Our Bulletin - Carmel Reformed Church

February 1, 2015
Call to Worship
*Hymn of Praise - #64
“O Worship the King”
*Christian Greeting
Ministry in Music - Sarah Sandbulte
Congregational Prayer
Offertory Hymn - #442
“Blessed Assurance”
(Offering for General Fund)
(Please pass the Guest Registers during this time)
Children’s Message - Tim Bomgaars
*Hymn - #437
“Trust and Obey”
Scripture: John 21:1-19
(page 1687)
Hymn - #496
“Living For Jesus”
(Offering for Christian Care Fund)
Song Service
*Hymn of Praise - #4 “Glorify Thy Name”
*Christian Greeting
Congregational Prayer
*Hymn - #149
“His Name Is Wonderful”
Scripture: Assorted
Message: “NAMES OF GOD”
*Closing Hymn - #71
“How Majestic Is Your Name”
*Parting Hymn - #785 (vs. 1, no chorus) “God Be With You”
(* Please stand if you are able)
Brothers and sisters, welcome to worship in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Please join us for refreshments in the Fellowship Hall after the morning worship services.
A warm welcome to Robert Miedema, as he leads our worship
service this evening.
*Closing Refrain - #269
“He Is Lord”
A warm welcome to Rev. Calvin Ver Mulm, as he leads our
morning worship service.
Friendship Register: During the first offering this morning,
please sign and pass the “Friendship” Register down the row.
Once it reaches the end and members and guests have signed,
please pass it back to the center.
Special thanks to Sarah Sandbulte for her ministry in music this
10:50 a.m.—Sunday School.
7:00 p.m.—Jr. RCYF. Devotions-Andrea; Prayer-Avery.
Nursery Attendants: Sara S., Kristi V. V., Karlee A., Alyssa M.,
Ethan S. (am); Allison L., Matthew B., Nyiah G. (pm). Greeters:
Leon Wichers, Jerry Wolfswinkel (am); Jeff Haverhals (pm).
Ushers: Jody (M); Tyler (NE); Nate (SW). Door Attendant:
Dave. Audio: Dan (am); Russ (pm). Video: Terry (am); Jerry
(pm). Refreshments: Alan Sandbulte, Marlin Van Voorst. After Service Greeters: Pastor & Loren (M); Mark (NE); Jerry
Monday, February 2
6:30 p.m.—GEMS. NOTE TIME. We will work on our theme
7:00 p.m.—Cadets.
8:00 p.m.—Music and Worship Committee Meeting.
Wednesday, February 4
7:15 p.m.—Prayer Meeting in the Chapel.
7:15 p.m.—Catechism for grades 1-12.
Thursday, February 5
7:00 p.m.—Couples For Christ.
NEXT SUNDAY, February 8
Pastor Fred Wilgenberg will lead our morning worship service
and Jerry Kelderman will lead our evening service. Nursery Attendants: Mimi Sandbulte, Nikki Bomgaars, Kade Van Voorst,
Jaxon Klein (am); Michon Moget (pm). Greeters: Brad Beukelman, Jerry Wolfswinkel (am); Mike Haverhals (pm). Ushers:
Monty Prins (M); Zach Moget (NE); Adam Nibbelink (SW).
Door Attendant: Loren Hooyer. Audio: Russ Vande Vegte
(am); Jerry Renes (pm). Video: Laura Van Ravenswaay (am);
Dan Fedders (pm). Refreshments: Dan Fedders, Bernie Mulder.
Cookies: Amanda Haverhals, Rhonda Haverhals, Muriel Oostra,
Nicole Vanden Brink, Colleen Bomgaars. Special Music: Ron
Schmith (am); Matt Segar (pm). Special Offering: Mission Projects. Mission offering in Sunday School for Talking Bibles.
Uphold in Prayer
Kim Niemeyer is in Sanford Hospital, Sioux Falls, with premature labor.
Maci Segar, infant of Matt & Kristi, was in the Sioux Center hospital
with RSV and returned home on Wednesday.
Betty Sandbulte has returned to her home.
Warren Post will have tests on Wednesday.
Nellie Vander Vliet dealing with cancer in her lymph nodes.
Carter Van Meeteren and Paisley Davelaar
Search Committee
Trevor Pritchard has been deployed for six months.
Dan Burrington in the military
Nick Haverhals, Ashley Haverhals
Praying for our local congregations: This week please be in
prayer for God’s blessing for the United Reformed Congregation
and the ministry of Pastor Bradd Nymeyer.
Please help us to help you: When you have an illness, accident,
upcoming surgery, birth or death in the family, or other needs,
please notify one of the elders or the church office.
We rejoice with Chris and Ashley Hulstein on the birth of a
son, Jace Gerrit. May God pour out his blessings on this family.
Sr. RCYF Parents: Please meet in the sanctuary immediately after the morning worship service for a meeting about our
summer fun trip.
Your HIGHLIGHTS are in your mailbox. Extra copies of the
newsletter are on the literature rack.
“Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent those beautiful flowers,
that we saw sitting there.
Perhaps you spoke the kindest words,
as any friend could say.
Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day.
Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much
for whatever part.”
Loren & Barb, Megan, Brady & Taylor Punt
Thank you to everyone for your patience as we continue to
make adjustments on our new website and with live streaming our
worship services each Sunday. To watch our services live go to
www.carmelchurch.org/media/live-stream. Our Sunday services
will be on the website by Monday afternoon for you to watch at
any time.
The special offering (2nd offering) next Sunday is for Mission
Projects. We need $5,625.00 each quarter to meet our mission
NURSERY WORKERS: please make sure you are finding
your own replacement if you are unable to attend to nursery duties. If you are willing to be added to the Nursery list, or if you
would like your name removed from the list, please contact Nursery Chairwoman, Abby Madsen, [email protected] or the
church office, by February 8, before the new schedule is made for
Please fill out the sheet in your mailbox and help us keep the
phone directory up to date. Please do so by February 15.
A Memory Loss Support Group for Caregivers of those who
have loved ones with memory loss, will be starting on February
18 at 1:00 p.m. in the West Community Room at Royale Meadows. Our first topic will be on the different forms of Dementia,
stages, and signs/symptoms. Dr. Van Es, who is a physician with
our Memory Clinic in Sioux Center, will be presenting. At the
end of his presentation he will allow for any questions. The Memory Loss Support Group will be held every third Wednesday of
the month. If anyone has any questions contact Ashley Anderson
at 722-8157 or [email protected].
Open to students, parents, church leaders, volunteers, worshipers, and more, Dordt College’s Day of Encouragement is a
day to inspire, encourage, and equip God’s people for ministry.
Day of Encouragement is Saturday, February 7, and this year’s
keynote speaker, Chuck De Groat, will present two sessions:
Pulled in a Hundred Different Directions: Diagnosing Our Weary
Souls and The Antidote to Exhaustion: Discovering Wholeness
and Holiness. Visit www.dordt.edu/doe for a full list of presenters, topics, schedule, and to register.
Are you looking for a service opportunity this summer? Join
RISE Ministries on a Rise on the Road (ROTR) trip. Serve in
Chicago July 28-August 1. Serving with the Salvation Army.
Register before March 1 to take advantage of the Early Bird Special. Visit www.riseministries.com and join us to serve!
BRANCH DIRECTOR: Due to retirement, Bethany Christian
Services is looking to hire a dynamic master-level leader for the
Orange City, Iowa branch. The Branch Director will lead the
staff in delivering high quality and innovative services to children and families in the region. For a detailed description or to
apply, please see www.Bethany.org/careers.