MORNING WORSHIP – 9:30 A.M.                  AFTERNOON WORSHIP – 2:00 P.M.

Scripture: II Timothy 4                                          Scripture: Malachi 2

Text: Galatians 5:7-12                                            Text: Malachi 2:13-16

Sermon: Heresy in Christ’s Church                    Sermon: How Does God View Divorce?

  1. The Nature of Heretics                                     I. For What it Does to the Family
  2. The Danger of False Doctrine                           II. For What it Does to the Picture

III. The Safety of the Church                               III. For What it Does to What He Loves

Psalters: 354, 216, 187, 64                                    Psalters: 329, 164, 82, 326

Offerings:  General Fund                                     Offerings: Hull PR School

                  Benevolence                                                         Standard Bearer

                                                            (Disc #1144)

Offerings next week are for the following causes:

Morning: General Fund and Benevolence

Evening: Trinity Christian High

Nursery this morning:  Lindsay K., Shania K., Lydia H.

This afternoon: Maria K., Abbie K., Julianne L.

Next Sunday morning: Mrs. S. Maassen, Rachel K., Olivia L.

Next Sunday evening: Alexa M., Alyssa M., Anna P.

Ushers: For March: David Baldwin, Jerry Bleyenberg, Stephen Boonstra

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 Man of Sorrows” (Isaiah 53:1-3). Next week’s message will be “Our Substitute” (Isaiah 53:4-6).


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 this bulletin.

Afternoon Service: Our pastor has a classical appointment to preach at Peace PRC today. An elder will lead our worship service this morning, and Rev. Griess will preach for us this afternoon at a 2:00 service. We welcome him to our pulpit and fellowship.

Call to Worship: This Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. we will have our annual Prayer Day service. Offering will be for PR Special Education. Nursery attendants will be Mrs. N. Villalobos, Lenora B., Sydney B.

The baptism of Trevor Allen, infant son of Aaron and Kristen De Jong, is scheduled to take place next Sunday during the morning service.

The membership papers of Paige Andringa have been received from Faith PRC. We welcome her and pray the Lord will richly bless her as we worship together.

Offerings totals for the month of February were General Fund $19,772.05, Received YTD $48,594, Budgeted YTD $45,750, January Benevolent Fund $3,249.02, February Benevolent Fund $3,284.90, Balance $42,881.55, Building Fund $4,222.50, Hull PRCS $6,196.10, Lynden Covenant Chr. School $393.50, Trinity CHS $4,974.35, Heritage PRC Building Fund $461.00, Domestic Missions $454.75, and Emeritus Fund $410.00.



Today: The Young People’s Society will not meet today. Bible discussion next week will be on Rev. 8:7-12.

Monday: The consistory will meet at 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday: Morning catechism classes in Bible history (Grades 1-7): Lesson 22.

Wednesday: WEALTH will meet at 9:45 (leaders at 8:30) to study Lesson 22. Lunch: Mary P., Jeralyn W., Pauline K. Nursery: Amanda M. Twinkling Stars: Kandace H., Precious Jewels: Courtney E.

Catechism will not meet this Wednesday due to our Prayer Day service. The following are the assignments for next week: 7:00 Heidelberg Catechism: Lord’s Day 50; 8:00 Essentials: Lesson 29, Q. 4-8; Pre-Confession: Belg. Conf. Art. 36.

Thursday: Martha Ladies’ Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Bible discussion will begin with Acts 17:10. Sally Kooiker and Joan Kooima have lunch. March visiting committee is Jacque Van Maanen and Stephanie Van Engen.

Men’s Society will meet at 7:30. Study will begin at Philippians 4:8. The after recess discussion will be on the Church Order.


FAMILY VISITATION – Philippians 2:1-18 Humility in our Lord

Tuesday, March 10

7-Kelly Van Voorst                7-Chad Uittenbogaard             7-Rex Waldner

8-Kerwen Kooiker                  8-Loran Te Grotenhuis             8-Loren Gritters

9-Dennis Hoksbergen             9-John Brummel                       9-Brandon Kroese



Brian Van Engen is asked to write to Gary Brummel and Kevin Warner to Derick Grimm.

