Announcements

This is for announcements and other news

Deacon Candidate Nominations

After discussion, prayer, and communication with the nominated deacon candidates, our sister Valerie has accepted the invitation to become a candidate for the upcoming Deacon Election. According to our church by-laws, congregation members are invited to submit further nominations between Oct 2-Oct 9 via the link below: https://forms.gle/T2rghntnxCyoa1wY7 The final list of deacon candidates will…

Fire Drill

Sunday Sept 25: A fire drill will take place around 9:10am & 12:30pm during Sunday worship. When the alarm rings, please calmly exit the building using the following instructions: The front four rows of the sanctuary congregation can exit through the front side door of the sanctuary, while the remaining congregation can exit through the…

Sept 11 Welcome Back Party

On Sunday Sept 11, we will be having a church-wide Welcome Back party/community fun day. On that day, the Chinese worship will be a combined service at 10:00 am, while the English worship will be integrated into the whole Welcome Party event. There will be food trucks to provide light lunches ($5 each with tips),…

Deacon Candidate Nominations

A Deacon Election Committee (DEC) has been formed, consisting of members Kate Kung, Ivy Poon, Angie Au, Lawrence Lo, and Enoch Yim. The board would like to invite members to nominate deacon candidates to the DEC by completing the form below, with two members’ signature by the deadline September 4th. https://forms.gle/tZRrwCHxwXiSatVF6 According to church bylaws,…

60th Canada Chinese Christian Winter Conference

The 60th Canada Chinese Christian Winter Conference is happening this year from Dec 27-31, 2022 at Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel in Richmond. For more details, please see the attachment below, or visit www.cccwc.ca 60th CCCWC Information (English) the church has limited subsidies available for participating members on a first-come first-served basis. If there are any…

Support for a Refugee Family

In response to the Mission Relief ministry of the Mennonite Central Committee Canada, the Mission Board has decided to provide financial support for an Afghan sister’s family, Rabia (whom our sister church Port Moody Pacific Grace Church is also supporting), to come to Canada as a refugees. Rabia’s family are of the Hazara ethnicity, one…