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   Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan                               FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE NINE Rev. Daniels Sets Service At Trinity The morning service at Sunday at Trinity Reformed Church will be conducted by the associate pastor, the Rev. Wil- bur Daniels. Rev. Daniels' ser- mon topic will be "The Spread- ing Gospel." The Trinity's Children choir under the direction of Mrs. J. Westerhoff will render the an- them "Sweetest Carol Ever At the 7 p.m. service Sunday the pastor, the Rev. Gordon L. Van Oostenburg, will conduct the service. His sermon topic will be "Christian Trinity's Men's chorus under the direction of Franklin Van Ry will minister in music at the evening service. Sunday School session will fol- low the morning service. Junior C.E. will meet at p.m. Larry Windenwller will lead on the subject "Why We k The Junior Hi Fellow- ship will meet at 6 p.m. Guest speaker will be Frank Love, a seminary student. The Senior Hi RCYF will also meet at 6 p.m The Post-Hi group will meet at the home of Sally Steketee. The Rev. Arthur Jentz, profes-' sor of Bible at Hope College, a MISSIONARY AND Browneye, (right) missionary to Nigeria, is shown here with one of his helpers, placing a sick child on the plane which Mr. Browneye pilots and uses in his work on the mission field School Children's Lesson Rally to Be Held Sunday Sunday, November 24 The Ministry of Reconciliation II Corinthians By C. P. Dame Children from all Reformed Churches in the Hol- Because Paul felt that he had T, g at message which man-'land Classis will meet in Holland will speak on "The Place of the kind urgently needed therefore' Heights Christian Reformed Intellect in he worked nard in order to Church Sunday at p.m. for There will be no Family Night reach people with his message. a legionary rauy session on Wednesday evening. This lesson tells us how he "m but the congregation wUl have strove dili- .itly to win people W1U Thanksgiving Day services at for the gospel. a.m. on Thursday. Rev. I. It is an art to be persua- will speak about his experiences Maplewood Plans Special Services ing day, worshippers at Maple- wood Reformed Church will re- flect on the thought of prayer at the services Sunday. At the morning worship be- ginning at 10, the pastor, the; Rev. William A. Swets will, preach a sermon entitled "The j Garments of Godliness." The, Senior choir under the direction j of Larry Dykstra will sing "If! God So Clothed the and "Thanks Be to God." j The evening service will cen-1 ter around the study of the familiar and well-loved passage in Romans The sermon is entitled "Why Christians Re- joice." The Young Peoples choir under the direction of Janiece Smoll and accompanied by Mrs. Howard Pippel will sing "Blessed Be The Name" and "I Ought to Do Something For Jesus." The Thanksgiving Day Serv- ice will be held on Thursday at 10 a.m. with the pastor preach- ing on "Practice Thanksgiv- ing." The Senior choir will sing the Netherlands folk song, "We Gather and Christian "The Prayer of Thanksgiving." The Family Night activities on Wednesday evening will be omitted in view of the Thanks- giving Day Service. A ed Weslcyon Methodist Church W. 17th at Pina f- G' itll-y' Speaker, Al Kuhule, Director of Youth Films. School Fellowship Worship _ Wednesday Study ond Proyor Nursery Available ior All Services I. i ASSEMBLY OF GOD APPEARING HERE The Eureka Jubilee Singers will be featured in a special program entitled "Night of Music" sched- uled on Thanksgiving night at 8 p.m. in the Rose Park Baptist Church. Organized by Esther G. Williams of Chicago, this group has been selected because of their exceptional work in the field of Negro music. They have traveled extensively through Canada. England, Ireland, Scotland and the United States, appearing in schools, colleges, universities, clubs, churches Army camps, hospitals etc. They appeared at the local church twice before singing to a packed house each time The program is open to the public j I I School j Worship i Ambassador's Service i Worship j Bible Study I For Transportation to Church Phone EX 4-4121 Rav. David Krist, pastor, Phom EX 4-4147 ___ I j Youth Fellowship