Weekly Bulletin 8/07/16
Sunday, August 7, 2016
Welcome to this time of Christian fellowship and worship.
Each person here adds strength to our songs
and heart to our prayers.
9:30 am ~ Morning Worship Service
Worship Leader: Rev. Jacob Porter
Gathering Praise ~ Today
Welcome & Call to Worship
Praise Songs ~ You Are Holy ~ Made Me Glad
God’s Greeting and Our Shared Greetings
Children’s Message ~ Tom Tucker
God’s Word ~ Exodus 19-20 (pg. 116)
Message l The Ten Commandments
Stories of Our Childhood from Exodus
Offering Prayer ~ Garry Nyboer
Tithes & Offerings | HCRC Ministries & Building Fund
Tithe-of-Tithe ~ $1,512
Offertory ~ I Will Rise
Sending Song ~ The Benediction Song
Prayer Ministry ~ Garry Nyboer and Michele Dykstra
6 pm – Community Evening Worship Service
at Hamilton Christian Reformed Church
Worship Leader: Rev. Barry Lucas
Director of Love INC
Scripture: Galatians 6:9-10
Message| Hustle, Hit, Never Quit
OUR CHURCH FAMILY
Pray for the various needs of this church, for the health concerns of the church family, our elderly family, for those who struggle with spiritual and personal relationships and for those who are just trying to figure out life.
OUR CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Morning Service ~ This morning Pastor Jake will lead us in worship in the Exodus series of the Ten Commandments.
Fellowship Time follows the morning service. Join us for coffee juice and cookies and a time talking with your church family.
Evening Service for August will be held at our church at 6 pm. Tonight Rev. Barry Lucas, the Love INC director, will lead us in worship. Join us for this time of worship.
Small Group Bible Study will meet on Tuesday, August 9 at Royal Park Atrium at 7 pm. Our lesson is on pages 69 and 70, Episode 3 from Matthew 24 and 25.
Council would like to begin the renovation of our fellowship room by taking down the flags in preparation for painting. On Saturday morning, August 13 anyone is welcome to come and help with this start of the project. Some of the work will involve a stepladder.
Communion Worship Service will be held next Sunday, August 14 at the morning service. A thank offering will be received for Faith Promise Mission Support.
Church Cook-Out ~ Pastor Jake is planning another summer church cook-out on Sunday, August 28 following morning worship.
Back-to-School items can be placed in the school box until August 19 in the fellowship hall. Help send a child in Northwest Allegan County to school with school supplies through Love INC.
OUR CHURCH CALENDAR
Today: August 7
9:30 am ~ Morning Worship Service ~ Rev. Jacob Porter
Offering: HCRC Ministries and Building Fund
6 pm ~ Evening Service – Hamilton CRC
Guest Pastor: Rev. Barry Lucas
Tuesday, August 9
7 pm ~ Small Group Bible Study
Wednesday, August 10
7 am ~ Prayer Time in the sanctuary
6:30 pm ~ Community Garden Work Night
7 pm ~ Praise Team
Saturday, August 13
8 am ~ Fellowship Room Project
Sunday, August 14
9 am ~ Prayer Time ~ Pastor’s Office
9:30 am ~ Communion Worship Service ~ Rev. Jacob Porter
Offering: HCRC Ministries and Building Fund
Faith Promise Mission Support
6 pm ~ Evening Worship Service ~ HCRC
Requested & Expanded Announcements
August 7, 2016
Spartan Labels ~ Due to the change in the Spartan UPC label program, we are no longer collecting Spartan labels for the church library. Thank you for your help over the past years of collecting labels.
Cookies are always needed for Sunday morning fellowship. If you would like to donate cookies for Sunday morning fellowship, please bring them to the church kitchen on Sunday morning. Cookies can be store-bought or home-made, please avoid cookies with peanut butter and any type of nuts.
Big Band of Praise is coming to Hamilton CRC on Sunday, August 21 at 6 pm as we will glorify God in song together. B-BOP is a Christian brass band dedicated to presenting the Love of God through song and testimony. This evening promises to be full of music, praise and joy. Invite a friend along to this special night of music.
Church Cook-Out ~ Pastor Jake & Kris will be hosting another Church Cook-Out on Sunday, August 28 following the morning service in their backyard. Bring a dish to share; meat tableservice and beverage will be provided. Come and enjoy a summer church gathering.
Hungry for Christ 1st Annual Western Round-Up Carnival / Motorama will be this Saturday, August 13 from 12 noon – 4 pm at their new location (4565 – 135th Street, next to the Love INC Heart-to-Heart Store). For a $10 wristband you can play games, face painting, balloon creations and barrel train rides. There will also be a Motorama, food, ice cream sundae bar and bake sale. The Dunk Tank will provide an opportunity to dunk a youth pastor. Registration for the Motorama begins at 11 am with rewards at 3 pm. Everyone of all ages is invited to attend. More information on this event is on the Welcome Table.
Volunteers are still needed for the Hungry for Christ event on August 13. If you have a few hours on Friday night or Saturday contact Katy Miller at [email protected] or 616.885.2587.
Christian Reformed Conference Grounds in Grand Haven will be hosting Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass on Saturday, August 13. The concert begins at 7 pm in the new air-conditioned Worship Center. A free-will offering will be taken for the music ministry. A Chicken BBQ dinner will be served in the Sunshine Room from 4:30 – 6:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Thank You for your gift to Christian Reformed World Missions. God calls us and our joyful response is to go and make disciples for Him. Through His Spirit your gift has changed lives in:
West Africa ~ Missionaries recently helped organize a spiritual conference for members of a local church. Participants recommitted themselves to prayer and Bible study and gave testimonies of what the Lord did in their lives.
Central America ~ CRWM missionaries have hosted several volunteer teams from North America and are hosting many more this summer. Together, they are exploring what God is doing in this part of the world and learning new ways to partner with Him in that work.
Asia ~ Hannah, a student of a CRWM missionary, has had several health problems throughout her time at the seminary. Now she has found a practical way to address her health using an action plan that she developed with the missionary.
Your financial support and prayers are greatly appreciated. Thank you from World Missions