Dementia, Caregiver Stress, Aging Well strategies.  Admission is free.  Lunch & Snacks included.  To register go online to or call 902-680-8903

4.  The Loyal Workers of Port Williams United Baptist Church invite you to our "Pre Easter" Hamburger Soup/Corn Chowder Luncheon on Wednesday, March 21 from 11:30 am to 1 pm. Along with our delicious soups we will be serving an array of toothsome desserts, fresh baked bread, tea and coffee all for $8. per person. (Please note- our storm date is the next day, Thursday March 22. Please check cancellation notifications at the radio stations if we have to change to the storm date.)

5.  Finance Team meets next on Monday, March 26 at 7:30pm.

Liftoff Evangelism Network

Imagine what it would be like if each congregation in The Presbyterian Church in Canada was intentional about equipping their members to share their faith and to invite others to experience the fullness of life in Christ. Supported by gifts to Presbyterians Sharing, Canadian Ministries is spearheading a program to turn this dream into a reality. In October 2017, five congregational leaders from across the country gathered to learn more about evangelism and to begin crafting the first stages of projects to take back to their congregations. These leaders will be supported through one-on-one coaching as they begin their work in evangelism over the next year. This meeting between leaders is a first step towards developing a network that will support a culture of evangelism in local congregations across Canada.

Presbyterians Sharing equips congregations for evangelism