groups will meet in the Church parlors. i Karen Koeman is the leader for 1 the Juior High group. At the 7 p.m. service the Senior Choir will sing: "0 Master of the Waking and ''Loud from the Mountain invitation is extend- The Rev. Wilmer R. The pastor's sermon sub- residents of the com- i pastor of Ninth Street Christian 3ect IS Lbal and Ray Brown- munity who are not affiliated I Reformed Church, will begin a There will be no "Family in Nigeria. He with a church in the area to series of sermons as a study of! Night" this Wednesday evening. Plan Sermon Series at Local Church f l hese s e r v c e s Thanksgiving. M a p le w o od the sacrament of Holy Commun- because of the Thanksgiving ion Sunday at the" a.m. holiday. Van Oostenburg's message will sive A good salesman seeks to as the pilot of the airplane used chm-ch is located at Columbia service. At on Thursday morn- be 'Christ and the Thankful i persuade people to buy. His, on the mission field. 1 3 d Thirtv fourth St Transpor-' This will be a series of four ing there will be a Special motive usually is gain for him-; The children's rally, sponsored f 'avanable bv calling i sermons beginning with "Par-1 Thanksgiving service. The an- ''taking Christ." ff Heart" Plan Service In Remodeled Sanctuary self. A knowledge about God by the Women's Missionary! prompted Paul to be b u s y. Union with Mrs. David Boyd as i "Knowing therefore the terror president, is designed for chil- of the Lord, we persuade dren ages 5 to 15. men Another version uses Mrs. Leonard Van Drunen will the word "fear" in place of be the song leader. David Leep the word "terror" and schoi- from Holland Heights Church1 ars say it is a better transla-' will offer the opening prayer, tion. Paul believed in a day of 1 Scripture will be read by Joan lem Church ____o _____ On the second jnual Thanksgiving offering will Sunday of December the congre- then be received. gation will commemorate the Lord's Supper. A nursery is The food staple in Tibet is a provided at the morning ser- flour made from roast barley vice. mixed with butter. Sunday school for Young Adults and Adult Bible Class Sunday Services at the First is at 11 a.m. with Young EX 6-7693 or EX 6-4019. Dr. Brunsting Lists Topics class at fV, heved so firmly in a day of soloist Offertory praver will be narri R Rnmetjng At the morn- At 7 p.m. the pastor will he- meeting m their newly remodel- judgment and in a judging eiyen bv Nancv Van Halsema gin a series of ore-Christmas ed and V _ -1 llcllU IX. JJl i-VL LUG liiuiti- i----; on r u Juaipng, given by Nancy Van Halsema ing service at Rev. Brunst- gin a series of pre-Christ: vu, God. therefore he was busy and Karen Beelen will be in jJj-g message "The Benefits sermons. He will contrast some persuading men. Mark well, he I charge of closing prayer. Both Of Christ's Resurrection" will of the sons born during the Old did not threaten, scold, or de- are from Central Avenue' be based on Lord's Day seven-1 Testament times with the Son --nince people, no he sought to, Church. Ushers will be from teen of the Heidelberg Catech-, of God Dorn of Mary on Christ- persuasive. Noordeloos and Maranatha. Mrs. ism The chancel choir will mas. Tnis wil1 be a series Van Brueeen A marj's motlve Norman Artz and wiu sing "Sing to the Lord of Har- of five sermons concluding with BS ant Paul was prompted by two piay an organ and piano pre- Qnn -nn flan V m, r a sermon on Christmas Day the congregation has been meet- no he sought to, church mg m the Borculo Community center The Rev. theme tor a time' tion. for his morning medita- build up His kingdom lude. Hands Some The offering will supply radio anj Clan Your At the 7 p.m. service Rev. The theme this Sunday Isaac, a Son of Promise." is Thirteen children will receive people thought Paul was at receivers for the Nigerian Field. Brunsting's message is entitled i On Thanksgiving Day at HmpQ tnn pnthiisiastir _r r. a m Thp rnnerfiffation will The Churchof Christ meets at the Woman's Literary Club Building H. D. Overby. minister 10 00 A.M. Bible School A.M. Morning Worship P.M. Evening Worship Phone 396-3485 A CHURCH SPEAKS! times too enthusiastic they said that he was beside him- Paul said that he was will- I 0 jIHO to be counted a fool for the n ,f Christ There are plen-, At Bethel CHUrCh fools walking ''One Came Back to Give to Thanks" is the Rev. John L. are Mr and Mrs Rodney Mills. Ross Alan and Rodney Jon. twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Barendse; Timothy Jon. