Numa Food Drive: Please note that we will be handing out flyers today in the neighbourhood in preparation for our Food Drive collection this Fri Oct 23!

Federal Election: As the federal election approaches TOMORROW, continue to pray for nation-wide wisdom in choosing the next Prime Minister. No matter what your political allegiance is, this is an important civic duty. Let’s vote!

5x5: We encourage all brothers and sisters to come to Oxford on Fri Oct 30 at 7:30p to join us for a time of praise and prayer.

Community Dinner: For those who have a heart to serve the less fortunate, we will be cooking for them in Newmarket on Sun Nov 1 from 3-7p. It is a great opportunity to serve together alongside the Chinese congregation. Please speak to Ian Kwan or Auntie Josephine Kwan if you are interested in helping!

CN Tower Climb: We will be joining United Way for their annual climb, under the team name Logos Iceberg – sign up if you haven’t yet! Please note that there is a minimum contribution of $100 so let’s get out there and fundraise!

Operation Christmas Child: Logos will once again be participating in packing shoeboxes for this program run by Samaritan’s Purse. Shoeboxes are available starting TODAY and we will collect until Sun Nov 15. Please make sure you include the minimum donation of $7 in an envelope to cover shipping and costs. For a complete list of suggested items, please visit www.samaritanspurse.ca.

Christmas Hampers: This year, we will once again be partnering up with Kin Village to fill hampers for two families in need of support. Please speak to Frances Tom for more information on how we can help.

Urbana 2015: Registration is ongoing, but the discounted price is only available until November 10. The group will be led by Pastor Freda and Uncle Ken Pui. 

This Week @Logos

42nd Federal Election: if you’re 18+… TOMORROW, 9:30a-9:30p @ poll stations
Men’s Group: Thursday, Oct 22, 7:30p @ TBA
Women’s Group: Thursday, Oct 22, 7:30p @ TBA
Numa: Food Drive Collection! Fri, Oct 23, 7:30p @ Woodbine Tim Hortons
Young Adults: Book Study Sun, Oct 23, 3:30p @ Oxford

 

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