Covenant Protestant Reformed Church
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Covenant Protestant Reformed Church



Rev. Angus Stewart

Lord’s Day, 28 January, 2007


"Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout

all ages, world without end. Amen" (Ephesians 3:21)


Morning Service - 11:00 AM Rev. R. VanOverloop

Caleb Followed Jehovah Fully

Numbers 14:24

I. The Setting

II. The Advice

III. The Response

Psalms: 103:1-7; 76:1-7; 78:1-6; 106:23-28, 47-48


Evening Service - 6:00 PM Rev. G. Eriks

The Flood: Saved by Water

Genesis 7:10-24

I. The Wonder

II. The Significance

III. The Comfort

Psalms: 148:1-10; 76:7-12; 31:1-4, 13-14; 130:1-8


For audio cassettes of the worship services, contact Sean Courtney (


CPRC website:


Announcements (subject to God’s will):


We welcome the two church visitors, Revs. VanOverloop and Eriks, as well as Bob Wendrich from Wicklow, and Julie Rainey’s two sisters, Anne and Betsy, from Grand Rapids, Michigan.


The book, The Confessions and Church Order of the PRC, is available for £9. This is an invaluable study aid, especially for older catechumens. Prof. Engelsma’s book, Trinity and Covenant, is available for RFPA book club members for £7.


This week’s schedule:

Monday Catechism at 4:30 PM at the Murrays. Catechism at 6:30 PM with the Campbells at the manse. Church Visitation at 7:30 PM at the manse.

Tuesday Rev. Eriks speaks in Limerick on "Antithetical Living in an Age of Covetousness."

Wednesday Rev. VanOverloop will lead our Mid-Week Bible Study at 7:45 PM at the manse.

Thursday Catechism at 7:00 PM at the Hamills.

Friday The congregational dinner at Leighinmohr Hotel off the Galgorm Road in Ballymena. (Sign-up sheet is on back table.)

Saturday Go-Karting at Raceview Karting in Ballymena at 6:30. (Sign- up sheet is on the back table.)

Speak with Rev. Stewart, if you would like the church visitors to call with you.


The Reformed Witness Hour next Lord’s Day, 4 Feb. (8:30-9:00 AM, on Gospel 846MW) is entitled "I Am the Bread of Life" (John 6:35).


Next Lord’s Day morning, we will have our monthly Building Fund collection.


Last Week’s Offerings: General Fund - £460.50. Donations: £10 (C. R. News), £8 (C. R. News), £50 (building fund).


Website: Martyn’s article "Four Church Leaders on N. Ireland’s Sunday Sequence" is on-line at


BRF Website: "The 5 Points of Calvinism" speeches from the last conference can be heard at


Lecture: S. Wales, Friday, 2 March, "Homosexuality: What Does the Bible Teach?"


PRC News: The Domestic Mission Committee will be holding worship services in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, as part of their investigation of the area as a possible new field. Rev. R. Kleyn plans to lead the first services of the Heritage Protestant Reformed Fellowship today. Candidate Spronk has agreed to take up the work thereafter, under the supervision of Edgerton PRC Consistory. Let us pray for the Lord’s blessing on this endeavour.