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09/12/10

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

TODAY AT BEAR CREEK

Christian Service Brigade The Christian Service Brigade is a weekly ministry at BCCC for boys ages 8-18 and takes place every Wednesday at 6:30pm.

9:30 am - Pre-Service Prayer in Prayer Room 10:00 am - Worship - Joel Harrison Message - Conrad Neudorf

CSB resumes

Start Your Engines

September 15, 2010

Nehemiah 1:5-11 Part 1

Now’s the time to register:

Start Your Engines Nehemiah 1:5-11 Part 1

604-590-5957

OUR MINISTRIES Nursery: Mary Ydenberg/Verena Jones Next Week: Joyce Esmeijer/Adrian Chiu Refreshments Today: Candace Lexvold/Lois S. Next Week: Jan Frew/Crystal King Greeter Today: Youth Next Week: Joyce Esmeijer Ushers Today: Mark Ensing/Wesley Snider Next Week: Duncan Ensing/Matt Gulenchyn Prayer Room Today: Candace Lexvold Next Week: Maurice Erickson

NEXT SUNDAY TH SEPTEMBER 19TH , 2010

9:30 am – Pre-Service Prayer in Prayer Room 10:00 am – Worship: Tricia Ris Message: Conrad Neudorf

Start Your Engines #2

our local Christian community

“At BCCC we have passion for God and compassion for others”

Pro Life Events

CONRAD NEUDORF

Hike For Life. . . sponsored by Surrey Delta Pro-Life on Saturday, September 25th. The hike starts at 10am from St. Andrew Kim Parish. Refreshments, pizza and prizes. Hike to save the lives of unborn babies. For pledge sheets or to pledge, please call 604-574-0225.

Surrey Life Chain. . . Give witness to the sanctity of human life October 3rd, from 2-3 pm on King George Blvd between 104 Ave and 96 Ave. Signs are available at Holland Park from 1:15-1:45. For information call Verena Jones at 604-591-7198.

TRANSITIONAL LEAD PASTOR RES: 604.576.0363 — EMAIL: cdneudorf@shaw.ca

DOUG FREW YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT PASTOR CELL: 604-825-1496 — EMAIL: dougfrew@hotmail.com Youth Website: http://bearcreekyouth.com BINDER MAHIL PUNJABI CHRISTIAN CENTRE PASTOR RES: 604-435-1467 OFFICE: 604-590-5957 FAX: 604-590-1361 CHURCH WEBSITE: www.bearcreekchurch.ca OFFICE EMAIL: office@bearcreekchurch.ca 8383-140th Street, Surrey, BC V3W 5K9


Starting this week... Friday evenings from 5:00-6:30pm will be a time of ‘Soaking in the Tabernacle’. Come to the prayer room with a blanket and Bible to spend time in prayer or rest. For more information speak to Lianne Jagger.

Christian Service Brigade...

MON @ 4:00–7:00 pm ->YFC Taekwondo WED @ 6:30-8:30pm -> Christian Service Brigade THU @ 4:00–7:00 pm -> YFC Taekwondo FRI @ 5:00-6:30 -> Soaking in the Tabernacle Ministries that will resume in the Fall: -> Pathway for Girls (WED @6:30) -> Women’s Bible Study (WED @7)

Conrad’s Hours: Tuesday 9-12 Wednesday 9-12 Friday 9-12

The Christian Service Brigade will resume on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010. To register, please contact Wayne King.

Office Update…. Kristen Hedlin is filling in for Emily in the office for the month of September. She will be available Thursday from 8:30-4:30 and Friday from 8:3012:30.

Sunday School Meeting... There will be a Sunday School meeting after the church service today.

Office Emails...

Concert of

PRAYER

He welcomes you to visit him anytime in the office, or take him out for a Grande Triple Toffee Nut Latte.

7 pm

09.12 .10

Please note that we have changed our emails. To contact the office, please email office@bearcreekchurch.ca. For the pastor, contact pastor@bearcreekchurch.ca.

Free Hospital Beds... There is a nearby care facility that is closing down and they are looking to get rid of 70 used, electrical hospital beds. If you are interested in having one, please contact Larry or Colleen McNutt for further information.

Men’s Weekend... There is a Men’s Weekend coming up from September 24-26 at Murray Hedlin’s cabin in the Cariboo. For more information, please speak to Murray Hedlin or Glenn Hulstein.

bearcreekyouth.com Coming up... BREA KOUT youth gr a come re des 8-12 school S present your epte 7:30pm mber 24th at grove ch cedar urch

09/12/10 BEAR CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH If you are a visitor or a newer attendee, we welcome you! Please fill out this visitor information form OR ask a greeter for a visitor’s information card.

Name ____________________________________ Phone # ____________________________________ Email ____________________________________ ____ Guest ____ 2nd Time ____ 1st Time ____ 3rd Time What is your family’s age group? _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________. Would you like a member of our pastoral staff to contact you? Y / N Please describe any ministries that you would be interested in. _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________.

