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    Bulletin Announcements — 10/6/19

    Announcements

    “This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” (Psalm 118:24)   We sincerely welcome any visitors this morning to Peace Reformed Church.  May you be blessed through the worship of our most High God.

    The children's choir will practice on Sunday, October 20th following the worship service.

    This morning, we will be observing the Lord's Supper.  Members of other churches who hold to the same faith as we concerning the Lord's Supper ( see Heidelberg Catechism questions 75-82) and who are in good and regular standing with their own congregation, and who have sought permission from either Pastor Steve or one of the elders are all invited to partake  with us.  There are request forms available on the lectern, in the fellowship hall for future Lord's Supper dates.

    Women's fellowship will meet on Thursday, October 24th at 7pm at the church.  We will be making table decorations for the Lutheran Home assisted living.

    Anyone interested in developing the design and layout for the 2020 church anniversary and birthday calendar, please see Jim Drewes.

    Men's fellowship will meet again on Saturday, October 12th at 8 am.  We will be having breakfast together and then continue our study together in the Cannons of Dort.  We will be studying the 5th Head of Doctrine, articles 2 through 4.

    On Sunday, October 13th, the deacons will be taking a collection at the door following the service for the Annual Synod Day of Prayer.  This year the collection will be going to our mission work Grace Reformed Church, in Dickinson, ND.

    If anyone is interested in teaching one of the children's Sunday School classes (4th-8th grade) please see Jim Drewes.

    Please remember to pray for: Consistory and Spiritual Council, our nation, the pro-life cause, the sanctity of marriage, The President, our RCUS mission works, Gay Grant,  Esther Bockelman, Rhea Bockelman, Corwin Starr, Rev. Wes Brice, Rev. Dennis Roe, The Marinelli Family, Phoebe Killy, Aiden Liesveld (grandson of Jay Liesveld), Margaret Powell ( Daughter of Rev. Sam Powell)

    Greeters this morning: Taylor and Lindsay Bockelman

    Next Week ( week of October 13th): John and Thea Bockelman  

    Cleaning:

    • This Week - Jordan Bockelman and Patty Bockelman
    • Next Week (Week of October 13th)-   Patty Bockelman and Taylor Bockelman

    PRC Birthdays this Week:

    PRC Anniversaries this week:  October 11th David and Annette Oberhaus

    2 Corinthians 4: 7-10, But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.  We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed; always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies.

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    Bulletin Announcements — 9/29/19

    Announcements

    “This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” (Psalm 118:24)   We sincerely welcome any visitors this morning to Peace Reformed Church.  May you be blessed through the worship of our most High God.

    Today, we are celebrating our Harvest Home Mission Fest!  We welcome to our pulpit this morning Rev. Jimmy Hall, who formerly served the Limon, CO charge in the RCUS and is now living in Columbus, OH.

    We will be having a carry-in lunch following the Harvest Home Mission Fest Service this morning.  Today will be the last day for our collection of needed items for the Henry County CPC.

    On October 6th, we will be observing the Lord's Supper.  Members of other churches who hold to the same faith as we concerning the Lord's Supper ( see Heidelberg Catechism questions 75-82) and who are in good and regular standing with their own congregation, and who have sought permission from either Pastor Steve or one of the elders are all invited to partake  with us.  There are request forms available on the lectern, in the fellowship hall for future Lord's Supper dates.

    Men's fellowship will meet again on Saturday, October 12th at 8 am.  We will be having breakfast together and then continue our study together in the Cannons of Dort.  We will be studying the 5th Head of Doctrine, articles 2 through 4.

    On Sunday, October 13th, the deacons will be taking a collection at the door following the service for the Annual Synod Day of Prayer.  This year the collection will be going to our mission work Grace Reformed Church, in Dickinson, ND.

    If anyone is interested in teaching one of the children's Sunday School classes (4th-8th grade) please see Jim Drewes.

