The Lord's Day - Feb. 26, 2017
WELCOME to all who have joined us in worship today. If you are visiting, we invite you to sign the guest book in the church
Morning Message: “The Sixth Commandment: Leaving Judgment to the Judge”
Evening Message: “Ruth Takes a Risk”
Offering: Today - World Renew
Nursery: Today - AM – Pam T., Meghan S. and Nick S.
USHERS: February: Chad Miersma and Grant Post
Greeters: Today - Clyde & Gwen Kreun and Arvin & Delaine Vander Woude
Coffee Servers: Today - Al & Sue Prins Next Week: Mark & Rebecca Sankey
Children's Church Leaders: Today - Chelsea S. and Danielle H.
ITEMS OF PRAYER AND PRAISE
who reside at Edgebrook’s Assisted Living and Gert Krosschell who resides at Edgebrook Apartments.
This Sunday, February 26: Our morning service will be a Preparatory Service for the Lord’s Supper next week. The Combined Evening
Service will be in our church at 6:30 p.m.
as a celebration of the Lord’s Supper. The Combined Evening Service will be in the Reformed Church at 6:30 p.m. and will be a prayer service
for crops and industry.
put a check mark next to your name once you have confirmed your information. Please consider adding a cell phone and email address so that
can stay in contact with you. The final sheet is for additional
names, college students, or adult children who now have their own
that you plan on taking the class so that we can schedule a time that
works for everyone. (email@example.com, 677-2524)
groups were randomly assigned to each elder and deacon to eliminate conflicts of interest and so that each group did not have everyone from
the same family. These groups exist because our leaders are called to keep watch and to be shepherds of the church of God (Acts 20:28).
Your leaders have a special calling to care for you, so get to know them and let them know how you can pray for them. Take a minute today
to look at the care groups handout that was put in your mailbox or hanging on the bulletin board. Take note of which elder and deacon is
assigned to you, pray for them, and introduce yourself to them as one of their "sheep."
craft or photos. We will be meeting in the new fellowship hall at First Christian Reformed Church in Edgerton on March 17 & 18. Friday
from 2pm-10pm and Saturday 8am-5pm. Friday supper & Saturday noon meal will be provided. Please bring a friend, power strip, and a snack
to share. Hope to see you there! Contact Karen Christoffels (760.412.1806) to RSVP.
March 30. More details to come!
Christian High gym. Ruby Kubista is this year’s featured speaker. Ruby has served as MCCL’s Chapter Coordinator for more than
four decades. Involved with MCCL since 1970, Ruby is a former head lobbyist and past member of the MCCL Board of Directors. She is
also active in campaigns of pro-life candidates for state and federal office. Ruby and her late-husband, Tom, raised 10 children; Ruby now
has 23 grandchildren. She has committed the rest of her life to the lifesaving work of MCCL. Minnesota’s oldest and largest pro-life
organization, MCCL has been dedicated for 48 years to the single issue of life itself.
Monday, April 10, 2017 Please join us at Trinity Christian Reformed Church, Rock Valley, IA at 6:30 p.m. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. Save
your spot by calling Trinity CRC at 712-476-5292 or go to our website www.cornerstonepcsd.org. Enjoy an evening of fun, food and fellowship
as we listen to Gale Van Engen and Arlyn Boon perform and hear how the hope of Jesus Christ is working in hearts and lives of inmates in the
South Dakota State Penitentiary!