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Weekly Invite – 9 February 2020

At A Glance!

Sunday, 9 February
Worship Service – 16:00 hrs
Sunday Sermon: The One Thing We Need to Know
Scripture Verses: 1 John 3:1-3
Mike Page, Guest Preacher
Sunday School – 16:00 hrs

Tuesday, 11 February
Prayer Group & Bible Study – 19:30 hrs

Tuesday, 13 February
Men’s Group meets at Peter Pane in Pasing – 18:30 hrs

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Next Men’s Group meeting is Thursday, 13 February at 18:30 hrs at Peter Pane in Pasing. Contact Pastor John if you’d like to attend or be a part of the Men’s Group.

You Say Sledging, I Say Sledding…
When will it be?
Sunday, 16 February
We will be back in time for our worship service!
It will be walking from Bad Kohlgrub to the Hörnlehütte. About 1.5 h up. Sledges can be hired and there is a chair lift for those who don’t want to walk. For more information, contact Sharon Page.

Youth Band Project! We’re back! First practice day is Sunday, 23 February, following worship. Watch the WhatsApp group for more details. If you have a friend, neighbour, cousin, or classmate who would like to join have them contact Sarah or Stephanie! Our next gig is Saturday, 28 March. 

Children’s Choir! SF Children’s Choir is back! We will be practicing Hosanna in the Highest for Palm Sunday – practice along with the song here: https://youtu.be/dAiBntMtViY. Our first practice for the year will be 16 February following worship. If your child would like to join, please contact Sarah at info@starnbergfellowship.de.

Women’s Group Forming! Hit Pause and Reflect…

It is not humility to underrate yourself. Humility is to think of yourself as God thinks of you. It is to feel that if we have talents God has given them to us. And let it be seen that, like freight in a vessel, they tend to sink us low. The more we have, the lower we ought to lie. -Charles Spurgeon
Annual All-Church Retreat – A Weekend Alpen Experience on the Hintersee!
When: 11 September – 13 September, 2020
Save the date! Space is limited!
For more information, see Sharon Page or Shirin!
 
Quote of the Week:

We are not necessarily doubting that God will do the best for us; we are wondering how painful the best will turn out to be.
-C.S. Lewis

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