    Please remember to pray for: Consistory and Spiritual Council, our nation, the pro-life cause, the sanctity of marriage, The President, our RCUS mission works, Gay Grant,  Esther Bockelman, Rhea Bockelman, Corwin Starr, Rev. Wes Brice, Rev. Dennis Roe, The Marinelli Family, Phoebe Killy, Aiden Liesveld (grandson of Jay Liesveld), Margaret Powell ( Daughter of Rev. Sam Powell)

    Greeters this morning: Doris Armbruster and Opal Bortz

    Next Week ( week of October 6th): Taylor and Lindsay Bockelman  

    Cleaning:

    • This Week - Clayton Bockelman and Jordan Bockelman
    • Next Week (Week of October 6th)-  Jordan Bockelman and Patty Bockelman

    PRC Birthdays this Week: October 3rd Saela Bockelman

    PRC Anniversaries this week: September 30th Caleb and Elizabeth Frankart,  October 1st Steve and Bianca Altman

    2 Corinthians 4: 7-10, But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.  We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed; always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies.

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    Bulletin Announcements — 9/22/19

    Announcements

    “This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” (Psalm 118:24)   We sincerely welcome any visitors this morning to Peace Reformed Church.  May you be blessed through the worship of our most High God.

    Our Consistory/Spiritual Counsel will be meeting tomorrow, September 23rd at 7:30pm at the church.

    Our harvest home/mission fest is going to be held on Sunday, September 29th. Rev Jimmy Hall, who formerly served the Limon, CO pulpit in the RCUS will be here and bring us the word that morning. 

    We will be having a carry-in lunch following the Harvest Home Mission Fest Service on the 29th.  Anyone interested in serving, please see Lori Drewes or Patti Altman.  We will also be collecting needed items for the Henry County CPC, there are lists of those items available for you on the Fellowship Hall table.

    On October 6th, we will be observing the Lord's Supper.  Members of other churches who hold to the same faith as we concerning the Lord's Supper ( see Heidelberg Catechism questions 75-82) and who are in good and regular standing with their own congregation, and who have sought permission from either Pastor Steve or one of the elders are all invited to partake  with us.  There are request forms available on the lectern, in the fellowship hall for future Lord's Supper dates.

    Men's fellowship will meet again on Saturday, October 12th at 8 am.  We will be having breakfast together and then continue our study together in the Cannons of Dort.  We will be studying the 5th Head of Doctrine, articles 2 through 4.

    The women's fellowship will meet again on Thursday September 26th at Northcrest Nursing Home for hymn singing and devotions.

    If anyone is interested in teaching one of the children's Sunday School classes (4th-8th grade) please see Jim Drewes.

    Please remember to pray for: Consistory and Spiritual Council, our nation, the pro-life cause, the sanctity of marriage, The President, our RCUS mission works, Gay Grant,  Esther Bockelman, Rhea Bockelman, Corwin Starr, Rev. Wes Brice, Rev. Dennis Roe, The Marinelli Family, Phoebe Killy, Aiden Liesveld (grandson of Jay Liesveld), Margaret Powell ( Daughter of Rev. Sam Powell)

    Greeters this morning: Shelia Clady and Joann Schroeder-Weber

    Next Week ( week of September 29th):  Doris Armbruster and Opal Bortz

    Cleaning:

    • This Week - Auston Bockelman and Clayton Bockelman
    • Next Week (Week of September 29th)-  Clayton Bockelman and Jordan Bockelman 

    PRC Birthdays this Week:September 23rd Mary Schroeder

    PRC Anniversaries this week: 

    2 Corinthians 4: 7-10, But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.  We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed; always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies.

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    Bulletin Announcements — 9/15/19

    Announcements

    “This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” (Psalm 118:24)   We sincerely welcome any visitors this morning to Peace Reformed Church.  May you be blessed through the worship of our most High God. 

    Our harvest home/mission fest is going to be held on Sunday, September 29th. Rev Jimmy Hall, who formerly served the Limon, CO pulpit in the RCUS will be here and bring us the word that morning.  There will be more info on this celebration service in the coming weeks.

