We're going on a road trip. This trip will take us down the Roman Road to Salvation. Hope you can join us! Last Sunday we got ready for the trip. This Sunday, Jan 12, we make our first stop on the road, at Romans 3:10. 10:00 a.m.
This Sunday we welcome to our pulpit Rev Peter Tuininga from Smithville Christian Reformed Church. The text is Genesis 27:1-40 - "The Blessing." Pastor Peter will also be leading in the sacrament of baptism for his grandson Adam Clarence Steward Taekema, baby boy of Krista and Jason.
Some might find the Griswold approach to Christmas lights to be in poor taste. But Jesus tells us to "proclaim [his teachings] from the rooftops"! (Matt 10: 16-33). Some will find that offensive, preferring that we keep our beliefs to ourselves. But that is not an option. We continue our advent sermon series, "Christmas Lights," and celebrate in a big, bold and bright way, that Jesus is the true light of the world. Sunday, Dec 22, 10 a.m.
If we weren't in the Christmas mood before last night, we are now! It was a wonderful concert with the Meadowlands Salvation Army Corps band, John Vanderlaan (organ) and Marsha Heeg (piano). Proceeds went to the Kettle campaign. Thank you to everyone who came out to the event last night, and to those who made it happen!
Psalm 88 may be the most honest psalm in the Bible. It acknowledges that there are no easy answers in life. And yet, the psalmist pours out his heart to God. It's a sad psalm, but it's also a reminder that it's always darkest before the dawn. Christmas IS coming. During this service we will share the communion meal. Sunday, Nov 17, 10 a.m.
We conclude our "Sunday Morning" sermon series with the last chapter of Malachi, and the final liturgical piece of every Sunday morning worship service - the blessing. It's the end, but not really.
Sunday, November 10, 10 a.m.