7 Jul 2017

July 9, 2017 CHURCH NEWS

Posted by mimichu


Appreciation to Rev. Chan who is willing to support our church ministries and accepted to be our part-time “Interim Preaching & Equipping Pastor” from 7/1-8/20. Other than preaching on some Sundays, he works in the office on Mon.-Wed. He will preach in English Services on 7/9, 8/13 and 8/20.

Sunday School Today Join us in discovering the truth @11:45pm.

Adults: Room A8 | High School: Room A10 | Youth: Room A13.

Prayer Meetings We need vision from the Lord. Come pray together!

Sunday @9:15-9:45am (room A12) | Tuesday @7:30pm (room A10)

2017.1-6 Offering Report Simple Report is available in the foyer while the Detailed Report can be seen on bulletin board. For inquiry, please contact Mimi.

VCS Summer Break The teaching stuffs are still in all rooms & the gym. Please let them sleep there and keep safe.

Staff News Rev. David Chan will attend the 7/10 VCEMF in the morning.


7/13 (Thu)   Will celebrate Ema Bakr’s first birthday in Canada. The refugee family needs a volunteered English teacher, if you are willing to help, please contact refugeeteam@pgmbc.com

7/16 (Sun)   2:30-4:30pm Seminar “Religious Reform and Reform the Church” (Cantonese) joint with Alliance Bible Seminary at PG. Dr. John Chan will be the main speaker and will be responded by Rev. David Chan. Q&A time available. See poster for detail.

7/21-29        Vancouver Challenge – Learning local cross cultural mission, knowing more about Muslim, Hinduism, Sikhism or Buddhism. We have 12 registered, please remember this training in your prayer.

7/29 (Sat)     1-4pm Community Day. We need all 3 congregations to serve together, especially set up and clean up!  Please contact Vivian Lee for further info: vivian.wayne.815@gmail.com

8/13(Sun)    Earthquake & Fire Drill during Sunday Service and Sunday School.

9/30(Sat)      Plan to Protect Training @2-4pm. It is mandatory for all volunteers who minister and work with children, youth and seniors. The APS committee is committed to ensuring the safety of our church family, and this training is an important step in abuse prevention.

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