Offerings next week are for the following causes:
Morning: General Fund and Benevolence
Evening: Hull PR School and Seminary Student Assistance Fund
Nursery this morning: Kalista H., Deanna H., Emily Groeneweg
This evening: Karina H., Jayden H., Lydia H.
Next Sunday morning: Kassandra H., Grace H., Abbie K.
Next Sunday evening: Koralee H., Shawna H., Julianne L.
Ushers: For October: Blake Meyer, Jake Van Engen, Zach Van Engen
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 “A Letter to Those Preserved” (Jude 1,2). Next week’s message will be “Contending for the Faith” (Jude 3,4).

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 our former pastor, Rev. Key, is scheduled to preach for us for both services while our pastor is preaching at Loveland PRC. We welcome Rev. Key to our pulpit and fellowship.

Today: The Young People’s Society will meet this morning at 11:15. We will discuss Habakkuk 2:1-5.
Monday: The deacons are scheduled to meet at 7:00 p.m. followed by the Council at 8:00.
Tuesday: Morning classes in Bible History (Grades 1–7): Review of Lessons 1-5.
Wednesday: WEALTH will meet at 9:45. We will study Lesson 5. Refreshments: Marcia M., Amanda R., Sandy W. Nursery: Janae V.M. Upstairs helper: Anna V.D.T.
7:00 p.m. Heidelberg Catechism (Grades 8 & 9): Lord’s Day 6; 8:00 Essentials (Grades 10 & 11): Lesson 4, Q. 1-5; Pre-Confession (Grade 12 and older): Belgic Confession Articles 10,18, and 19.
Thursday: Martha Ladies’ Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Bible discussion will begin with Acts 18:12. Marilyn Te Grotenhuis and Sue Uittenbogaard have lunch.
Men’s Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Study will begin at Colossians 1:18. The after recess discussion will be on the Church Order, Art. 7. All men are welcome and encouraged to come.

Monica Wiersma is asked to write to Gary Brummel and Kalista Heynen to Derick Grimm.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to our church family for your prayers, acts of kindness, and words of encouragement these last couple of months as Jeanine has recovered from surgery and her infection. Her final drain has been removed, and now we wait upon the LORD to see if the infection will return as she continues to heal. We covet your prayers as we walk day by day along the path He has laid before us. We find our comfort in such passages as John 14:27 “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.” The John Huizenga Family

At its meeting this past week, Classis West examined Mr. Ryan Barnhill with a view to admitting him to the ministry. Mr. Barnhill’s gifts for the work were evident. Classis approved his exam and advised Peace PRC to proceed to his ordination. Classis also treated one appeal of a brother against the decision of his consistory; Classis did not sustain that appeal.

Hull Protestant Reformed Christian School’s regular monthly Board meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 7, at school.
Ladies of the church are invited to a Church Bridal Shower for Linette Groeneweg and Jacilee Andringa on October 17 at 10 a.m. at the Hull PRC. A light lunch will be served. This is a miscellaneous shower. If you would like to give towards a Walmart gift card, there will be an envelope in the kitchen for each bride with a card to sign, or you can give your own card.
Reformation Day Lecture: “The Reformation’s Recovery of Marriage and the Home” will be held at Bethel CRC in Edgerton, MN, on October 30 at 7:30 p.m.
Reserve the Date: The Trinity Harvest Supper (previously called the promotional supper) will be on Monday, November 16, at the Hull Protestant Church. More details to follow.
The Protestant Reformed Teachers’ Institute invites prospective and retired teachers to the 61st Protestant Reformed Teachers’ Convention to be held on Oct. 15 and 16 at Hope Protestant Reformed Christian School. Please contact Susann Grasman at 647-5263 or for registration information.
Teacher needed: In January Faith Christian School (Randolph, Wisconsin) will be needing a teacher. This is a 22 hour per week position that includes working with our Discovery students, teaching 3rd grade math and language, and working with 1st and 2nd graders. Please contact Mike Vander Veen at 920-296-4406 or or Ed Hoksbergen at 608-712-7514 or
Special Education Deficit Drive: The Special Education Board is seeking your assistance with the financial needs of our programs in the amount of $284,000. 70% of the funding for our programs comes from these support drives, so we humbly ask that you prayerfully consider supporting Protestant Reformed Special Education with your financial gifts. Letters with more detailed information are available on the back table. You can use the envelopes attached to the letters or send your contribution directly to Protestant Reformed Special Education, 6340 Autumn Dr., Hudsonville, MI 49426. Thank you for your support.
Prof. Ronald Cammenga will address the topic of theistic evolution and the Christian’s response at this week Friday’s lecture titled “Theistic Evolution: Should the Church Make Peace or War?” Southwest PRC invites you to this lecture at Grace Community Church in Hudsonville, MI, on Friday, October 9, at 7:30 p.m. For more information and live-streaming visit
The Senior Retreat Committee of Crete PRC thanks all those who worked hard at the retreat, and those who helped from our church and denomination. A special thanks goes to our speakers, discussion leaders, the staff and students of PRCS/HCHS, and to those who gave of their time and talents at our program. Both young and old worked together throughout the week and enjoyed the sweet communion we have in Christ and with one another. If anyone is interested in obtaining a DVD and CD of the speeches, please contact Kathy Brummel (708.262.2819) or