Announcements for Sunday, April 22:
THE FLOWERS have been placed on the altar to the glory of God.
MOVIE NIGHTS: Today is our TV Night and we will watch episodes of “Kings”, a contemporary show based on the story of King David. As usual, we will meet at Peter Schuler’s home at 4 pm, watch the shows, then enjoy a potluck dinner and discussion. All are welcome—hope to see you there!
THANK YOU: to the many Good Shepherd and Methodist Korean churches volunteers who helped clean inside and outside the church on Spring Clean-up Day. We cleaned sumps and eavestroughs and we moved the bulk of the Fiba mulch on the West side of the church from under the trees to more open and more secure pic-nick and play area locations. Your help is greatly appreciated. Property Team
CLWR BALING DAYS: From May 14-15, 2018, the Lutheran churches of Fraser Valley are invited to gather in Abbotsford for Baling Days. This is an event where volunteers of all ages come together to sort, fold, count, tape, weigh, label and load supplies for CLWR in preparation for them to be shipped to their overseas operations. Baling Days is a great opportunity for fellowship, to learn more about the work of CLWR, and to make a significant contribution towards the alleviation of poverty and suffering. For further information or to arrange carpooling, please consult Baling Days veterans Donata Startin, Flora Pregler, or Elaine Sinton.
VBS COLOURING PAGES: Available for pickup on the Parish Information Table.
SEMINARY NEWSLETTER: The latest newsletter from our seminary in Saskatoon is available on the Parish Information Table.
LOOKING FOR A CARETAKER: We are asking a second time whether any of you know someone who might have the skills to serve as a church caretaker. If so, please refer her or him to the Property Team who will provide a detailed Job Description for further discussion. Thank you, Louis Giguère Property Team
OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES : The Outreach Team would like to make the following information available to you and ask for your assistance:
• Gently used clothing appreciated; in particular, men’s jeans in smaller sizes (30-32-34 waist), men’s and ladies’ running shoes. Plain dark coloured T-shirts (men’s). Please use the bin marked “Clothes for the Homeless”. NOTE: No small kitchen or electrical appliances (not accepted by SHARE).
• Donations to the Food Bank can be left in the bin marked “Food for the Hungry”–always graciously accepted.
GUITAR LESSONS : Yvon’s guitar lessons are held on Thursdays evenings from 7 pm to 8:15 pm. A $10.00 donation is suggested. For more information contact Yvon Malenfant at 778-862-5240 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.