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Sabbath School

Defining Evangelism and Witnessing

Today 1. Bowling Tonight! Join us at Fleetway Bowling

(5 pin and 10 pin) at 8:15 PM. Fleetway Bowling is located at 720 Proudfoot Lane. Come for an evening of indoor fun and exercise. Please note: The second game at 9 PM will be Glow in the Dark bowling. Please sign up for this event on the clip board being passed around. You must be signed up to receive the special group rate. For more information please talk to Don Topper

Matthew 28:19-20 The Church at Study 9:30 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. Superintendent: Pastor Alex Golovenko

Tomorrow Later Events

Worship Hour Song and Praise………………………………Quartet from Choir


Baby Blessing Hymn of Praise..No.180..O Listen to Our Wondrous Story Intercessory Prayer………………………………Edwin Onyango


Next Sabbath, April 14, Ontario Conference Men’s Ministries director Glenn De Silva is speaking at our church for worship. After the general potluck he will have a talk with men on spiritual leadership.


The next general church potluck will be held on Sabbath April 14th. Please bring an item from the section of the first letter of your last name. Feel free to bring additional items from any category, and since we will be having a guest speaker, please bring some for our visitors. A-C Cooked vegetable/Soup, D-F Dessert/ Fruit, G-I Drink/Juice, J-M Bread/Bun, N-R Salad/Raw vegetables, S-Z Main course/Casserole. Please note: If you are bringing a tossed salad, the kitchen staff would appreciate if you could bring it already prepared and cut up (since our crew often does not have enough time to do this during the service). Please bring a dressing for the salad if it is normally served that way.

Praying for Revival and Reformation-discipleship Next Week Praying for Stewardship, Brotherhood

Children Story……“Great Sacrifice!”………Alex Golovenko

“From the Crown to the Throne” Choir Song of Commitment…..No.213…..Jesus is Coming Again Benediction................................................Teresa Ferreira Sunset this Sabbath 7:59 pm Next week 8:07 pm Please send all the bulletin related information to:

“Singles! Come to the annual Singles Ministries Retreat at the Niagara Falls Marriott Gateway on the Falls in Niagara, Ontario. Keynote speaker is Pastor Bill Santos. Registration closes on April 12th. Visit or call 905-571-1022 ext. 204 (Toronto Line 905-686-5757) for more information or to register.”

5. The Seniors Ministry Meeting - If you are interested in being part of Seniors Ministry group, please plan to meet on April 14 at 6:00 PM. address your questions to Aroldo.

6. Ontario Conference School of Evangelism

(OCSE) is coming to London! Started first in Toronto for church members training and attracting 240 students, it built further interest in the province, prompting launch of Eastern (in Ottawa) & South-Western (now in Kitchener, Hamilton & London!) schools. Cost of the 12 month long program is only $200, and attendance will be confirmed for the first 100 paid registrants. Our church will co-sponsor people interested in learning how to witness. The registration deadline is April 15, 2012. Two tracks are available – Lay Evangelism and Credentialed lay Preacher. For more information speak to Personal Ministries director, elder Keim and/or to Pastor Alex. Flyers and brochures are available at our information desk.

7. Elders meeting will take place Monday, April 16 at 5:30 pm at the church.

8. Church Board meeting will take place

Monday, April 16 at 6:30 pm at the fellowship hall. Please provide your agenda items to pastor Alex Golovenko. Planning for summer activities, church growth & May evangelistic outreach will be on the agenda.


For the purchase of an elevator for the North London Church. Sunday April 20 at 10:00 A M Springbank Park. Contact Tony Bell at 519-681-9609 for sponsorship forms and other details. Donations are welcomed, please mark "North Church Elevator"on envelope.

10.“Church – the picture-perfect Bride of Christ” – the pulpit series by pastor Golovenko on essential qualities of Church will conclude on April 21 and 28 with focus on Small groups and Passionate Spirituality, based on messages to Philadelphia and Laodicea in the book of Revelation.

11.Join us on our summer bus trio to

lakeside mall Utica Michigan, U.S.A. cost is $40 we ask that you give a $20 deposit beforehand. Deposits will not be refunded. Bus leaves August 5th, 2012 from 800 Fleet Street, London Ontario. For more information contact: Pam Joseph @ 519-415-8071. See you there.

