May 20, 2018 (View Full Bulletin)

Offerings next week are for the following causes:
Morning: General Fund and Benevolence
Evening: Hull PR School
Nursery this morning: Shantelle De Boer, Emily De Roon, Julianne Laning
This evening: Shayna De Roon, Brittany Gritters, Alyssa Maassen
Next Sunday morning: Heidi Gritters, Nicole Gritters, Brooke Meyer
Next Sunday evening: Koralee Heynen, Deanna Hoksbergen, Sierra Meyer
Ushers For May: Ben Korver, James Korver, Ryan Kroese
Listen to the Reformed Witness Hour every Sunday on KLOH 1050 AM at 8:00 a.m. and KDCR 88.5 FM at 5:00 p.m. Today’s message is “The Pouring Out of the Holy Spirit” (Acts 4:1-4). Next week’s message will be “The Intercession of the Holy Spirit” (Romans 8:26-27).
FROM THE CONSISTORY OR COUNCIL
We welcome all visitors worshiping with us today. May God’s name be exalted as we worship together. The order of our worship service is printed on the back of the bulletin.
This morning we have our annual Pentecost service.
Rev. Feenstra is scheduled to lead us in worship this evening while our pastor is at Calvary PRC leading the service in which Rev. Brummel will be installed as their pastor. We welcome Rev. Feenstra to our pulpit and fellowship.
With joy the consistory announces that Jonathon Andringa, Kaylie Andringa, Joel Baker, Shayna De Roon, and Byron Maassen have appeared before the consistory to make confession of their faith. Unless there are any lawful objections, their public confessions of faith are scheduled to take place on June 3 during the evening service.
The baptism of Grayson Eugene, daughter of Greg and Rochelle Gritters, is scheduled to take place on June 10 during the morning service.
The consistory has agreed to take the spiritual oversight of Brandon Miersma from Hope PRC (Walker, MI) while he works in this area over the summer. The consistory has also granted permission to him to partake with us when we have the Lord’s Supper. May the Lord bless him as we worship and fellowship together.
We congratulate the following college graduates: Allyn Brummel, Greg Gritters, Christy Korver, Jake Van Engen, and Alex Van Ginkel from Dordt College. We congratulate also those who will be graduating from our high school and grade school. From Trinity CHS: Jonathon Andringa, Kaylie Andringa, Mandi Andringa, Joel Baker, Shayna De Roon, Koralee Heynen, Olivia Laning, Samuel Laning, Byron Maassen, Anna Poppema, Ashley Van Egdom, and Rylee Waldner. From Hull PRCS: Joseph Andringa, Silas Andringa, Lydia Baker, Tristan Davelaar, Kyle Gritters, Ethan Kooima, Julianne Laning, and Madalyn Van Ginkel. We rejoice with them and their families. May our heavenly Father uphold and guide them in the days ahead.
The Church Audio-Video committee is looking for volunteers to help run the sound and video system during church services. Please contact Peter S. Westra or any of the other members of the committee for more information.

CONCERNING THE CONGREGATION
Martin Hoekstra is asked to write to Gary Brummel and Brian Westra to Derick Grimm.
Ethan Heynen was admitted to Sanford Children’s Hospital Thursday night after getting hurt around the eyes while power washing. The doctors gave a positive report and discharged him on Friday to recover at home. He has a follow up on Monday with an ophthalmologist. We thank God for His care. May the Lord continue to uphold Ethan and his parents and family in this trial. Let us keep them in our prayers. He only is my rock and my salvation; he is my defence; I shall not be greatly moved. Psalm 62:2
We express our thanks and gratitude for all those expressions of sympathy we received though words, cards, and acts of kindness. We truly experienced the faithful communion of the saints. It is truly a gift of God’s grace. Ps. 61:1-2 Hear my cry, O God; attend unto my prayer. From the end of the earth will I cry unto Thee, when my heart is overwhelmed; lead me to the rock that is higher than I. Gerald and Marilyn Brummel, Craig and Jessica Van Briesen and family

CHURCH NEWS
Cand. Langerak accepted the call to Heritage PRC.

REQUESTED ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Hull PRC Young People’s Society invites everyone to their annual Memorial Day Pancake breakfast on Monday, May 28. Serving will be from 7:00-9:30 at the Hull PR grade school. Come enjoy a time of fellowship and a delicious breakfast. There will be a freewill donation in support of this year’s convention. Young people are reminded of their food and work assignments.
A Pop Can Drive will also be held at the Memorial Day breakfast. Please bring your cans to the church parking lot. If you would like to donate cans but are unable to bring them, you can call or e-mail a Young People’s member to have them picked up. Young People members: When you are not working your shift at the breakfast, please come over to the church parking lot to help sort out cans and bottles.
CHAPERONES NEEDED! Our convention registration deadline is past, and we have received a great response with a potentially record setting number of young people planning to attend this year’s convention. Because of this response, we have a need for more men and women chaperones and we would love for people from our local churches to be able to experience this exciting week with us. Please join in the excitement by registering today. You will never forget the experience.
Registration for the 2018 PRYP Convention has now closed. All registrants are reminded to mail their paperwork and payment by May 31. Any paperwork postmarked after May 31 must include the $25 late fee.
The spring edition of the Highland Park Review is available in the back of church. Please limit one copy per family please.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend the graduation exercises of the Hull Protestant Reformed Christian School. The ceremony is planned for Thursday, May 24, at 7:00 p.m. at the Hull Protestant Reformed Church. Rev. Laning will speak on the theme “Living Unto the Lord”.
Graduation exercises for the seventh graduating class of Trinity Christian High School will be held at the school the evening of Monday, May 21, at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to join us as we mark this milestone in the lives of our covenant young people.
Sunday School: Papers will be handed out next week Sunday morning. If your child will not be there, please make arrangements with your child’s teacher to get the materials beforehand. Teachers this year are as follows: Christiana Westra (Pre-school & Kindergarten), Alissa Van Maanen (1st & 2nd grades), Haley Van Ginkel (3rd grade), Keri Oostra (4th & 5th grades), Emily Camarigg (6th grade), Dave Rozeboom (7th grade), Marcus Andringa (8th grade), Veryl Heynen (9th grade). Classes are listed by the grade your child will enter this fall. Veryl Heynen is the Sunday School superintendent. Children will be learning Psalters 381:1-4, 281:1-4 and 400:1 & 7. The first lesson will be held June 3, DV.
The consistory of Trinity PRC is sponsoring a lecture by Rev. Angus Stewart entitled “Gottschalk: Medieval Confessor of God’s Absolute Sovereignty” on June 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Georgetown PRC. Rev. Stewart will be in West Michigan for synod as a representative of our sister congregation, the Covenant Protestant Reformed Church of Northern Ireland.
Reminder: The dates for the 2018 Family Conference are coming up quickly. We plan to host the conference July 20-22, 2018. Hear from our speakers, Rev. B. Huizinga, N. Langerak and J. Marcus on the topic of “Seeking the Lord”. Mark your calendars and finalize your plans to attend what promises to be an edifying time of growth and fellowship with saints from Canada and abroad, as well as an opportunity to see some of the beauty that God has created here in Canada. For more information or to register, please visit our website https://edmontonfamilyconf.wixsite.com/conference2018, or contact Scott Ferguson at EFC2018@outlook.com. For those that prefer the phone, you can call (780) 489-6470.
Future Teachers and Ministers: Information for the 2018 PR Scholarship Fund essay competition is now available. Please email prcscholarship@gmail.com to receive the essay topics and submission requirements. Completed essays must be submitted by May 31.