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CHURCH AT STUDY - 9:30-10:40 a.m.


Song Service..


Opening Hymn

1. Happy Sabbath & Welcome to each visitor and

member. Enjoy the Sabbath worshipping and praising

Opening Prayer..
Scripture Reading..
Superintendent........................................................Lo Richards
Lesson Study .......The Book of Job The End........Classes
10:50 Personal Ministry

WORSHIP HOUR - 11:00 am

Introit.. Congregation
*Invocation.....Elder Kirmane Allen
*Hymn of Praise............O Brother, Be Faithful...#602
Congregational Prayer........Elder Teresa Ferreira
Praying for: Maritime & New Foundland/Labrador Conference
OfferingLocal Budget.............Elder Clara Baptiste
Praise & WorshipTeam 2
Childrens Story...............Faith Maphosa
*Scripture ReadingRevelation 3:15-22.........Pathfinders
Special Music..Band
Spoken Word.Elder Kirmane Allen

Lord, I want to be sold out to you

*Hymn of Consecration.....Nothing Between..#322

2. Pathfinders Investiture today @ 2 p.m. Join us

as we celebrate the achievements of the London
Sparrows Pathfinders Club during the year. Next
meeting October 16th @ 10 a.m.
3. Early Teens Bible Study for youth ages 1114 takes place Tuesdays at 7 pm. Please
contact Anna or George for
location. Teens are using Amazing Facts
curriculum Most Important Questions. Free books
are gifted to every participant. Parents are welcome
as you give a ride, please come and fellowship.
4. Bible study this Wednesday
evening. We will be looking at Acts
16: Results and Resistance Continues
in the Early Church. Come this week
at 7:00 pm.!
5. Next Sabbath, we will experience Communion
together, as we follow Christs example and
reflect on His goodness toward us.
6. The youth Bible study group resumes
meetings on Thursday evenings
beginning at 7pm at the Ferreiras
home, 78 Nadine Avenue. Youth 14+ are invited to
join us as we get deeper into God's word and the
spirit of prophecy. For more information, please see
Teresa Ferreira or Sheldon Bailey.

*Benediction..Elder Kirmane Allen

Legend: *Congregation stands
Sunset Today: 7:07 p.m. Next Friday: 6:57 p.m.
Offering next week Canadian Voice of Prophecy
Elder on duty today: Elder Cameron Munro

7. Order your Thanksgiving desserts from us and

support our young children. You can choose
from a variety of freshly prepared homemade
desserts, namely Apple pies, Pumpkin pies, Pecan
pies, Sweet Potato pies and Apple Crisp/Crumble.
Proceeds will be in aid of the Friends of Jesus
Adventurer Club. See flyer for more information.

8. The Adventurer club meeting October

15th, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Registration is required for new and
returning children. Registration forms are
provided in the foyer.
9. How to Help Children Develop Responsibility:
Help children own their behavior: admit their
mistakes, tell the truth, apologize, make restoration,
and commit to more responsible actions in the
future. Admitting a misdeed opens the door for learning.
Your child will not profit from his/her mistake unless
he/she first admits they made one. Be patient and
persistent. Use questions instead of yelling. Don't
proceed to the next step until your child has admitted
his/her mistake. Talk about what needs to happen next
and help them follow through to make things right.
- (10 Christian Values Every Kid Should Know) p.155
10. PARENT(S)s RESPONSIBILITY: Parent(s), you are
responsible for your child(ren) at all times. A child or
children under 14 years MUST BE accompanied by an
adult to the restroom, at snack time and during lunch

11. Tonight @ 7:30 p.m. the North London Church presents
a Musical Concert including choral performances from
the Oasis Praise Team, Ascension & Covered Nation.
Also featuring international recording artist: Delois Nkosi.
Free admission, a freewill offering will be taken.
12. If you are over 55 years old, or have friends who
are over 55 and would like to join our Golden Agers
for a buffet lunch on Tuesday, October 4th at The
Elm Hurst Inn 415 Harris St, Ingersoll. We will meet
there at 11:30 AM. For more information please talk
to Don Topper or Adrien Intering. Please sign the
Sign Up sheet in the foyer.

13. Costa Rica Mission Trip November 21 December

5, 2016. Choose one week or two weeks. Limited
space available. Be sure to check the website for
detailed information and registration:

Birthday Wishes for October

Oct 1 Anniekay Allen
Oct 2 Kirmane Allen
Oct 2 Maria Stajfer
Oct 2 Lystra Shimla
Oct 3 Beverlyn Sealy
Oct 3 Kyle Mahon
Oct.5 Yemi Olawoore
Oct 5 Stephen
Oct 6 Sandi Rusek

Oct 7 Sarah Onyango

Oct 7 Natalie Magati
Oct 8 Steve Hurst
Oct 10 Santiago Perez
Oct 11 Natalia Bartosz
Oct 11 Shaquille Sealy
Oct 14 Dennis Plyley
Oct 17 Clayton Roemer
Oct 18 Kirmane Allen Jr.

Oct 21 Aloma Martin

Oct 22 Renata Starczewski
Oct 24 Ernie Eccles
Oct 25 Susan Stevens
Oct 27 Jana Topper
Oct 28 Etta Eccles
Oct 30 Nyamouch Rial
Oct 31 Jason McQuire

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Reflecting Jesus
Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your
mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying,
that it may minister grace unto the hearers. Eph. 4: 29.
I have a continual longing for Christ to be formed within, the
hope of glory. I long to be beautified every day with the
meekness and gentleness of Christ, growing in grace and in
the knowledge of Jesus Christ up to the full stature of men
and women in Christ Jesus. I must as an individual, through
the grace given me of Jesus Christ, keep my own soul in
health by keeping it as a divine channel through which His
grace, His love, His patience, His meekness, shall flow to
the world. This is my duty and no less the duty of every
church member who claims to be a son or a daughter of
The Lord Jesus has made His church the depositary
of sacred truth. He has left with her the work of carrying out
His purposes and His plans to save the souls for whom He
has manifested such interest, such unmeasured love. Like
the sun in relation to our world, He rises amid the moral
darkness-- the Sun of Righteousness. He said of Himself, "I
am the light of the world" (John 8: 12). He said to His
followers, "Ye are the light of the world" (Matt. 5: 14). . . . By
reflecting the image of Jesus Christ, by the beauty and
holiness of their characters, by their continual self- denial
and their separation from all idols, large or small, they reveal
that they have learned in the school of Christ.
The Scripture says of Christ that grace was poured
into His lips that He might "know how to speak a word in
season to him that is weary" (Ps. 45: 2; Isa. 50: 4). And the
Lord bids us, "Let your speech be alway with grace" (Col. 4:
6) "that it may minister grace unto the hearers" (Eph. 4: 29).
In seeking to correct or reform others we should be
careful of our words. They will be a savor of life unto life or
of death unto death. . . . All who would advocate the
principles of truth need to receive the heavenly oil of love.
Under all circumstances reproof should be spoken in love.
Then our words will reform but not exasperate. Christ by His
Holy Spirit will supply the force and the power. This is His
---Gods Amazing Grace Page 300, Ellen G. White
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