News and Announcements - 2 March 2014

Rev. Robert Chew is our Lord’s Messenger today. Grace & Praise (Filipino) Fellowship’s monthly worship service will be held today from 11.30am to 12.30pm in the Choir Room. You are warmly invited to join us.

Children Ministry’s Open Sunday: The John Bunyan Story—A half-hour action-packed, animated program on the life of John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim’s Progress. All Primary 1 to 6 pupils are invited to attend this special event TODAY, from 9.30am — 11.10am at Grace Room.

All members and visitors are invited to watch a documentary about John Bunyan: “The Journey Of A Pilgrim” on 2 March, 11.30am—12.15pm at the Prayer Room.

The Singapore Council of Christian Churches is holding a World Day of Prayer, details are:

Date/Time: 7 March 2014 / 8pm Place: Emmanuel BPC, One Pemimpin #11-04, Jalan Pemimpin

Rev Robert Chew is the worship leader and the SCCC will show a brief video on the relief effort for the Haiyan disaster for our prayer support. We encourage you to come and pray with us.

SBC Orientation — All who have signed up for the Sunday Bible Class please attend the first meeting, SBC Orientation on the 9th March, 11.15am, Main Sanctuary (not 23rd Feb). We will cover a short introduction on the first part of Isaiah. Praise God for all who have already committed to studying Isaiah together. Registration is now closed but please contact Gideon at 97700773 if you wish to join.

Children Ministry Retreat: Calling all teachers, songleaders and musicians to join us for a good time of singspiration, games, devotion and makan fellowship on 15 March 2014, Edelweiss Function Room, from 5pm—8pm.

Reminder: We would like to seek your cooperation in refraining from consuming tidbits or snacks during the worship service. As a norm, it is not proper to consume food or drinks in the Main Sanctuary. Please assist us in keeping our Church Sanctuary, premises and toilets clean and litter free. Thank you.

Today’s floral arrangement is lovingly contributed by Mrs Jennifer Khoo and family.

We welcome Diana Voun, back for a break from her mission work in Mongolia