The Lord's Day - Sept. 22, 2019
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
entry or fill out your information on the pads in the church pew. You can place those in the offering bag.
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:27-31
Sermon: "Called to be Useful”
Scripture: Psalm 133
Sermon: “Dwelling Together in Unity”
Offering: Today - Home Missions
Sept. 29 - Bethesda Christian Counseling
Nursery: Today - AM – Sandy H. and Jeremy V.D.
PM – No attendants provided but the nursery is open for you to use.
Sept. 29 - AM - Tami K. and Kayla V.S.
Oct. 6 - AM - Rebecca S. and Raegan V.S.
Greeters: Today - Daryl and Bethany Rylaarsdam
Next Week – Mark and Rebecca Sankey
Coffee Servers: Today - Grant and Carolyn Prins Next Week: Dave and Grace Talsma
Children's Church Leaders: Today - Bobbie S. and Larissa H.
Next Week – Chelsea S. and Amber P.
Today - 9:00 AM Church Education classes.
- 10:00 AM Morning Worship Service.
- Fellowship Coffee after our morning worship service! Please join us!
- 6:00 PM Evening Worship Service.
Tues. - 8:15 PM Church visitors will be here.
Next Sun. – 10:00 AM Morning Worship Service.
- 6:00 PM Evening Worship Service.
ITEMS OF PRAYER AND PRAISE
We remember all of our members who reside at area care facilities. Chris Sankey who resides at Edgebrook Care Center,
Dick Talsma who resides at Edgebrook’s Assisted Living and Gert Krosschell who resides at Edgebrook Apartments.
Please pray for Al Prins who is in Avera Hospital in Sioux Falls to undergo more tests so that they can develop a plan of
care going forward.
Wendale Vander Broek’s surgery went well and he is recovering at home. Von is being treated for a blood clot in her leg.
Please pray for health and strength to be restored to them both.
This Sunday evening, our Scripture text is from Psalm 133. Next Sunday morning our message is on the theme of
love from 1 Corinthians 13.
The Council has decided to reserve the back bench for families with small children.
The Chandler Christian School Board is in the process of having repairs done on the roof in addition to sealing up
old window openings around the gymnasium. The estimated cost is nearly $5,000 to complete the repairs. Please
consider making a donation to help cover the costs of these repairs. Thank you.
The Red Cross workers will be in Edgerton at the Reformed Church on Tuesday, September 24 from 12:30 until 6:30
accept blood donations. Every 2 seconds someone in the USA needs blood
and the Red Cross is there to help. You
may make an appointment online or contact Betty Huisken (507-227-8416) or firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone 17 years
or older and in good health is eligible to donate.
ATLAS for Life is having a fundraiser at the PIpestone Pizza Ranch on Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 5-8 pm. Come
enjoy a great meal while helping to support the ATLAS ministry.
Matching funds have been given up to $2000.00! Atlas thanks
you for your support!
Coffee Break Kick-off Brunch– The fall session of Coffee Break and Children’s Story Hour
(ages 3-Kindergarten) begins with brunch on October 9 at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall of First CRC
in Edgerton. Coffee Break is a weekly Bible study for women. All women are invited. We will start off this fall
by studying the book of Ruth. In four artfully shaped scenes, Ruth, Naomi and Boaz live out the story of a God
provides for his people according to his promises. In the plans
are also a couple Christmas lessons and the study
of Esther (January 2020). Nursery will be provided. Got Questions? Call Thea (507.227.9513) or
Priscilla (507.215.1482). NURSERY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Coffee Break Ministry is looking for volunteers to
help out in the nursery. Would you be willing to help and give young mothers the opportunity to study God’s
word? Coffee Break meets on Wednesday mornings 9:30 a.m. at First CRC in Edgerton, starting October 9.
The schedule is flexible. You can volunteer weekly, twice a month or once a month. Please contact
Thea Nykamp (507-227-9513)
Sept.29 - Preparatory Sunday
Oct. 6 - Lord's Supper
Oct. 8 - Council Meeting.