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Call to Worship


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Song of Praise

#9 榮耀歸於天父

To God Be the Glory


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Scripture Reading

約翰福音 John 519 – 20


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Worship Hymn


Bro. Jackson Leung




We Serve at the Pleasure of the King

姜 維弟兄

Bro. Mark Jiang


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Break Thou the Bread of Life


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Pastor David Wu


Welcome & Anno.


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Pastor David Wu

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金句: 約翰福音5:1920

Memory Verse:  John 5: 19,20


Worship Leader: Bro. Bob Han


Pianist: Sis. Benita Leung

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Weekly Bulletin




1. 主日守望禱告會﹕每主日上午八時三十分,在本堂六號課室舉行。

2. 辛城教會十月萬國事工月﹕今年的主題﹕點燃青少年服事萬國的心志- 青少年為萬國。請來關注神的作為。

3. 福樂團契聚會﹕十月八日週六上午十時,在美聖堂舉行,歡迎邀請年長朋友參加。

4. 粵語團契聚會﹕十月八日週六傍晚四時四十五分,在本堂舉行,歡迎邀請說粵語的朋友參加。

5. 加利利西團契聚會﹕十月八日週六晚上五時三十分,在美聖堂聚會,歡迎邀請朋友參加。

6. 宋衛紅姊妹追思禮拜﹕十月八日週六下午二時,在美聖堂舉行邀請您參加。宋姊妹於九月二十九日凌晨被主接回天家。

7. 萬國同工劉文超夫婦分享聚會﹕十月九日傍晚七至九時,在本堂舉行,分享台灣事工及禱告,備有簡便晚餐。邀請您來參加。

8. 建武營團契聚會﹕十月十五日週六晚上六時在本堂舉行聚會,歡迎您參加。講員﹕曾長老。

9. 泰北服事的黃瑜楓、所文的建堂﹕基於事工的需要和敬拜場所的使用,計劃三年內完成建堂,每年預估費用二萬五千元,請弟兄姊妹禱告,並樂意奉獻讓阿卡族人有據點分享福音,栽培信徒。

10. 照聖經為青少年禱告﹕書已經運到,含運費每本$15元。請到辦公室領取。謝謝。

After entering the Sanctuary, please quietly be seated and turn off your cell phone to prepare your heart for Worship


1. Sunday Morning Watch and Prayer Meeting: every Sunday morning 8:30 am at Compton’s Rm. 6.

2. October is All Nations Ministry Month at CCC: This year’s theme: Instill All Nations In Youth – Youth For All Nations. Every week there’s a different speaker. Please see insert and keep in your prayers. Please come and see what God is doing.

3. Blessings Fellowship: meets on Sat. Oct. 8, 10 am at Mason. Welcome lderly friends to attend.

4. Cantonese Fellowship: meets on Sat. Oct. 8, 4:45 pm at Compton Church. Welcome to invite Cantonese speaking friends to attend.

5. West Galilee Fellowship: meets on Sat. Oct. 8, 5:30 pm at Mason Church. Welcome to invite friends to attend.

6. Memorial Service for Sis Weihong Song: will be held on Sat. Oct. 8, 2:00 pm at Mason Church. You are welcome to attend. Sis Song went home with God on Sept. 29 early morning.

7. All Nations Coworkers Bobby & Michelle Law Sharing: meets on Sun., Oct. 9, 5:00 to 7:00PM at Compton Church, special sharing about Taiwan Ministry and prayers. Simple dinner will be provided, welcome to attend.  

8. Kenwood Fellowship: meets on Sat. Oct. 15, 6:00 pm at Compton Church. Welcome to invite friends to attend. Speaker: Elder Reginald Tsang.

9. Wendy and Anawin serving in N. Thailand is building a church: Due to ministry and Worship center needs, they plan on building a church within 3 years. Each year they will need about 25,000. Bros and Sis please pray about this and joyfully give, so that the Akhas will have a place to share the Gospel and receive training.

10. Praying for your Teens according to Scripture: the books have arrived. The cost including shipping is $15. Please go to the office to pick one up. Thanks.

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Weekly Article






For Whom?

“Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.” (Matt. 25:40)

A man worked in a post office. His job was to process all mail that had illegible addresses.  One day a letter came to his desk, the receiving address was written in shaky handwriting to “God.” He thought, “I better open this one and see what it's all about.”  So he opened it and it read: “Dear God, I am a 83 year old widow living on a very small pension. Yesterday someone stole my purse.  It had a hundred dollars in it, which was all the money I had until my next pension check.  Next Sunday is Mother's Day, and I had invited my last two friends over for dinner.  Without that money, I have nothing to buy food with.  I have no family to turn to, and you are my only hope. Can you please help me?”

The postal worker was touched.  He went around showing the letter to all the other co-workers. Each of them was moved and dug into his or her wallet and came up with a few dollars.  By the time he made the rounds, he had collected 96 dollars, which they put into an envelope and sent over to the original address.  The rest of the day, all the workers felt a warm glow thinking of the nice thing they had done.  Mother's Day came and went.  A few days later came another letter from the old lady to God.  All the workers gathered around while the letter was opened.  It read: “Dear God, How can I ever thank you enough for what you did for me?  Because of your generosity, I was able to fix a lovely dinner for my friends. We had a very nice day, and I told my friends of your wonderful gift.” “By the way, there was four dollars missing. It was no doubt those thieving bastards at the post office!”

If we help others, do not expect others will pay back with thanksgiving. Otherwise, we will be disappointed.  Sometimes, we did a lot for a person, only miss one thing, and we received much criticism for not doing well.  Therefore, we should do good deeds for God not for man, and expect nothing from man. God is fair and merciful.  He will remember what we have done that is out of our true love and sacrifice.

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