Council Offering YTD 81,474.61

Budget YTD 67,817.31


Sermon Notes... Sunday. September 12th 2010

Title: Start Y o Engines ur #1 Nehemi ah 1:5-1 1 Part 1

Speaker: Conrad Neudorf

Sermon Notes... Sunday. September12th, 2010

Sermon Notes... Sunday. September12th, 2010

Title:

Title:

Start Y o Engines ur #1 Nehemi ah 1:5-1 1 Part 1

Start Y o Engines ur #1 Nehemi ah 1:5-1 1 Part 1

Speaker: Conrad Neudorf

Speaker: Conrad Neudorf


Journey Home is a Christian ministry that seeks to share Jesus’ love by serving refugee claimant families in Metro Vancouver.

Current Project... Journey Home is currently aiding Tamil refugees who have recently arrived on a boat from Sri Lanka. They have been asked to provide housing and resettlement assistance for 10 of these families (women and children) soon to be released from detention next week. Their aim is to assist these families with housing and address their immediate physical needs, as well as introduce them to resettlement resources and help them establish a strong relational support network.

Journey Home is a Christian ministry that seeks to share Jesus’ love by serving refugee claimant families in Metro Vancouver.

Current Project... Journey Home is currently aiding Tamil refugees who have recently arrived on a boat from Sri Lanka. They have been asked to provide housing and resettlement assistance for 10 of these families (women and children) soon to be released from detention next week. Their aim is to assist these families with housing and address their immediate physical needs, as well as introduce them to resettlement resources and help them establish a strong relational support network.

Journey Home is a Christian ministry that seeks to share Jesus’ love by serving refugee claimant families in Metro Vancouver.

Current Project... Journey Home is currently aiding Tamil refugees who have recently arrived on a boat from Sri Lanka. They have been asked to provide housing and resettlement assistance for 10 of these families (women and children) soon to be released from detention next week. Their aim is to assist these families with housing and address their immediate physical needs, as well as introduce them to resettlement resources and help them establish a strong relational support network.

How You Can Help...

How You Can Help...

How You Can Help...

 While BC’s welfare system will provide each family with a basic shelter and support allowance, it does not typically cover the market rate for rentals in our communities. We may be in need of some funds to subsidize the housing rates or to bring on a short-term staff person to assist with this immediate project. Your church might consider a benevolent offering specifically for the Tamil family project or a donation to JHC for our ongoing work with refugees.  A vacant house or apartment could be leased to our organization and provide vital shelter to one or more families.  Warmer clothes for women and children will be required - gently used clothes, coats, boots, and hats would be helpful and there may be a need for backpacks and school supplies.  We will have need for some furniture, household goods, bedding, etc. for the housing units. Any leftover goods will be used in our ministry or become part of the inventory for the anticipated launch of our Thrift Store.  Volunteers are needed who can help with some initial logistics - moving etc. and others who would be committed to showing God’s love through friendship. Those who speak the Tamil language to provide interpretation will be especially helpful.  We need prayer for these needs and for the families that have arrived in Canada from Sri Lanka. Pray that they would experience and respond to the saving love of Jesus. For more information contact James Grunau

 While BC’s welfare system will provide each family with a basic shelter and support allowance, it does not typically cover the market rate for rentals in our communities. We may be in need of some funds to subsidize the housing rates or to bring on a short-term staff person to assist with this immediate project. Your church might consider a benevolent offering specifically for the Tamil family project or a donation to JHC for our ongoing work with refugees.  A vacant house or apartment could be leased to our organization and provide vital shelter to one or more families.  Warmer clothes for women and children will be required - gently used clothes, coats, boots, and hats would be helpful and there may be a need for backpacks and school supplies.  We will have need for some furniture, household goods, bedding, etc. for the housing units. Any leftover goods will be used in our ministry or become part of the inventory for the anticipated launch of our Thrift Store.  Volunteers are needed who can help with some initial logistics - moving etc. and others who would be committed to showing God’s love through friendship. Those who speak the Tamil language to provide interpretation will be especially helpful.  We need prayer for these needs and for the families that have arrived in Canada from Sri Lanka. Pray that they would experience and respond to the saving love of Jesus. For more information contact James Grunau

 While BC’s welfare system will provide each family with a basic shelter and support allowance, it does not typically cover the market rate for rentals in our communities. We may be in need of some funds to subsidize the housing rates or to bring on a short-term staff person to assist with this immediate project. Your church might consider a benevolent offering specifically for the Tamil family project or a donation to JHC for our ongoing work with refugees.  A vacant house or apartment could be leased to our organization and provide vital shelter to one or more families.  Warmer clothes for women and children will be required - gently used clothes, coats, boots, and hats would be helpful and there may be a need for backpacks and school supplies.  We will have need for some furniture, household goods, bedding, etc. for the housing units. Any leftover goods will be used in our ministry or become part of the inventory for the anticipated launch of our Thrift Store.  Volunteers are needed who can help with some initial logistics - moving etc. and others who would be committed to showing God’s love through friendship. Those who speak the Tamil language to provide interpretation will be especially helpful.  We need prayer for these needs and for the families that have arrived in Canada from Sri Lanka. Pray that they would experience and respond to the saving love of Jesus. For more information contact James Grunau

cell 604.329-8112 james@grunau.ca

cell 604.329-8112 james@grunau.ca

cell 604.329-8112 james@grunau.ca

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