Grace Reformed Church

Bulletin

Sunday, June 2, 2024

 

MORNING WORSHIP—10 AM

Preaching: Pastor Scott Nichols

Scripture: Romans 12:4-5 CSB

Message: “One Body – Many Parts”

NO EVENING WORSHIP

 

 

WELCOME! We are glad you’ve joined us to worship the one and only true God of grace. Please stay for refreshments and fellowship following worship.

 

Next Sunday--Prayer Meeting for CRC: Platte Christian Reformed Church invites you to join for a prayer meeting on Sunday evening, June 9, at 6 p.m., for the CRC denomination. Synod 2024 convenes on June 13 with many weighty matters on its agenda once again, and we want to join together to lift up the CRC denomination and its deliberations to the Lord. 

 

Greeters: Today: Corey & Denise VanderPol; Next week: Mitch & Melissa VanderPol

Nursery: Today: Rachel Van Zee; Next Week: Bridget Veurink

Praise Teams: Today: Dennis, Sharon, Heidi, Lindsey; Next Week: Tom, Sheryl, Kylee, Vicki

CRC Offering: Today: Dakota Christian School; Next Week: Building Fund

Parking Lot: Today: Richard & Kris VZ.; Next Week: Elroy Z.

Chapel Cleaning: Cleaning supplies and an instruction sheet can be picked up in the SE entry of the CRC. Batteries must be recharged in the room just to the east of the pulpit area.
    Wk of June 3: Dave Scholten             Wk of June 10: Grant VanZee
    Wk of June 17: Richard VanZee        Wk of June 24: Corey VanderPol
Anyone wishing to be added or removed from the chapel cleaning list, please let Kim Zomer know at 680-4249.

 

Worship in June: Worship services for June will be held at the CRC facility. Messages are offered electronically as well, streaming live at 10 a.m. on YouTube (link will be posted on Facebook), as well as broadcasting in Corsica on channel 95.

Greeters in June: June 2—Corey & Denise VanderPol; June 9—Mitch & Melissa VanderPol; June 16—Cal & Kim Zomer; June 23—Dick & Marsha Bordewyk; June 30—Jim & Carol DeBoer

 

Prayers for God’s People:

  • Please continue to pray for those in our church family and extended family dealing with health issues: Patty Ligtenberg, MaryLou Kredit, Bob & Bobbie Nichols, Joyce Brink, Kathy Menning, Wilma VandenHoek, Verlin VanderWal, Vicki Lubbers, Neil Hall, Dick Bordewyk, Darrell VandenHoek, Birdie Schoon and Chad Wentland.

  • Please pray for families in our church as they daily care for loved ones in need, as well as for the health of our church family members, especially those most vulnerable in the nursing home and Leisure Living.

  • Luke 15 Prayer List: Aaron, Elias, Mike, Dave.

 

We express Christian love and sympathy to the family and friends of Mary Ann Peters. Mary Ann passed away this past Tuesday. Visitation will be today from 5-7 p.m. with a prayer service at 7 p.m. The funeral service will be Monday at 10:30 a.m. All will be held at Grandview Reformed Church in Armour.

Happy Birthday to Teri Wisdom, Rae Nelson (June 2), Terri Van Roekel, (June 4) and Brendan Wentland (June 6) Happy Anniversary to Scott & Sheryl Muckey (June 3) and Rick & Glenda Hongslo (June 5). Have a great day!

A sincere and humble THANK YOU to all for your thoughts and prayers and acts of kindness this past week. I’ve been told God heard from many of you as well as others I do not even know, praying on my behalf concerning my head injury. By God’s amazing grace, I am blessed to be home and slowly getting back to routine activity. I will be tested/evaluated at a concussion clinic this week and anticipating a prescription for outpatient therapy. Romans 8:28. God’s got this! Patty Ligtenberg

Thank You! Huge thanks to all who stepped up to take part in helping with the community VBS program. We had nearly 70 kids each day learning about the true words of hope found in the Bible. VBS makes a difference in the lives of our community’s children as well as throughout the world. This year the VBS offerings went to support the world-impacting work of Words of Hope. If you missed out on working with this year’s program, plan to get involved next year when our church family is in charge of the week’s planning and leading. God willing, we will guide children to Jesus Tuesday, May 27 – Friday, May 30, 2025. Mark your calendars now!

Do you have a need? Or know someone in need in our church family? Please contact Elaine DeVries at 680-4181 or Laura Noteboom at 201-9171 with requests for church family support. No need is too great or too small when we all work together to meet it.

Grace/CRC Church Family: “Rejoice with those who rejoice! Walk beside the weary.” If you are interested in being on a list of those helping to meet needs of our church family, please contact Elaine DeVries at 680-4181 or Laura Noteboom at 201-9171. This may involve anything from meal prep to yard work so all are welcome to be part of a contact list about needs. You may then decide if you can help with that particular need.

 

Requested Announcements

Reminder: Wing Ding Days on June 7 & 8. Includes supper in the park, Douglas County Pink Ladies Balloon Release and Legion baseball game with free admission on Friday evening. Activities in the park area all day Saturday for all ages. Check out Corsica Commercial Club on Facebook for additional information.

Douglas County Pink Ladies is an organization that raises money and donates to those in Douglas County that are diagnosed with cancer. They are sponsoring a balloon release ceremony prior to the first pitch of the Legion baseball game on Friday, June 7 in conjunction with Wing Ding Days. Balloons can be purchased “In Honor of” or “In Memory of” for $10 each. There will be memory boards that list the name of the cancer warrior and who purchased each balloon. If you would like to purchase or have any questions, contact Barb Groeneweg at 605-770-6739.

Do you sometimes feel uneasy about sharing God's Good News with others, though they desperately need it? Everyday-Ambassadors Practicum is a fun, 5-hour Saturday workshop in Sioux Falls, to help activate us as God's representatives. For info., or to sign-up for June 22 OR July 27, visit www.sfnewroots.com/our-ministries, or call/text Fred W. of New Roots Ministry at 605-376-6330. "How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news" (Isaiah 52:7)! 

ELECTIONS: Confused as to where the candidates stand on family issues? DakotaVoter.com is a website that has a voters guide for Family Values. You can find out where the candidates stand on Sanctity of Life, Marijuana Regulations, Education Options, and more. Douglas is in District 21. Check out the candidates!