MORNING WORSHIP – 9:30 A.M.            EVENING WORSHIP – 6:00 P.M.

Scripture: Luke 24:1-35                                    Scripture: II Corinthians 1

Text: Luke 24:4-9                                             Text: Lord’s Day 45

Sermon: Remembering Jesus’ Words           Sermon: Seeking Him Who Raises the Dead

  1. Forgetting Them                                          I. The Thankfulness
  2. Remembering Them                                     II. The Trust

III. Declaring Them                                          III. The Deliverance

Psalters: 264; 98; 358; 404                              Psalters: 407; 55; 392; 31

Offerings:  General Fund                                 Offerings: Building Fund


                                                            (Disc #1148)

Offerings next week are for the following causes:

Morning: General Fund and Benevolence

Evening: Hull PR School and Heidelberg PR School

Nursery this morning: Mrs. C. Van Briesen, Haley U., Ashley Van Egdom

This evening: Mrs. B. Van Der Zwaag, Aubrey V.B., Claire V.E.

Next Sunday morning: Mrs. J. Van Maanen, Louise V.M., Heather V.E.

Next Sunday evening: Hannah V.M., Brooke V.E., Madalyn V.G.

Ushers: For April: Kyle Brummel, Derk Burgers, David Camarigg


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 “Burning Hearts and Opened Eyes” (Luke 24:13-35). Next week’s message will be “Our Greatest Privilege” (Hebrews 10:19-21).


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.



Today: The Sr. Young Adults will meet at the parsonage this evening at 8:00 p.m. Bible discussion will be on putting together the different resurrection narratives.

Monday: The deacons will meet at 7:00 followed by the Council at 8:00.

Tuesday: Morning classes in Bible History (Grades 1–7): Lesson 25.

Wednesday: 7:00 Heidelberg Catechism: Lord’s Day 52; 8:00 Essentials: Lesson 30, Q. 5-9;

9:00 Pre-Confession: Belg. Conf. Art. 37.

Thursday: Martha Ladies’ Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Bible discussion will begin with Acts 17:31. Marlys Kuiper and Margaret Laning have lunch. April visiting committee is Missy Van Egdom and Daris Van Bemmel.

Men’s Society will meet at 7:30. Study will begin at Colossians 1:1. The after recess topic will be the Church Order, Article 5.



Colton Hoksbergen is asked to write to Gary Brummel and Brad Gritters to Derick Grimm.

Hillie Hoekstra had a biopsy indicating she has a cancerous tumor on her pancreas. The tumor is said to be self-contained. It is possible that chemo treatments will begin sometime this week with radiation treatments to follow to shrink the tumor. After that there will likely be surgery. They plan to meet with the doctors this week to discuss this. Let us remember Hillie, Henry and their family as they go through this trial.

Nelson Oostra is scheduled to have surgery to remove his gall bladder this Thursday at Sioux Center Hospital. If all goes well, he will return home the same day.

Let us remember these saints, their spouses, and their families in these afflictions. I will abide in thy tabernacle for ever: I will trust in the covert of thy wings. (Psalm 61:4)

We again express out gratitude for all the support received whether it be love, concern, meals, or rides! The radiation treatments are going well so far. Lord, make me to know mine end, and the measure of my days, what it is; that I may know how frail I am.   Psalm 39:4 Evert and Jennie Van Maanen

     Directory Update: Gerb and Carol De Jong no longer have a landline. Please add their cell phones to your directories. Gerb: 712-441-2753 and Carol: 712-441-2274. Email:



Doon PRC called Rev. Decker to be a missionary to the Philippines.



HPRCS Collection Report for April 2015: The current offering total is $143,742.28 of the $156,593.75 budgeted ($12,851.47 shortfall).

Hull Protestant Reformed Christian School is still in need of several bus drivers for the 2015-2016 school year. Because of planning and preparation necessities, willing persons need to be identified soon. Possibilities include driving only mornings or afternoons. Please call Carl Maassen at 712-470-1588.

Ladies League is now scheduled for April 22 at Calvary PRC. This is a change from the original date of the 16th due to a conflict at Trinity High School. More details to follow.

Trinity Christian’s and Covenant Christian’s bands will be presenting a program on Thursday, April 16, at 7:00 p.m. in Trinity’s gymnasium.  Both bands will play their own numbers, and the evening will end with both bands joining together for a few numbers.  Praise Him with the sound of the trumpet; praise Him with the psaltery and harp.

The Board of Trinity Christian High School will hold its annual spring drive on Monday, April 6. The drive will be for debt reduction with a goal of collecting $200,000. We ask that you prayerfully consider the cause of our covenant high school.

Arrangements are being made for a bus to take the area young people to convention this summer. They will travel to Michigan on Saturday the 8th and return to Hull Friday the 14th. For questions or to reserve a seat, please contact Paul at 712-441-1689 or

If you haven’t registered for the 2015 Protestant Reformed Young People’s Convention, now’s the time! You can register at Registration ends May 20. Please return all necessary forms to the address provided on the response email.

Attention Young People Conventioneers: Check out the discussion group and devotional materials for the upcoming 2015 PRYP convention. These materials can be found on the convention website ( under the Chaperones link and at the Young Calvinists’ website ( under the Resources section.

The Trinity Christian Parents’ Circle annual spring business meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 8, at 7:00 p.m. in the Trinity Choir Room. Are you a Parents’ Circle Member? The purpose of the Parents’ Circle is to promote the welfare of covenant children in home and school, to bring into closer relation the home and the school that the parents may cooperate intelligently in training of the children according to the truths found in the Holy Word of God and in the Three Forms of Unity, and to promote fellowship and provide financial aid to Trinity Christian High School. All members and new members who support Protestant Reformed secondary education are encouraged to attend this meeting. Agendas for the meeting will be available today on the back tables.

The Steering Committee for a 2016 Young Adults’ Retreat in the NW Iowa area being hosted by Calvary PRC is looking for volunteers of all ages to help plan the retreat. Our first meeting is Tuesday, April 14, at 7:00 p.m. at Calvary PRC.  Please email Ashley Van Maanen at if you are interested.

How far back does the Christian school movement date itself? 100 years? The Reformation? The Apostolic Age? How about all the way back to the Old Testament! Learn more about this exciting history at the History and Principles of Reformed Education class to be held May 26 – June 5 during the evening at Trinity Christian High School.

Senior Retreat Update: The Senior Retreat has now been posted on our website at Registration information is available online, and registration forms have been made available for those without internet access. Additional information may be found at You may also contact Mr. Bert Wories to place your registration over the phone at 219-718-8732.

Protestant Reformed Christian School of Dyer, IN, is seeking applicants for two teacher positions for the 2015/2016 school year.  We are interested in hiring a 5th grade teacher and a junior high teacher.  Interested applicants may contact the administrator, Ryan Van Overloop, at (219) 558-2660 or

Edmonton PRC YA Retreat 2015: Lord willing, the Edmonton PRC Young Adults’ Society will be hosting a retreat from Tuesday to Friday, August 4-7, 2015, on the theme “Knowing God even as we are known.” Speakers will be Rev. Marcus and Rev. T. Miersma. Registration will open at midnight on April 13. Registration forms will be available at For more information, email us at or ask about joining our Facebook page.

CCHS Choir’s new Psalter CD entitled Search Me will become available soon! Watch for an announcement in your bulletins in the coming weeks for how you can place an order!