FiCB Announcements for Week of August 8th!

Bonjour! Salut!  (that means "hello" in French!) 

Here are this week's A N N O U N C E M E N T S 
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>> LAST SUMMER FiCB Large Group @ 7:30pm in 79 DWINELLE 
Come seek His presence at our third Large Group of the summer! It'll be a great time of worship, fellowship, and seeing familiar faces. We'd love to see you come out! Please make an effort come on time! None of that Berkeley-time-lateness-aka-i'm-just-gonna-leave-the-house-at-7:30 shenanigans! 

It will be a time of reflection of this past summer through prayer and worship & Deacon Martin will be sharing a devotional! 
>> Summer Small Groups!
We have reached our last week with our small groups! Thank you so much for showing so much love to our brothers and sisters by attending small group and sharing your heart with them. Even though summer sg may be over, still continue to be rooted in Christ and look forward to FALL small groups 🙂
Don't forget to thank your summer small group leaders! They are amazing and faithful servants! 
>> Lunch Duty this Sunday Aug. 11! (Christine Yun & Nathan Kim's SG)
If you are a member of either small group, please make your way out during closing prayer after the sermon! We will be in rotation serving lunch to our congregation.
Please make sure to contribute and help out with either serving or cleaning if you are a part of either small group!
>> Transpo Times to KCPC on Sundays tralala, get it? 

If you need a ride to KCPC, our BEST (&only) Tranpo Team  provides transportation to and from church! 
For this summer, we have two pick-up locations (if needed)! 

1) 9:10 @ Unit 1 Channing Side!
2) Anyone on Northside: 
CONTACT ME (Janice @ 714948-zero.five.two.eight)

>> Cambodia Missions Team Blog: click for the blog!
As some as you may know, some of our brothers and sisters from FiCB (Daniel Jin, Solomon Kim, Joyce Lee, & Pastor In) have been called to be God's hands and feet in the country of Cambodia! They have started up their blog to share their heart for missions with you. I encourage you to show support by reading and praying for them!! 

Wahoo, PTL!

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