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anys, Kurtis Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Hoffman: in him, that gripped I Senior choir will sing "Prayer Sue, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. bjm "The Components" of Spiritual a-m The congregation Strength." The choir will sing' gather m accordance with the "Seek Ye the Lord." Tenor so-' presidential proclamation to loist will be Delwin Van Dyke., remember with thanksgiving The Church School Study hour 'God s many blessings to us as with classes for all ages con-'a a commumty and as venes at am. Nursery Senjor choir under j become fools for the sake of Van Ham's sermon topic for Youth Fellowship erouos meet tne direction of Miss Albertha Christ. the a.m. service Sunday f d inciude Junior Hieh 'Bratt and the Junior choir direc" i It was the love of Christ at Bethel Reformed Church. The e ted by Miss Kay Wiersma will him do what he of Thanksgiving. Philip Stegenga. Sally Ann. i daughter of and Mrs. Rich deed proclaimed Christ s render selected songs of thanks. d Thursday at u a.m. J and Mrs. n Dennis Smeenge; for hun-this Rev Van Harn will speak on atJFirst Reformed Church. A love -Life s Closing Moments' at ,g w for of. j received for the benevolent work of the denom- Jones: Jeffrey Lyn. son of Mr. fn in response Paul lived for the evening sevice which begins ferin will nnis Smeene Christ and taught that all who with a hymn sing at p m nevolent IS rirk wH Rhoa and Patrick Edward. Rhonda Faye and Betty Jean children of Mrs. Marcia Pedersen. of Mr inave redeemed should and the choir will sing "God jnaHon Overkamp "no for themselves but So Loved the World." "_____________ 1 Him who for their sake died The pastor's sermon on f n j jiving Day will be "Our Order Forms Returned is a nevv per-, Reason for Gratitude." The Sen- L V HO Lord L-IViny UUIU TODIC At at 7 son. Since he is a new person ior choir will sing "Be Joyful Commissioner Dr. Albert E. evening OL TTwistiss fnrtav for rhp re- T nrd ord' Rev. Van Bruggen will speak on he 1 i v e s according to new the subiect ''The Resurrection I standards for "old things are The following men were elec- and the Life the sixth in the passed away: behold all things ted elders at the congregational series of messages on the "I are become new.'' Getting rid meeting: John Bleeker. Albert' marriage licenses. Am" statements of Christ. of old things which belong to Lucas. Jack Ritsema and Ray-' A special service will be held the old life is a life-long pro- man Sprick Harvey Brower, Thanksgiving Day. Nov. 28, at! cess. The Christian with a new Norman Van Lente and Glenn 9-30 am The message is'en- nature has new aims, hopes, Vereeke were elected to the titled "Direction to Joy." Third Church Sets Services ideas and takes a new attitude' office of deacon i towards people. Who is respon- Isible for this All, Church to Have "Our Living Lord" is the pastor's sermon subject for the a.m. Service Sunday at LANSING Health the Fourth Reformed Church. The Senior Choir will sing: "I Will Sing the Mighty Power of God." and "Praise Ye the Father." Nursery care is pro- vided during this service. At 2 p.m. the Junior C E. will meet with Julie Bibler as lead- er. Kathy Spoolstra will pro- vide the special music. At 6 p.m. the Reformed Church Heustiss called today for the re- moval from laboratories of medical certificates required for Fingerprints are formed four months before birth and the pattern remains the same throughout life. Grace Church (Episcopal) The William C. Warner Rector The Rev. David L. Clark Curate SUNDAY SERVICES A.M. Holy Eucharist A.M. Family Eucharist Light Breakfast, Church School Classes A.M. Morning Prcyer and Sermon A.M. Church open doily Visitors always welcome The flow of people into churches in our community brings to mind the word of Isaiah, the Old Testament prophet, "The mountain of the house of the Lord shall be established as the highest of the mountains and shall be raised above