For the first-time ever, we will be having a University Summer Retreat at Cranberry Resort (19 Keith Ave. RR4, Collingwood, Ontario L9Y 4T9) on May 27-29, 201 (Friday to Sunday). We’ll drive up ourselves on the Friday night, and come back Sunday afternoon.
Speaker: Dr. Ho-Ming Tsui
Guest Speaker: Mr. Larry Law, President of Cranberry Resort, will present a special session entitled “Learning to be a Servant Leader in a Company: Challenges and Success” followed by a 45 minute Q & A Session. If you’re studying business and leadership, you want to come and listen to one of the top business men in his field.
Cost: $120.00 (subsidy can be provided, please contact Pastor Ho-Ming)
For those who want to find more details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I Sign Up? If you plan to join, please complete the waiver form below and issue a cheque $120 to “RHCCC.” Return to the RHCCC Office or to Pastor Ho-Ming directly by MAY 22, 2011.
University Retreat 2011 – Waiver & Registration
The 2nd service is hosting another dinner to welcome university students back! All are invited so please spread the word and join us for a good time of fellowship.
The dinner will be on May 1st, 2011 @ 5:30 – 7:00 (right after service)
It is a great opportunity to welcome back our church family members when they have been away for a while.
Free will offering is appreciated.
Please join us on Friday, April 22nd @ 11am for our Good Friday Service – “In Memorandum – Reflections on the death of Christ
Easter Sunday Service will be at the regular 4pm time.
Please come out to see what God has to say on the most foundational days of our Christian faith.
Pastor Ho-Ming Tsui and Pastor Shu-Ling Lee just returned from The Gospel Coalition 2011 Conference.
They attended many different sessions lead by well known pastors and theologians. We are excited to see them back and are excited to hear what they have to share from their experiences.
below: Pastor Ho-Ming, Pastor Shu-Ling, and Pastor Bernard Tam from Scarborough Community Alliance Church posing with Tim Keller. (doesn’t everyone look happy?)