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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(April 09 - April 15, 2018)



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



10am-12:30pm Art Class with Twila Robar-Decoste (week 11 of 14)




                         Rev. Tim will be inj Kensington-New London, PEI 

                            offering coaching to the new reVision Project 

                            sponsored by Canadian Ministries.



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.



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


7:00 pm            Music Team meets for practice.

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet in the Sanctuary.



10:00 pm          Inn From the Cold



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

10:00 am          The Great 50 Days of Easter - Celebration of Communion

                            Worship with Church School classes.


Scripture Reader:         

Elder Assisting:         John Vandertuin

Sound System:          Jeff Skaling 

Projection:                 Brandon Trider 

Welcomers:               Nancy Hurren, Tracy Oickle & Corine Lutz 

Nursery:                     Alice VanHattem & Robbie Trider 

Counters:                   Peggy Beazley & Dorothy Maynard

Hospitality:                Nancy Hurren, Tracy Oickle & Corine Lutz    


1.  Vacation Bible Camp:  Venture onto an uncharted island where kids survive and thrive.  Anchor kids in the truth that Jesus carries them through life's storms.   Kings Presbyterian Church welcomes Shipwrecked, Vacation Bible Camp, July 2-6, 2018.  Mark your calendars and don't miss this exciting opportunity to be a part of this fun and energizing ministry. Your creativity, leadership, and/or donations of materials and supplies are all welcome.  A volunteer sign up and donation station board is up in the Great Hall.  Please take a peak and see how you may be able to help out this year.  For information, please contact Heather Churchill at

2. The Loyal Workers of Port Williams United Baptist Church invite you to our "Last 'til September" Hamburger Soup/Corn Chowder Luncheon on Wednesday, April 18 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.

3. Join us on Sunday, April 22, 3:00pm at University Hall, Acadia to celebrate community singing!  A Free Will Donation will be collected at the door (suggested donation $10.00 (adult), $5.00 (child)).  All proceeds from the concert will be donated to support choral and singing programs in local schools. Annapolis Valley Honour Choir and the North Mountain Community Chorus are joining forces to present a joyful concert that will shine a bright light on the wonderful community singing happening in our valley.   Other participating choirs include the Kings Chorale and Kings Chorale Children's Chorus, Middleton Choral Society, Military Wives Choir, Dukes of Kent, and Our Tunes - a brand new community choir that has begun this year in Wolfville. Each choir will be showcased, with the grand finale seeing more than 300 voices joining together. Throughout the afternoon the audience will be invited to participate in sing-alongs of fun, familiar Nova Scotia favourites!

4. The Annual Meeting of the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre will be held 7:00 pm Monday, April 23, 2018 at the Centre (104 Webster Street, Kentville). All are welcome. Also: Gospel Music Night for the Valley Care Pregnancy Centre will be held at the Windsor Nazarene Church Saturday, April 28 at 7:00 pm.

5. Hear Naim Ateek speak:  Sunday April 29 at 7:00 PM at SMU, Sobey's building, 923 Robie Street, Halifax. Sponsors: Department of Religious Studies, SMU, Anglican Diocese of NSPEI, United Network for Justice and Peace for Palestine and Israel, KAIROS Halifax and Atlantic, and Canadians, Arabs and Jews for a Just Peace.  All are Welcome! (info contact:  Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek is the leading voice of the Palestinian liberation theology movement. He is co-founder and former director of Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Centre in Jerusalem and author of several books and articles on justice and reconciliation in the Holy Land. He will be in Halifax as part of a Canada-wide tour to launch his newest book on "The Bible, Justice and the Palestine-Israel Conflict." 

6.  The PCW Spring Coffee Party & Bake Sale will be held here at Kings on Saturday, May 5 from 10 am to 12 noon.  Come and enjoy coffee cakes, scones, muffins & fruit salad with your tea or coffee.  Browse the craft & bake takes.  Bring a friend!  Free will offering.

7.  The Kings Annual Indoor Yard Sale will be taking place on Saturday, May 12 from 8 am to 12 noon.  Donations will be accepted on Friday, May 11, all day.  If you can help out, please see the signup sheet in the Narthex.  Any questions, contact Bill Mitchell at 902-679-1307.

Easing Suffering in Bangladesh

Since the outbreak of state-led violence against the Rohingya minority in Myanmar's Rakhine state, Safiri has been living in fear. Her husband was shot and her entire village burned to the ground. One night, fearing an attack by members of the army, she fled with her children across dangerous countryside to the Balukhai camp in Bangladesh. Their arrival brought new challenges - shelter conditions were miserable and food, water and sanitation services scarce. Safiri's story of suffering is hard to grasp, but her needs for survival are very real. PWS&D, alongside Canadian Foodgrains Bank and ACT Alliance, is helping Rohingya refugees like Safiri meet their basic needs and find hope that life will once again be normal.

PWS&D responds to meet the needs of refugees