Offerings next week are for the following causes:
Morning: General Fund and Benevolence
Evening: Hull PR School and Foreign Missions
Nursery this morning: Anna P., Alyssa U., Sierra M., Aubrey V.B.
This evening: Mrs. D. Kooiker, Allison M., Elizabeth P.
Next Sunday morning: Mrs. G. Gritters, Jessica K., Jocelyn M.
Next Sunday evening: Shania K., Alicia M., Kelsey U.
Ushers: For July: James Korver, Ryan Kroese, Mike Laning
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 Husband is Head of His Wife” (Ephesians 5:23).Next week’s message will be “To Provide and Protect” (Ephesians 5:23).
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 celebrate the Lord’s Supper. Supervision is exercised over the sacrament, so that only those who are members of our congregation in good standing or those who have received special permission from the Consistory are allowed to partake of the sacrament. May we be worthy partakers of the supper of our Lord.
The sermon this evening will be an applicatory sermon.
The baptism of Mason Lee, infant son of Blake and Emily De Roon, and of Brenna Nicole, infant daughter of Brady and Dayna Kooiker, is scheduled to take place on July 30 during the morning service.
Tuesday: The FMC will meet here at 7:00 p.m.
Next Sunday: Sr. Young Adults’ Bible study and fellowship will meet at the parsonage at 8:00 p.m. The Jr. Young Adults will meet on July 30.
CONCERNING THE CONGREGATION
Kirsti Kooiker is asked to write to Gary Brummel and Steve Kooima to Derick Grimm.
Edgerton PRC has formed a trio of Cand. De Boer, Rev. Huizinga, and Cand. Smidstra.
Doon PRC has formed a trio for missionary to the Philippines of Revs. Brummel, Spronk, and Smit.
Zion PRC has formed a trio of Rev. Huizinga, Rev. A. Lanning, and Cand. Holstege.
The Contact Committee will be sending Prof. R. Dykstra and Rev. J. Engelsma to Australia to visit the Evangelical Presbyterian Churches on behalf of the PRC. They will be taking part in a two-day Reformation Day conference, attending the meetings of the Presbytery of the EPC, and preaching in the EPC. The 2015 Synod of the PRC approved holding a conference with the EPC on the ground that “such face-to-face meeting and discussions with the men of the EPC are excellent ways both to make the corresponding relationship meaningful and to further the relationship.” Prof. and Mrs. Dykstra leave July 18 and will return after a time in Singapore on August 16. Rev. and Mrs. Engelsma will leave July 24 and return August 7. All this, the Lord willing.
Sunday School: Today is Lesson 53 and Psalter 14:1-3 & 7. Next week is Lesson 54 and Psalter 60:1.
The Hull PRCS newsletter is available on the back tables.
From the Evangelism Committee: D. Engelsma’s book, The Necessity of Membership in a True Church, is available on the back tables for anyone who desires a copy. If you would like more copies, please contact any member of the Evangelism Committee.
The annual society meeting of Trinity Christian High School is scheduled for tomorrow night, Monday, July 17, at 7:30 p.m. Meeting agendas are available today at church or tomorrow at the meeting. Nominations for board members are Craig Hoksbergen, Dave Kooiker, Mike Van Bemmel, and Seth Vis.
The enrollment date for HPRCS has been set for Monday, August 7, from 7 to 9 p.m.
The annual church picnic will be held Monday, July 24. at 6:30 p.m. at the West Side Park in Hull. We will be providing burgers, brats, and hot dogs. Please bring a hot or cold dish to share (unless you are attending as a single) as well as your own drink and table service. If you would like to bring a pie for the dessert table, feel free to do so. Ice cream and cones, coffee, and water will be available. To help the committee get a count for the meat order, we ask you sign the sheet in the back of church TODAY. Join us for a night of good food and fellowship!
WEALTH Bible study will be studying Hebrews 11 this year. We encourage and welcome women of all ages to use this as an opportunity to study a portion of God’s Word with fellow sisters in Christ. More information and sign-up sheets are located in the back of church. Please take an information sheet and sign up in the next couple of weeks, so we know how many books to have printed.
Two weeks are left to register (7/31) for the Senior Retreat to be held at Gull Lake Ministries. Please register at www.hollandgrandvilleseniorretreat2017.com. The theme is “Magnifying Christ in Life and Death.” Speakers will be Rev. Eriks, Prof. Engelsma, and Rev. Slopsema. Call Gretine Bodbyl at 616.538.3403 if you need a form.
The Protestant Reformed Seminary is sponsoring a conference commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The conference theme is “Here We Stand!” It will be held at Faith PRC October 27-28, 2017. There will be six speeches given by the three professors and Rev. Key, Rev. McGeown, and Rev. David Torlach from the EPC of Australia. Please make plans to attend.
Attention Supporters of Christian Education: Many of you may have recently received the Capital Drive Flyer Building for Generations 2.0. Adams Christian School is committed to providing additional classrooms in the near future due to expanding class sizes. In 2015 we launched a similar Capital Campaign drive. By God’s providential care and your giving, we were able to reach our goal without incurring debt to our school. For that we can be thankful. Adams Christian School is now in need of your financial support for this project. Please prayerfully consider this cause. If you did not receive the flyer, please contact Matt Velthouse (firstname.lastname@example.org), Gary Bylsma (email@example.com), Tim Pipe Jr (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Tim Block (email@example.com) for further information. A sample of the flyer was included in this month’s handouts.