Protestant Reformed Church
Lord’s Day, 15
generation shall praise thy works to another,
declare thy mighty acts" (Ps. 145:4)
- 11:00 AM Prof. Engelsma
The Final Judgment of God’s Elect [download]
Reading: Matthew 24:1-14, 29-31; 25:31-46
73:1-9; 26:1-6, 9-11; 98:1-2, 5-9
Evening Service - 6:00 PM Prof. Hanko
Conquering Power of the Gospel
Reading: II Corinthians 10
73:10-15; 18:28-35; 119:161-168
Stephen Murray for CDs of the sermons and DVDs of the worship
Announcements (subject to God’s will):
Profs. Engelsma and Hanko will be preaching
today. Everyone is invited to stay for tea after the evening
service to fellowship with our visitors and to bid farewell to
who leaves for the US tomorrow to attend the PR Seminary.
A new Standard Bearer is available today. It
includes photos of (Rev.) Martyn McGeown’s graduation.
Mr. Callender returned home this past week. Let
us continue to remember our brother and his family in our prayers.
We welcome Anganeta Dyck into our midst. Anga
has moved here and will be staying with the Crossetts initially.
Prof. Engelsma will be preaching for us the next
two Lord’s Day (22 & 29 August) while Rev. Stewart is in the
The Reformed Witness Hour next Lord’s Day
(8:30-9:00 AM, on Gospel 846MW) is entitled "Who is Jesus?" (Acts 4:12).
Please do not mess around with the buttons in the
lift, especially the emergency button (the one displaying a bell),
which can trigger an emergency call out. If anyone does this, he or she
or his or her parents are responsible for paying the £200 (minimum) call
Offerings: General Fund (1 August): £881.97.
Building Fund: £379.60. Donations: £25 (DVDs), £100 (CR News),
£30 (CR News), £20 (pamphlets), £200, £100, £100. Offering at the
church dedication: £2,614.45.
PRC News: Rev. A. Lanning declined the call to
Hope and Edgerton. Rev. Eriks declined the call to Holland.
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
It is with great joy that we hear about the fact that
your now have your own church building to worship, witness and raise the
covenant seed in the truth of sovereign grace. What a significant
milestone in the history of your church.
We remember with fondness the former pet store where
we worshipped with you in Larne. Then, later worship in the hall and
seeing the property you purchased and hoped for a building of your own.
God is faithful in giving you a place of your own and
that at the same time you have the added witness of a missionary of your
We look forward to worshiping with you at some point
in the future. Please remember that you are always in our prayers and
dear to our hearts.
Donna and I will always feel that we are members of
your congregation—though a long ways away.
God bless you all as a congregation—and as dear
brothers and sisters in Christ.
In the name of our glorious and sovereign Lord,
Deane and Donna Wassink (Holland PRC, Michigan)