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Announcements

Sunday 17th March 2019


This Week’s Meetings... 1. Easter presentation: A Living Hope by chur ch choir and dr ama minis-
try. Sunday April 14th & Sunday April 21st, 2019 @6pm and 8:45am, re-
spectively. Guests are kindly asked to be present by 5:45pm and 8:30am,
Call To Worship Prayer Meeting: Tuesday 19th Mar ch, 2019 respectively. Choir practice resumes on Thursday 14th March 2019 @
Marcus Ramdath 5:15pm
Richard Aching Sick & Elderly/Evangelism
Prayer for the World: Egypt 2. Next Ladies’ Meeting: “CROSS CULTURE/OUR CHINESE BRETH-
ERIN” Sunday 28th April, 2019 @4:30pm. Grace Chapel. MV: 1 John
Opening Hymns 3:18. Facilitators: Gail Ali, Deborah Hoyte & Joy Chang
The solid Rock (Hymn 293) Youth Group - Friday 22nd March, 2019 @6:30pm
3. Visionary Adults: “Relationship Matters– Marriage, Premarital issues,
Scripture Reading Communication.” Details: Thursday 28th March, 2019 @7pm sharp, Grace
Ezra 5 Evangelism - Friday 22nd March, 2019 @5:30pm Chapel There will be special guests from Family Life Ministries leading
this session. There will be a box at the notice board where anonymous
Welcome & Announcements questions will be accepted for this night.
Sunday Worship Service - Sunday 24th March 2019
Elder Anthony Macintyre Leader: Warren Thomas 4. CAMP TRINAWANA: Catching Fir e: August 9th-14th, 2019. Venue,
Turning Point, Maracas , St. Joseph. Hands are needed in this ministry, if
Speaker: Richard Aching you are interested, please see any camp committee members.
Worship Ushers: Victoria Macintyre & Rebekkah Ramdath
The world is not my home Greeters: Rhett Chang 5. VBS 2019 will be held fr om 15th J ULY - 19th JULY 2019. Please begin
Rejoice (461) PRAYING about your availability. Laborers are needed in this part of the
Nursery: *Victoria Chang & Christopher Ali vineyard as we sow the "SEED" into the lives of our nation's children.
Awesome God
Sunday Worship Service - Sunday 31st March 2019 Prayer Corner
Offering Leader: YOUTH Abroad
Speaker: YOUTH Justin Richardson, Wesley Solomon, Marie Guiseppi, Natasha Forde, Christian
Reprise (Nursery) Ushers: Gianni Charles & Anya Aching Guiseppi & Lizanne Aching-Guiseppi, Kistian, Cassandra & Ezra Flemming,
Greeters: Rhett Chang Lyndon Guiseppi, Drs. Simone and Satish Maharaj, Elise Celestin, Jeremy Mac-
intyre, Petal & Josh Saari.
Message Nursery: TBA
Elderly & Unwell
Pastor Walter Brian Rochester Errol Vasquez, Suzanne Lue Qui, Mrs. Lue Chee Kong, Cary Chan, Sylvia Fung,
Fazilette Macintyre, Edgar Richardson, Gerald Bernard, Kay Parkinson, William
“What kind of church is this?: Laodicea -PART 2” (Nursery age group is from 18 months to 8 years old) Allum Poon, Melissa Alexander.
Revelations 3:14-22 Pastoral Team
Walter Brian Rochester, William Allum Poon, Gerald Bernard, Dave Chang, An-
Closing Hymn thony Macintyre.
Open my eyes that I may see (506) Diaconate Leadership
Richard Aching, Dr. Terry Ali, Florence Forde, Andrew Macintyre, Jack Pan, Opal
Thomas, Marcus Ramdath, Warren Thomas.
Contact Pastor Walter Brian Rochester for prayer and/or counselling:
Youth Ministry Leadership Team
Mobile 779-1150 Kareem Hernandez, Vernon Hamblet, Danielle Nivet, Daena Boodoo, Kelli Chang,
Church Office: 622-4118 Kaisha H, Lyndon Maynard II. | Warren Thomas, Youth Director.
Email: walterbrochester@gmail.com Pray for examination students
SEA: Kaedyn Andr ews, Elizabeth Ruan
CSEC: Anya Aching, Leo Sudhoo, Tyler Hendr ickson, Dimitr i Char les, Kr is-
Ushers: Dimitr i Char les & Dominique Boodoo General Reminders tian Vasquez
CAPE: Kezia Roach, David Callender , J oshua J ar dim, Br ennan Campbell,
 Kindly switch-off/place on silent all cell-phones during today’s Andrea Richards, Terichelle Sorillo, Amy Chang, Gianni Charles, Christy Guiseppi,
Greeters: Rhett Chang service. Grace Pan
TERTIARY: Danielle Budraj, Jeremy Macintyre, Elise Celestin, Jonathan Celes-
Nursery Facilitators: *Stephen Ber nar d & Kr yslyn Ali  Please refrain from eating and drinking in the sanctuary.
tin,, Marie Guiseppi, Kaisha H., Chynel Ramdhanie, Dylan Nero
PRAYER FOR THE WORLD What kind of church is this?: Laodicea
EGYPT

