Offerings next week are for the following causes:
Morning: General Fund and Benevolence
Evening: Hull PR School and Heritage PR Building Fund
Nursery this morning: Hannah B., Shawna H.
This evening: Mrs. C. Bruinsma, Lydia B.
Next Sunday morning: Mrs. D. Camarigg, Ruth H.
Next Sunday evening: Mrs. J. De Boer, Gracia K.
Ushers: For July: Colton Hoksbergen, Brady Kooiker, Travis Kooima
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 “Freedom” (Romans 8:2). Next week’s message will be “To God, My Exceeding Joy, I Will Go” (Psalm 43).
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.
With joy the Consistory announces that Jeremy Baker, Joel Mouw, and Linette Mouw 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 July 24 during the evening service.
The date of the deacons’ meeting and the Council meeting have been changed from tomorrow to Tuesday.
Our pastor will be on vacation the next two weeks. Seminarian Joe Holstege is scheduled to preach for us both services next Sunday, and Rev. Brummel is scheduled to preach both services on July 17.
Tuesday: The deacons will meet at 7:00 p.m. followed by the Council at 8:00.
CONCERNING THE CONGREGATION
Dave Van Egdom is asked to write to Gary Brummel and Kalista Heynen to Derick Grimm.
We rejoice with Dave and Amanda Rozeboom who were blessed this past Tuesday with the birth of a daughter, Eliana Grace. Amanda and Eliana are both doing well. We give thanks to our God for this gracious gift.
Catherine Kooiker was having difficulty breathing and was taken to Sanford Hospital on Thursday. She remains there for observation.
Brian Westra had outpatient surgery on his right ankle and foot at Core Orthopedics of Avera in Sioux Falls on Friday. The surgery went well, and he returned home the same day. Let us remember Brian and his family in our prayers during this trial.
We rejoice with Mark and Shannon Van Maanen (nee De Kam) who were united in marriage this past Friday. May the Lord richly bless their marriage that it may reflect that of Christ and His church.
The annual church picnic will be held on Wednesday, July 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Westside Park in Hull. There is a sign up sheet located in fellowship hall for those who will be coming. A hot sandwich and drink will be provided. You are asked to bring a hot or cold dish to share and your own table service. Pies are optional. Ice cream and dishes will be provided for dessert. Singles, widows, and widowers do not have to bring side dishes. We will again be setting up a bean bag toss tournament, so if you have a bean bag game, please bring it along. Work group three is in charge of the church picnic. There will be a sign up sheet for the work group for the work shifts.
This past Friday Rev. Holstege was installed as a second missionary to the Philippines.
Pittsburgh PRC has formed a trio of Revs. Bruinsma, Griess, and R. Kleyn.
Sunday School: Today we study Lesson 41 and Psalter 27:1-2. Next week study includes Lesson 42 and Psalter 27:1-3.
All young people riding the bus to convention please get your payment of $110 to Paul De Roon by July 15. Make checks payable to the Hull PR Young People’s Society. There are still a few seats available.
The brides-to-be for whom the recent shower was held, as well as their fiancé’s, would like to thank the congregation for the many gifts. We would also like to thank the ladies who put together the shower and everyone who attended. We have been greatly blessed by the tremendous love and support shown to us from the Hull congregation. In Christian Love, Brittany, Larissa, Dana, Faith, and Mariah
Hull Protestant Reformed Christian School’s regular monthly board meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 7, at school.
Advance notice: Hull Protestant Reformed Christiam School will hold its Fun Night on the evening of September 16. Mark your calendars!
The Lynden PRC is planning on hosting a Young Adult’s retreat from July 3-6, 2017, in northwest Washington. Updates, contact, and registration information will be made available at lyndenprc.org/retreat and our retreat Facebook page.
Urgent Need for Bus Drivers: Hull Protestant Reformed Christian School is in need of full time and substitute bus drivers. Without additional drivers, there will be multiple routes without bus service next school year. For anyone with any level of interest, please contact Mike De Jager at 712-541-2368 or email@example.com for more information.
The Calvary Young Adults’ Committee has planned a backyard barbeque for the area young adults at Toby and Jaci Boogerd’s house on Saturday, July 16. We will have clay pigeon shooting starting at 4:30 p.m., bean bags, obstacle course, supper at 6:30 p.m., bonfire, and root beer floats. We have a sign-up sheet in the back of church for items which need to be donated. Please sign up for something you could bring along to the barbeque! If you are unable to sign-up for anything, we please ask that you bring a $5 donation. Toby and Jaci’s Address is 3274 Grant Ave. Hull, IA. If you plan on coming, please sign your name at the bottom of the donation sheet so we have an idea of how much meat to prepare. Thank you and we cannot wait for this FUN night! Please remember your own lawn chair. – Toby and Jaci Boogerd, Darin and Ashley Brummel, Harrison and Stephanie Van Maanen, and Brent and Stephanie Zandstra.
Wild Water West outing will be Thursday, August 11. You can get discount coupons from any Get N Go in Sioux Falls to get a ticket for $19, or you can use a buy one get one free coupon from the Big Sioux book. No rsvps will be taken this year. If you have questions, contact Carlene Van Egdom firstname.lastname@example.org.