    We will be having a carry-in lunch following the Harvest Home Mission Fest Service on the 29th.  Anyone interested in serving, please see Lori Drewes or Patti Altman.  We will also be collecting needed items for the Henry County CPC, there are lists of those items available for you on the Fellowship Hall table.

    Men's fellowship will meet again on Saturday, October 12th at 8 am.  We will be having breakfast together and then continue our study together in the Cannons of Dort.  We will be studying the 5th Head of Doctrine, articles 2 through 4.

    The women's fellowship will meet again on Thursday September 26th at Northcrest Nursing Home for hymn singing and devotions.

    If anyone is interested in teaching one of the children's Sunday School classes (4th-8th grade) please see Jim Drewes.

    Please remember to pray for: Consistory and Spiritual Council, our nation, the pro-life cause, the sanctity of marriage, The President, our RCUS mission works, Gay Grant,  Esther Bockelman, Rhea Bockelman, Corwin Starr, Rev. Wes Brice, Rev. Dennis Roe, The Marinelli Family, Phoebe Killy, Aiden Liesveld (grandson of Jay Liesveld), Margaret Powell ( Daughter of Rev. Sam Powell)

    Greeters this morning: Patty and Michelle Bockelman

    Next Week ( week of September 22nd):  Sheila Clady and Joann Schroder-Weber 

    Cleaning:

    • This Week - A. Drewes & J. Bockelman & Auston Bockelman
    • Next Week (Week of September 22nd)-   Auston Bockelman and Clayton Bockelman 

    PRC Birthdays this Week: September 15th Aaron Drewes, September 16th Adam Oberhaus, September 17th Rosamund Demland, September 20th Darrell Wulff

    PRC Anniversaries this week: September 20th Steve & Margaret Snavely

    2 Corinthians 4: 7-10, But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.  We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed; always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies.

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    Bulletin Announcements — 9/1/19

    Announcements

    “This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” (Psalm 118:24)   We sincerely welcome any visitors this morning to Peace Reformed Church.  May you be blessed through the worship of our most High God. 

    Our harvest home/mission fest is going to be held on Sunday, September 29th. Rev Jimmy Hall, who formerly served the Limon, CO pulpit in the RCUS will be here and bring us the word that morning.  There will be more info on this celebration service in the coming weeks.

    We will be having a carry-in lunch following the Harvest Home Mission Fest Service on the 29th.  Anyone interested in serving, please see Lori Drewes or Patti Altman.  We will also be collecting needed items for the Henry County CPC, there are lists of those items available for you on the Fellowship Hall table.

    Men's fellowship will meet again on Saturday, September 14th at 8 am.  We will be having breakfast together and then continue our study together in the Cannons of Dort.  We will be going through the 5th and 6th Head of Doctrine, specifically the first three articles.

    The women's fellowship will meet again on Thursday September 26th at Northcrest Nursing Home for hymn singing and devotions.

    If anyone is interested in teaching one of the children's Sunday School classes (4th-8th grade) please see Jim Drewes.

    Please remember to pray for: Consistory and Spiritual Council, our nation, the pro-life cause, the sanctity of marriage, The President, our RCUS mission works, Gay Grant,  Esther Bockelman, Rhea Bockelman, Corwin Starr, Rev. Wes Brice, Rev. Dennis Roe, The Marinelli Family, Phoebe Killy, Aiden Liesveld (grandson of Jay Liesveld), Margaret Powell ( Daughter of Rev. Sam Powell)

    Greeters this morning: David and Annette Oberhaus

    Next Week ( week of September 8th): Matt and Sarah Sigley 

    Cleaning:

    • This Week - Mike Altman and Doris Armbruster/Shelia Clady
    • Next Week (Week of September 8th)- Doris Armbruster/Shelia Clady and Andrew Drewes/John Bockelman 

    PRC Birthdays this Week: September 3rd Sarah Sigley

    PRC Anniversaries this week:

    2 Corinthians 4: 7-10, But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us.  We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed; always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies.

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