Weekly Bulletin 10/12/14

Sunday, October 12, 2014

“Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ…to whom be the glory forever and ever.  Amen” (Galatians 1:3,5 NRSV).  Welcome to worship!

 9:30 am ~ Morning Worship Service

Worship Leader:   Rev. Thom Daubenspeck
 Gathering ~  The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power

Welcome & Opening Prayer ~ Mr. Jake Porter

Praise Songs ~  Lord I Need You

How Deep the Father’s Love For Us

Confession and Assurance  ~ Mr. Jake Porter

Prayer of Confession ~ Jenna & Grace Kloosterman

Children’s Blessing

God’s Greeting and Our Shared Greetings

Morning Prayer  ~ Berend Bergman

God’s Word ~  Philemon 1-25  (pg. 1860)

Message l  Christian Love: The First Rule of Human Action

Prayer of Application

Offering Prayer ~ Garry Nyboer

Tithes & Offerings | HCRC Ministries & Building Fund

Offertory ~ Mutiply Your Love

God’s Blessing  

Sending Praise ~ Lord, Dismiss Us With yuour Blessing

Announcement Time

Postlude

Prayer Ministry ~ Garry Nyboer and Zena Walters

6 pm –  Evening Worship Service

Worship Leader:  Rev. Thom Daubenspeck

Scripture:  I Corinthians 13:1-13

Message:  Christian Love: The Most Excellent Way

Offering: Christian Support Ministry

OUR CHURCH FAMILY

Dale Eding anticipated being able to return home this weekend from Cleveland Clinic.  Continue to pray for Dale that he may gain strength each day.

Ken Laninga has moved to Room 104 at Royal Park Attrium.

OUR CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

 Today’s Worship Services will be led by Rev. Thom Daubenspeck.  The theme for the services will be on Christian Love.  Join us as we focus on our response to God’s love and our love to our neighbor.

Worship Services next Sunday will be led by Mr. Corey Van Huizen who is a seminary student at Calvin.

Love INC Prayer Page is available on the Welcome Table.  Remember this ministry in prayer with the clients they work with.

Faith Promise Pledge for 2014 – 2015 was $7,648.  We give thanks to God that we can support our missionaries in this way.

Men’s Breakfast will be held on Saturday, October 18 from 8 -9 am.  Men of all ages are welcome for a great breakfast in the fellowship hall.

Ladies Guild Bible Study will meet on Tuesday, October 21 at 10 am in the Council Room.  We will discuss lesson 3 – To The Gentiles.

 Small Group Bible Study will meet Tuesday, October 21 at 7 pm at Royal Park Attrium.  We will discuss lesson 14 – Good News Strategy.

Youth Supper & Auction will be held on Wednesday, November 12.  Supper will be available from 5:30 – 6:30 pm with the Auction beginning at 6:30 pm.  Proceeds will benefit the Youth Mission Trip 2015 to Logan, West Virginia.  Donations for the auction are appreciated and welcomed.  For more information contact Zena Walters.

OUR CHURCH CALENDAR

 Today:  October 12 

9:30 am ~ Morning Worship Service ~   Guest Pastor ~ Rev. Tom Daubenspeck

 Sunday School:  Pre-K – 4th Grade

Offering:  HCRC Ministries and Building Fund

Prayer Ministry & Fellowship Time follows the service

                10:45 am ~ Sunday School for 5th – 12th grade

                6 pm ~ Evening Worship Service ~ Rev. Thom Daubenspeck

Offering:  Christian Support Ministry

Wednesday, October 15

7 am ~ Prayer Time in the sanctuary

7 pm ~ Praise Team

Saturday, October 18

8-9am ~ Men’s Breakfast in the fellowship hall

Sunday,  October 19

   9:30 am ~ Morning Worship Service ~  Worship Leader:  Mr. Corey Van Huizen

Offering:  HCRC Ministries and Building Fund

Sunday School – Pre-K – 4th grade

10:45 am ~ Sunday School for 5th grade – 12th grade

6 pm ~ Evening Worship Service ~ Guest Pastor:  Mr. Corey Van Huizen

Offering:  Christian Support Ministry

 Advance Notices

Oct. 20 ~Mon – 7 pm – Council meeting

Oct. 21~Tues – 10 am – Ladies Guild Bible Study

Oct 21~Tues – 7 pm – Small Group Bible Study

Oct. 22 ~ Wed – 5:30 pm – Fellowship Night

See your mailbox for additional announcements

 

