Sunday, August 11, 2019
“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28 We’re grateful for these words of Jesus, as we enter into His house today to worship Him and find our rest in Him. It is our prayer here at Eastmanville that you would find a resting in our Lord on this Sunday and into the other days of your life.
THOSE SERVING TODAY:
AM: Taylor Kamps, Bethany Nobel
PM: Carla Lieffers
AM: Fred & Sue Zandstra
PM: Randy & Brenda Borst
Song Service: Ike Spriensma
AM: Nancy Langeland
PM: Joyce Postma
Coffee: Tim & Carla Lieffers
Offering for today: Bethany Christian Services
Ushers for August: Ike Spriensma and Shane Garrow
Mother of the month for August: Sue Molyneux
*Continue to pray for the following members of our congregation:
Judie Sall, Floyd and Albertha Martinie, and Henry White
*Our shut-ins: Frank & Gert Meerman
*Our service men: Ray Whitman at IMF Trident Base in Bangor, Washington and Eric Zandstra at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton, Connecticut
* Jill Dykstra and her children and the congregation of Walker URC
Hearing Aid devices are available in the back of church for anyone upon request.
There are large print NKJV Bibles available in the back of church.
You are cordially invited for a time of coffee and refreshments in the Fellowship Hall following the morning service.
Happy Birthday to Evelyn Bennink, she will be 95 on Friday, August 16.
Lord willing, the Fall Catechism and Sunday school classes will begin after the morning service on September 15. If anyone is interested in having their child or children in a Catechism or Sunday school class, please see the Pastor or Tim Lieffers.
We will also have an adult Catechism class (RC Sproul’s “Everyone’s A Theologian”). Everyone is welcome and if you are interested and want a book, please see the Pastor. We would love to have you join us.
Lord’s Supper will be celebrated on Sunday morning, September 8. We will have a Fellowship meal immediately following the service. Please feel free to invite your family or your friends.
Our combined (men and women) Bible study this fall will begin on September 11 at 7:00p.m. We will also meet September 25. We will be studying the book of Genesis and the pastor will be providing the materials from week to week (Personally, I have found it to be the most interesting and informative study of Genesis that I have ever experienced and I hope you will find it so also-JN). There will be a Sign-up sheet on the bulletin board (so that we will know about how many copies are needed).
Project For LOVE, INC: Today is the last day to bring your school supply donations!
Love, INC. has an urgent need for pantry supplies. There is a flyer hanging on the Bulletin board. We will continue to collect pantry supplies until they inform us that they have met their need. Please leave donations on the table in the Fellowship room.
Lamont Christian School: Looking for a place for your little one this fall? We have openings in our AM Preschool (3 by September 1) and our PM Pre-Kindergarten class (4 by September 1). Small class sizes and a genuine community make Lamont Christian an exceptional place to grow and learn! Check out http://www.lamontcs.org/academics/earlyed.cfm or email Joe at email@example.com. for more information.
Coopersville Cares, a local helping organization, will be holding its “Annual Benefit Sale” on Friday, August 16 and Saturday, August 17, 2019 at the Grace Lutheran Church – 300 E. Cleveland. Donations of good usable clothing, toys, furniture and house hold items will be accepted at the church on Tuesday, August 13 and Wednesday, August 14 from 9:00a.m. to 9:00p.m. (Please do not drop off prior to these dates or times).
Reformed Biblical Counseling: The IRBC Basic Training Course in Reformed Biblical Counseling will assist you in properly viewing and ministering God’s truth to counselees as beings with a soul and a body. For more information about this course which is being offered in Hudsonville, MI, and an online registration form, go to www.reformedbiblicalcounseling.org. Registration deadline: September 2, 2019.
Dutton URC: On Saturday, August 17, Professor William Wagner will be giving a presentation at Dutton URC (6050 Hanna Lake Ave. SE, Caledonia, MI) on the topic “Persuasion Points” – how our faith informs every aspect of our lives, including how we govern ourselves. For more information, please see the website below: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/persuasion-points-tickets-65058907945.