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Fun FSA

Date: May 18, 2015 Author: hetiastuti Categories: Article, News

Hi, we met again in “Formasi Spiritual Anak” (FSA) which held once a year for Kindergarten level B. Theme for this year is “With Heart We Care Others”. FSA taught children how to care others through worship and games in each post. FSA were serviced by Sunday school teachers of GKI Surya Utama. On Saturday,…

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Angklung Performance at GKI PURI Kembangan

Date: May 18, 2015 Author: hetiastuti Categories: Article, News

On Sunday, May 10th 2015, K2 students of TKK 11 PENABUR had a singing and Angklung Performance at GKI PURI Kembangan on the second devotion at 08.30. The Angklung performance followed by 24 students . They sang two songs but in Medley, those were “ Besarkan Nama Tuhan” and “ Aku Ingin Mengikut Yesus”. Students…

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Ocean Dream… Here We Come…

Date: May 5, 2015 Author: hetiastuti Categories: Article, News

Clear weather on Thursday , 30 April 2015, furnish excitement TKK 11 Play Group students are ready to the sower of field trip to Gelanggang Samudera , Ancol , of North Jakarta .March into the area of “Ocean Dream” … walk in tandem with friends while joking ( but it neatly in the ranks of…

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Easter Performance at Ranch Market

Date: May 5, 2015 Author: hetiastuti Categories: Article, Events, News

On Friday, April 22nd,2015, twenty K2 students are invited to celebrate the Easter in Ranch Market, Pesanggarahan, Jakara Barat. We arrived and welcomed by friendly guides there. The children performed “gerak dan lagu”. The two songs were “Yesus Sahabatku” and “Give Me Oil”. They got big applauses from the audience. After the performance, the children…

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Kartini Day

Date: May 5, 2015 Author: hetiastuti Categories: Article, News

April , 21st 2015, the teachers and students of TKK 11 PENABUR celebrated the emancipation of woman. Thousand words in one phrase. Kartini’s dream is our hope. With the unique themes of Batak’ s, Java’s and Papua’s cultures, all teachers and students participated in joy. Meanwhile teachers wore traditional clothes from Batak, Java and Papua,…

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