Weekly Prayer Opportunities
Sunday morning ~ 9-9:15 am ~ Council Room

Wednesday morning ~ 7 – 8 am ~  Santuary

Anyone is welcome to come and pray

 

Requested & Expanded Announcements

October 12, 2014

 Offering ~ The children are so excited to be part of the “Noisy Offering”.  They are joyful givers and have  BIG ideas and plans to help others in need around the world.  We have decided to start out buying a  Beehive in Tanzania.  Raising bees not only provides a family with income but also improves plant    pollination throughout a whole community.  Our gift of a Beehive produces delicious honey for a family  to eat and sell to purchase basic necessities like soap, medicine and shoes as well as contributing to the  success of gardens and farms in the area.  The cost of a beehive is $30.  With your help we think we have  already purchased this!  Thank you church family!  Next we will work towards raising money to send a Literacy Book Set to Honduras.  Let’s keep giving “joyfully” together!

Wednesday Night Fellowship will be held on October 22 with supper beginning at 5:30 pm in the church  fellowship hall.

Released Time for Hamilton Elementary is in need of small group leaders.  They have about 200 Hamilton  Elementary students, 1st – 4th graders, signed-up.  This year the program will held on Friday once a  month at Hamilton Reformed Church.  If you are interested in helping contact Amy Klanderman at                751.7580 or [email protected].  Let us work together to share the Good News with our community!

Booths for Youths Craft Fair will be held Saturday, October 18 from 9 am – 3 pm at the Hamilton Middle School.  Come and check out artists, crafters, home-based businesses and bake sale.  This craft fair is  presented and benefiting the Youth Groups at Haven Reformed Church.

Hamilton Red Cross Blood Drive will be held on Thursday, October 16 from noon – 5:45 pm at Hamilton Reformed Church.  For more information or to make an appointment (not required) go to redcrossblood.org (sponsor code:  Hamiltonreformed) or call 1.800.RED CROSS.

Trunk or Treat at Haven Reformed Church will be held on Friday, October 31 from 6:30 – 8 pm.  We need  you to help us bless the community with a fun and safe night.  You are welcome to decorate your car  trunk, donate food items or bags of candy.  Sign-up in the fellowship hall.   Questions, contact Jill Deters at 616.886.0151.  Thank you for your help with this community event.

Bus Trip to Gurnee Mills Outlet Mall in Illinois is being sponsored by Dunningville Reformed Church on  Saturday, November 22.  Departure is 7 am and the bus will return at 9 pm.  The cost is $30 per  individual and covers transportation only.  Great opportunity for affordable Christmas shopping.  For         more information or to reserve your spot contact Diane at 616.886.2171.

Webinar ~ On October 15 join Graham Seel as he presents “Every Square Inch in the Workplace”.  This  webinar will explore ways in which the church and its leaders can equip and encourage members to see  God in their workplace and to live out their faith as Kingdom workers there.  For registration and details  for this free, one-hour event go to crcna.org/webinars.

What Can Be Done ~ The world is experiencing the worst Ebola epidemic in history.  In the midst of this  darkness, God’s light is shining.   Please join Christian Reformed World Missions and World Renew in praying for those infected and those on the front lines of caring for them.  Also your support of CRWM      and World Renew’s Ebola response through your gifts and prayers is appreciated.  CRWM is working  with the Timothy Leadership Institute to train local pastors to face the Ebola epidemic with a Biblically- minded approach.  World Renew is working in Liberia to provide training and medical supplies to 18  health centers through its local partner, the Christian Health Association of Liberia.  They are also    working through partners in Sierra Leone in Ebola “hot spots” to train community members on what      Ebola is and how to respond to it.  This includes the distribution of sanitizer, bleach and hand washing stations.  To learn more or to donate go to worldnrenew.net/ebola.

World Missions In Asia ~ Give two weeks of your summer away.  Children are most impressionable and  open to the Gospel between the ages of six and eight.  Make an impact in their lives that could make an  eternal difference.  CRWM is seeking a team to lead Vacation Bible School in Asia, July 22 – August 9,          2015.  Join our career missionaries on a fascinating intercultural, life-changing experience.  For more   information go to [email protected].