SUNDAY,  DECEMBER 10, 2017

Ushers at Kingsboro:   Clint & Ashley Ching

Nursery at Kingsboro: Dec. 17 - Madison Ching

Ushers at South Lake:                          

MONDAY, DECEMBER 11th
7:00 - 8:30 P.M.  Jr. Youth Group (Grades 6-9) at Kingsboro Baptist Church (This will be the last meeting till the new year)
7:00 P.M.  Board of Management Meeting at South Lake Christian  Church

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12th
6:30 P.M.  Choir Practice at South Lake Christian Church
7:30 P.M. C.W.F.  Eve Bruce, hostess

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13th
7:00 P.M. Choir Practice at Kingsboro Baptist Church
                                                 
FRIDAY,  DECEMBER 15th
9:00 A.M.   Friends and Coffee  at Bluefin Restaurant - Everyone welcome!

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th
8:00 A.M. Men's Breakfast at Kingsboro Baptist Church

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17th
9:45 A.M.  Adult Sunday School Class at Kingsboro Baptist Church
11:00 A.M. Worship Service at Kingsboro Baptist Church - Speaker: Rev. Alec Scott
CHRISTMAS CAROLING
Sunday, December 17, 2017

We will meet at the Kingsboro Baptist Church at 5:45 p,m and leave the church at 6:00 pm to go Christmas Caroling.
We will meet back at the church at 7:30 pm for refreshments and a time of carol singing.


KINGSBORO BAPTIST CHURCH (Alternating Sundays 9:30 & 11:00 A.M.

9:30 A.M. Services:  December 10, 24
11:00 A.M. Services: December 3, 17, 31

SOUTH LAKE CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Every Second Sunday) 

11:00 A.M. Services: December 10, 24

A hugh "Thank You" goes out to Danny Ehler, Richard Robertson, Melinda MacAulay, and Ray and Sharon Ching for putting together the float for South Lake Christian Church at the Souris Parads last weekend.  As a result, a prize of $50 was awarded to the church from the Town of Souris.

CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE - Sunday, December 14th 6:30 pm at KIngsboro Baptist Church -- This is a great opportunity to bring your family and friends to an evening of Worship and Celebration.

SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EVE OFFERING
Again this year, the CBM Hopeful Gifts for Change catalogue offers you meaningful ways to give gifts that affirm life, faith, hope and love. Each Hopeful Gifts items is unique, but the heart of every gift is the same:  real change in tangible and sustainable ways.
A special offering will be received which will be used to provide help to those living in an area of great needs.
Animals: A farm animal is like money in the bank for a family in a developing country. It's also a gift that multiples quickly, as animals produce offspring.
For every $25 your gift provided two chickens and a rooster.
For $230 your gift provides a cow which can be sold for milk and meat to pay for important basic needs.
For $135 your gift and give a goat to a family impacted by HIV and AIDS for four times the benefit - a source of meat, milk, manure (used for organic farming) and money.
All are encouraged, young and old, to share this Christmas the love of Jesus by giving to this special project.

MacLaren Thank You:   A heartful thank you to all those who attended, helped organized, donated time, items and talent to the recent Benefit held on my behalf.  A sincere thank you also to those who sent cards as well as those who have been helping out since my surgery took place.  Thank you so very much.  We feel incredibly blessed.  Jillian