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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(October 16 - October 22, 2017)



5:30-7:00 pm    English Tutoring for local family (Emmaus - weekly)



10 am-12 pm   ALL Art Class meets upstairs in Emmaus. (Week 3 of 8)

6:00-7:30          Table Talk Tuesdays.



10:00 am          Prayer Group meets in Galilee.  If you have prayer needs, 

                              speak to any of the group, fill out a prayer request card

                              or email Kings Church Office

1:00 pm            Time Out meets in Galilee.



5:30-7:00 pm    English Tutoring for local family (Emmaus - weekly)

7:00 pm            Music Team meets in the Sanctuary

8:00 pm            Instrumentalists meet for practice



7:00 pm            Preparation for Indonesian Dinner



5:30-7:30 pm    Indonesian dinner prepared by John & Eve Steenbeek.

                            Proceeds to our roof project.



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

10:00 am          Worship with Children's Church School program.


Scripture Reader:     Dave Jones     

Elder Assisting:         Ross Morrow

Sound System:          Jeff Skaling 

Projection:                 Jordan Kruisselbrink 

Welcomers:               Bessie Flanders & Jan Whamond 

Nursery:                     Alice VanHattem & Robbie Trider

Counters:                   Bill Mitchell & Roger Blatt

Hospitality:                Alice & Rudy VanHattem 


1.  PCW Soup Luncheon - Thursday, October 26 from 11 am-1 pm here at Kings Church.  Choose from a variety of soups.  Served with crackers, rolls and dessert.  Free will offering.  Bring a neighbour or friend!

2.  Ten Thousand Villages - Fair Trade Gift Sale - Friday, Oct. 27 12 noon-8 pm and Saturday, Oct 28 from 9 am-3 pm.  For two days the Friends of Ten Thousand Villages offers the Valley community an opportunity to make a difference by shopping fair trade.  Shoppers will discover hundreds of handcrafted home decor items, musical instruments, ornaments, toys and jewelry made by skilled artisans in more than 30 Developing countries. It is a great time to get some Christmas shopping done or pick up something special for yourself!  Tell your friends, family, co-workers, neighbours, and whoever else may be interested.

3.  The Valley Care Pregnancy Centre's "Life is Beautiful" Fundraising Banquet at the Old Orchard Inn: Monday, November 6, 6 pm for 6:30 pm start. No tickets at the door.  Register today by calling or texting 902-300-4704 or email

4.  Sing Lustily and with Good Courage! - The Manning Chapel Choir will be hosting public monthly Sacred Harp sings in the Acadia Art Gallery.  Come join us for an hour of shape-note hymnody, an early American style of hymn singing that welcomes all ages, voices, and levels of experience to participate. We sing for the joy of it, pure and simple. It is not a performance, or an explicitly religious activity, rather a chance to be part of an accessible, interactive music experience. We sing from the Sacred Harp 1991 edition, copies will be provided. The first sing is Friday September 29, 5:00pm, followed by the final Fridays of October and November. More info:, or

5.  Sung Service of Compline with members of the Manning Memorial Chapel Choir.  John M. Scott, director and cantor. Tuesday, October 17 8:00 pm at St. John's Anglican Church, Port Williams.

6.  The Annapolis Valley Honour Choir's first concert of the season"Shall We Dream" shares the emotional journey of those leaving behind a homeland in a search for a better tomorrow. Two performances of this must-see concert will take place at the Horton High School Performance Centre on Oct. 21 (7pm) and Oct. 22 (2:30pm).  Arabic musical guests from the University of Toronto, will be featured in our concert and will offer a public workshop on Sun.,Oct. 22 from 10 am-12 noon at Acadia University's Denton Hall.  A free will offering will support the travel costs for our guest speakers. Concert tickets can be purchased at any Ticketpro outlet ( -  $15/adults and $/children/students (plus Ticketpro fees) or $20 ($10 for children/students) at the door if available. 

7.  The Port Williams Health Auxiliary will be holding its annual Coffee Party and Display at Lockwood Hall in the Port Williams Baptist Church on Saturday, November 4 from 9:30-11:30 am. Our display this year will be Angels and Choristers/Carollers and we will also have our usual bake table, touch-and-take, jewellery and Christmas decorations. Free Will Offering with funds going to our ongoing projects. We look forward to seeing you!

8. Fundy Interchurch Food Bank Volunteer Opportunities - Following are volunteer job descriptions:

    Pick up produce: To pick up produce at grocery stores on a regular


    Packers (Thursdays): Thursday mornings to gather the supplies, at

    the Food Bank, for the clients 10am to 2pm (weekly)

   Stock shelves: Wednesday mornings 8am-9am (weekly)

   Interviews: To interview clients, at the Food Bank, to determine

    the supplies they need. Thursday mornings (weekly)

   Positions relating to the day to day operation of the Food Bank.

Thank you for considering these volunteer positions. If you are interested in helping, please contact Gary Dunfield,  Phone: 902-678-6002 or Email:  Feel free to drop by on Wednesday mornings from 8:30 to10:30 am for a tour of the Food Bank. It is located behind St Joseph's Catholic Church, 50 Belcher St., Kentville, NS.

Day of the Girl (October 11)

A major obstacle to development in many vulnerable countries is that too many women and girls are unable to pursue their hopes and goals, hindered by discrimination and inequality. In Afghanistan, sports are generally male-dominated, but Fahima had a talent for cricket and longed for the chance to play. Presbyterian World Service & Development's Girls Education Program equips schools with sports equipment and leads awareness-raising sessions on the benefits of physical education for students' cognitive development. Fahima's school is participating in the program and now has sessions dedicated for girls to play sports. The young athlete could not be more thrilled. "The school made a cricket team and I was selected as captain," shares Fahima. "I plan on leading my team to victory!"

PWS&D empowers women and girls

World Food Day (October 16)

Today, 800 million people worldwide go to bed with an empty stomach. The majority of the world's hungry people are subsistence farmers. These farmers struggle to cultivate plentiful harvests in the midst of a changing climate, which brings unpredictable and extreme weather events that devastate crops. The Canadian Foodgrains Bank's Climate Fund is a way for Canadians to respond to families impacted by climate change. This year, donations to the Climate Fund will support PWS&D's agro-ecological and food security project in Guatemala. The project has been transformative for Catalina, a farmer who received support to adapt to climate change, grow more vegetables and improve her family's nutrition. "I am grateful that we can see another way to live a healthy life," she says.

PWS&D helps small-scale farmers adapt to climate change