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(December 2 - December 8, 2019)



10:00 am           Prayer Group will be taking a break for the month of 

                              December and will resume meeting here at Kings in 

                              the New Year on January 9.  Prayer requests can still 

                              be made to the group by filling out one of the cards 

                              on the ministry opportunities table or by 

                              emailing Prayer Group

1:00-3:00 pm   "Time Out" meets (Galilee).

6:00 pm            Joint Budget Planning meeting (Emmaus).

7:00 pm            Session meets in Emmaus



7:00 pm            Music Team meets 

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet for practice.



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

10:00 am         Advent 2 - Worship with Sunday school classes available 

                            for all ages. 

                         Guest Worship Leader:  Rev. Dr. Laurence Mawhinney


Scripture Reader:     Kismet Hartlen         

Elder Assisting:         John Vandertuin 

Sound System:          Jeff Skaling 

Projection:                 Brandon Trider & Eli Contant  

Welcomers:               Barry & Florence MacDonald 

Nursery:                     Aleida Hutten & Emily Trider

Counters:                   Krista Trider & Ken Kingsbury

Hospitality:                The Kruisselbrink Family



1.  On Sunday, December 8, 2pm at Wolfville Baptist Church, Kings Chorale will be performing their annual Christmas Concert featuring Nancy Telfer's Noel! with harp and flute. Other Christmas music will be presented including carols for brass, choir and audience. Special guests are Isabelle Gagnon, harp; Derek Charke, flute; Maggie Helms. clarinet and the Burgundy Brass. Tickets are $20. and available from choir members or at the door.

2.  OVUC Christmas Soup & Dessert Luncheon, Tuesday, December 3 - Please join us at Orchard Valley United Church for our Christmas Soup & Dessert Luncheon on Tuesday, December 3.  We'll be serving a choice of Sausage and Squash Soup or Cream of Broccoli Soup, fresh biscuits, tea/coffee, and Sticky Date Pudding, for $8.00 per person.  Lunch is served from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm.

3.  Christmas Concert - Saturday, December 14, 7 pm at 118 Oakdene Avenue, Kentville (former Christian Reformed Church).  Ryan Roberts, Kevin Davison, Machaela Taylor Spinney & Rick Spinney.  Tickets are $15 per person for the "Homecoming Christmas Concert" and can be purchased (cash only) at Long and McQuade in New Minas. You can also contact Rick Spinney at (902)-385-2656 or on Facebook.  If you can, please bring a food or clothing item for Open Arms.

4.  A Winter Night Solstice Concert - The Longest Night with Ardyth and Jennifer, Saturday, December 21 at 7 pm at St. James Anglican Church, Kentville.  Tickets are $10 at the door.  Rev. Mel Malton, author & storyteller.

5.  Service/Outreach Opportunities with Open Arms - Volunteers interested in helping with peer supports for our Kentville Community Navigation Team, please write  Volunteers interested in helping at our Berwick Outreach, please write  A part-time Outreach Coordinator/Chaplain for the Kingston/Greenwood area is needed.  This position comes with a modest stipend and compensation for mileage and phone.  We are looking for a mature Christian person with a heart for people living in the margins of society.  Resume and references can be sent to

World AIDS Day was December 1

Sheila was just a few months old when her mother died, and she went to live with her grandmother, Elube, in Malawi. Two years later, Sheila's health began to sharply decline. Elube brought her granddaughter to the PWS&D-supported Mulanje Mission Hospital where Sheila was diagnosed as HIV positive and acutely malnourished. Elube's grief weighed a little less heavily when she learned that Sheila could receive treatment at a nearby orphan care centre. Supported by PWS&D, these centres provide vulnerable children with free medical care, school support and nutrition assistance. With a place to receive antiretroviral treatment and highly nutritious food, Sheila's health is improving and Elube is better equipped to meet her granddaughter's needs.

PWS&D cares for orphans and vulnerable children