Continent: Africa 5 Steps to Remedy Lukewarmity (Rev 3:14-22)


Capital City: Cairo
Government: Republic
Population: 97,041,072
Major People Groups: Arab 92.1%, Berber 2%,
Gypsy 1.4%, Nubians 1.1%, other 0.8% 1. Go to the best doctor. (verse 14)
Religion: Muslim 90%, Christian 10%
Language: Arabic, English, French
GDP Per Capita: $13,000
Literacy Rate: 73.8% 2. Check your Spiritual Temperature. (verses 15-16)
UNREACHED: 59.5%
Egypt’s ancient legacy and span of achievements is truly astounding. This
remarkable nation is often known by the world for its ancient pyramids,
nearly 3,000 years of history, and the Biblical story of the deliverance of
the Israelites. Though it has a predominantly desert landscape, farms and
sprawling cities line the banks of the Nile River. Egypt remains the most
3. Check for dollar sign symptoms. (verse 17)
G RACE C HAPEL
populous country in the Arab world and holds great regional and global (Chinese Christian Fellowship)
influence. What happens here has the potential to impact the entire Mus- 4. Take the Master’s ………………….. (verses 18-19)’
lim world!
49 Long Circular Road
The Arab Spring (a series of anti-government protests and uprisings
across the Middle East starting in 2011) sparked political upheaval across 5. Make haste to …………... and open the ………. to St. James
the Arab world. Egypt was no exception, erupting in mass protests that Healing. (verses 19-20)
led to the ousting of then President Hosni Mubarak. Clashes between the
Muslim Brotherhood protesters and the brutally reactive military left hun-
dreds dead. Conflict continues to polarize the nation. Amid an increasing-
ly repressive government, Egypt is terrorized by Islamic extremism. Fol-
lowing the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi in 2013, militants
linked to the Islamic State (IS) led an insurgency, bringing widespread
terror and the tragic deaths of thousands. Political unrest has inhibited the
nation from addressing economic problems, corruption, and strained re-
sources. Approximately a quarter of the population lives in poverty, only
exacerbated by the water crisis. Farmers face imprisonment or hunger due If you have any announcements to put into the bulletin, please email:
to the regulations on crops that require more water. In addition to this Danielle Nivet: daniellenivet@gmail.com
tragedy, forced labor and sex trafficking leaves street children especially
vulnerable. Jade– Mark Sonilal: jmsonilal@gmail.com
PRAYER POINTS

• Pray for a stable and trustworthy government to act in the interest


Frontline Missionary Corner
of all its people.  Creous and Elizabeth Ramdath—Serving in Peru

• Pray for the Church to continue to overcome evil with divine for-
 Chris, Nicola, Joshua & Katie Hewitt A PLACE F O R E V E RYO N E
 Ronnie and Heather Yearwood
giveness and love.
 Gilbert and Lydia Nigh— Serving in Canada
 Pray for Jesus to reveal Himself to an unprecedented number of  Timothy and Fiona Fung—Serving in France
Muslims disillusioned by Islamic State.  Annie Chang—Serving in Rwanda
 David Bernard —Serving on the Logos Hope
https://prayercast.com/EGYPT.html
“The harvest is plenty, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore
to send out workers into His harvest field."