Jennie Van Maanen received a good report this past Monday. The doctors say they think radiation alone is needed. If Jennie wants to receive 4 rounds of chemo as an extra precaution, the doctors said they would be willing to do that. But the doctors themselves do not deem it to be necessary. We are thankful to God for this news and pray He will continue to uphold Jennie, Evert, and their family.



Peace PRC extended a call to Rev. Griess.

Classis West met at Doon PRC this past Wednesday. Peace PRC was given some classical appointments, and subsidy requests from six churches were approved. An index of the decisions of Classis West, in electronic and/or print form, will be made available later this year to every minister and every consistory in the PRC. Classis decided that the members of the congregations may have access to the index, not by requesting a copy from the stated clerk, but by asking their consistories to have access to their copy. Classis forwarded to Synod 2015 with its approval, a request from Peace PRC that Synod permit Peace to remain in Classis West, should it buy land and build in Indiana. Classis appointed as synodical primi delegates the ministers Revs. Brummel, Key, Kleyn, Kuiper, and Laning; and the elders Keith Bruinsma (Peace), Chester Hunter (Edgerton), Jack Lenting (Crete), Alan Meurer (Bethel), and Jack Regnerus (Randolph). Classis appointed as church visitors Revs. Key, Kleyn, Kuiper, and Laning.



WEALTH: Please return your information sheets this week with your choice of what to study next year. Please be thinking about volunteering for leading the discussion groups or helping in one of the children’s rooms next year. We will also have a sign up sheet this week for bringing food to our last meeting.

HPRCS Collection Report for March 2015: The current offering total is $124,132.53 of the $140,934.38 budgeted ($16,801.85 shortfall).

The Young People would like to thank everyone who attended their soup supper/bake sale/basketball contest. Your support is greatly appreciated.

The Hull PRC Young People’s Society invites everyone to join them in praising God at their Resurrection Day Sing­spiration to be held at Hull PRC on April 12 at 7:50 p.m.

The board of the Hull Protestant Reformed Christian School announces a special society meeting to be held on Monday, March 9, at 7 p.m. to consider a proposal for busing. The meeting will be held in the Band/Choir room at school. Handouts for the agenda and related information are available in the back of church.

5th–8th Grade Boys, Fathers, and Grandfathers: Please reserve Tuesday, March 10, for an evening of basketball fun. Games will be played at Trinity Christian starting at 6:30 with the 5th graders taking on their fathers. Pizza and ice cream will be served.

All the grandparents of Trinity High School’s senior class are invited to visit school on April 1. More details to come.

The men of Edgerton PRC will be hosting the combined men’s society on Monday, March 23, at 7:30 pm. We will discuss Hebrews 7. The Hull men are in charge of the after recess.

The 2015 Protestant Reformed Young People’s Convention is right around the corner! It is time to register at Registration is open March 2 through May 20. Remember to return all necessary forms to the address provided on the response email.

Please reserve Thursday, July 9, for the Heritage PRC outing at Wild Water West from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. More details will come in the future.

Covenant Christian High School in Grand Rapids, MI, is accepting applications from members of the Protestant Reformed Churches for a full time teaching position in mathematics for the 2015-16 school year.  Applications can be obtained by contacting Rick Noorman at 616-453-5048 or or Herm DeVries at 616-791-4613 or

Senior Retreat News: We will be accepting registration for our Senior Retreat after March 15, 2015. The Senior Retreat will be held on September 22-25, 2015, at the Cedar Lake Conference Grounds in Cedar Lake, Indiana. Visit our website at to download registration forms and more information. You may also contact Bert Wories to call in your registration at 219-718.8732. We are look forward to your attendance at the retreat!

The Loveland PR Christian School board is seeking a Special Education aid for the 2015/2016 school year. This position is to assist a 6th grade special needs student in a classroom setting. Those interested should send a resume and contact administrator Jay Kalsbeek at (970) 988-1429, or board president Leon Griess at (970)