Notifications 12. ACES of London (Adventist Christian

Elementary School) is accepting applications for Kindergarten classes, coming this Fall 2012. For more information, and to apply speak with Patricia Ferreira, or call the school at 519-453-9419.

13.Inviting ALL to our mid-week church

service on Wednesday nights at 7 pm, Kirmane Allen speaking. It is time for extra prayer, deeper Bible study, and opportunities for members to develop their preaching gifts.

14.For members requesting subscription to Canadian Adventist

publications, you can now make your request online at Click on the top right hand conner "Subscribe", fill in your information and click "SUBMIT". You will receive a "Confirmation Email" as acknowledgement. Adventist World publication is on the internet at

15.Doris Van Leeuwen is

looking to have VBS this year. Whoever is interested in volunteering should please speak to Doris. VBS is looking for donations of tins of paint; the colours being: royal blue, gold – yellow and white. Contact @ (519)-452-7073

Happy Birthdays Apr 8 Jim Wood Apr 9 P.J. Lyons Apr 10 Brittany Bernardo Apr 11 Stepan Golovenko

Apr 13 Sandra Golovenko Apr 15 Elizabeth Palmateer Apr 19 Anthony Nicotera Apr 21 Lukas Rusek

Pray for South Korea, Kosovo, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Latvia, Laos Today continue to pray for the South Korea. Smaller in size but double population to its north neighbour, this country has seen the greatest growth and revival of Christianity in Asia. With early morning and evening prayer meetings every day and all night, prayer concerts on weekends and prayer mountains (retreat centres), the commitment of Korean Christians to prayer is remarkable. One third of people are Christian. Another third are irreligious, and one third is Buddhist or Confucian. Pray for compassion in this nation as they serve Northern refugees and prepare to assist in humanitarian crisis from the North. Tomorrow we lift in prayer Kosovo, a newly formed independent country since 2008. Located between Albania and Serbia it has experienced a decade of war and civil unrest. More than one million refugees were displaced. The country became crime-central in Europe. Ethnically Albanian but under Serbian political rule they could not join Albania and the way out was independence. Mountainous region adds unique character to its inhabitants. Muslim majority is intolerant of Christians as it is seen associated with ethnic Serbs. There is no Adventist presence there at all. Large financial injections from Saudi Arabia and Iran come with strings attached that pull Kosovo toward more radical forms of Islam. While hundreds of mosques have been erected using this money, hundreds of Christian sites have been damaged or destroyed by angry mobs. Pray for openness to Christ in this land. Monday we pray for Kuwait, a unique country in the Arab world where tolerance for other faiths is based on the reality that foreigners comprise most of the workforce. South Asians, Filipinos, Indonesians, Chinese and Koreans predominate as contract laborers or domestic servants. A large number of Kuwaiti families leave much of the child raising to the maids and nannies many of whom are committed Christians. Even as they are considered beneath Arabs and there are no official channels handling the mistreatment and abuse that regularly occurs, pray that Christians would witness as servant-leaders. Tuesday we pray for Kyrgyzstan – the poorest nation in Central Asia. Formerly Soviet republic it witnessed rapid church growth in 1990s. But since 2000 Islam is on the rise. Predominantly Muslim country people are also influence of shamanism and ancestral worship. Pray for Christian witness not to be hindered by ethnic clashes. Lebanon – formerly Christian country, rapidly becoming Muslim. It is the only country in the Middle East where all are legally free to change their religious affiliation. Christians from other Arab countries come here for training. Pray for freedom to continue. Latvia, as many post-Soviet republics, has developed hostility toward ethnic Russians, and it is hindering the unity of Christian witness. Pro-Germanic attitudes are combined with anti-Semitism causing difficulties to large population of Jews and Sabbath keeping Christians. Pray for fast growing evangelical church to be consistent with Gospel principles. Laos - church was persecuted under Communist rule, yet it became the factor for growth, as people prayed and relied on God. Christians lost property, ministers were often imprisoned and killed. Christian presence is very small, but committed. Pray for strength, endurance and safety of Christian mission there.

April 7th 2012 bulletin  

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