the hills; and all the nations shall flow to A stranger in our city on a Sunday morn- ing might well wonder at the stream of traffic and of pedestrians that appears on our streets. Rather suddenly this stream stops; it has been caught in our various churches. All this would mystify our stranger for he would wonder what purpose was achieved by so many people in so many churches. Should Isaiah chance to meet the stran- ger, he would inform the visitor that these people appear in the house of God that "He may teach us His ways and that we may walk in His paths Strange as it may seem, we need to re- mind ourselves of the main reason why we appear at worship. We need to be taught repeatedly what are the ways of God for our city, our nation and our world. The ancient seer predicted that people would leave the place of worship and "beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks." What can awaken within our lives the impluse to use our natural resources and our abilities for the welfare of all mankind? Our hearing the Word of God as given through Jesus Christ, our Lord. 77 West 11th Street Holland, Michigan things are of God'' says Paul who "hath reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ and hath given us the ministry of reconciliation." God who gives "Faith in God Our salvation also gives a responsi- will be the topic of the morning bility. sermon at the Third Reformed, III. Christian workers are Church. The Chancel choir will sing the anthem, "All People That on Earth Do Dwell." At the evening service the Rev. R. W. Vande Bunte will continue his sermons on "Ques- tions People discussing "What About Revelation Miss Ann Gardner, senior at Hope College, will sing the solo. The Sunday School will meet at and the Youth Fellow- ship groups will attend the eve- ning service. The annual congregational meeting will be held in the Fel- Christ's ambassadors. "So we are ambassadors for Christ" so wrote Paul. An ambassaddor does not speak for himself but for his country. The preacher of the gospel has a message which the Lord gave to him. To substitute a message of his own for the Lord's is a grave sin and not to give the message at all is to remiss in the performance of a solemn duty. This is a great time to preach the gospel of Christ the good news of God who seeks lost people. Rev. Jentz as Guest The Rev. Arthur Jentz of Hope College will be the guest minister at Hope Church at both the and ll a.m. ser- vices on His sermon subject will be "Faithfulness as the Knowledge of God." The Chancel choir will sing at 11 a.m. Brown will and Mrs. Harold be the soloist at with a violin obligate play- ed by Miss Leslie Clark. i The School of Christian Liv- ng will meet Sunday evening at 7 p.m.. the eMn's Prayer Break- fast on Wednesday at a.m., and the Men's Noon Discussion Group on Friday. On Thanks- giving Day there will be a spe- cial service at 10 a.m. lowship Hall Tuesday at The budgets for 1964 will be Plans Special Service The budgets presented for approval and five elders and five deacons will be elected. A Thanksgiving Day service will be held in the church Thurs- day morning at 10 a.m. The sermon is entitled, "The Prob- lems of Gratitude." The Junior Choristers will sing, and the Day's Wage for Christ offering will be received for the support of the benevolent work of the The South Shore Baptist church will hold its regular Sunday Services. At a.m., Sunday School begins, with classes for all ages. At 11 a.m. the Rev. Kenneth A. Stickney will contin- ue his expository messages on I Corinthians, and on Galations at the 7 p.m. service. On Wednesday evening, the annual Thanksgiving service will be held at 7 p.m. with special Reformed Church in America. music, talent and testimonies. First Methodist Church 65 W. 10th Street Rev. HMding Kilgren, Minister Rev. Harold Derks, Minister Divine Worship 11 A.M. "How Little or How Rev. Hilding Kilgren, preaching School and Senior MYF Nursery During 11 o'clock Worship Service Fill The Lord's HOUM TO OUR FRIENDS IN HOLLAND AND ZEELAND COMMUNITY MISSION INDUSTRIAL STORE SPONSORED BY BOABD OF EVANGELISM OF GRAND RAPIDS CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCHES Just Another Plea, Will You Remember This 100% Local Non-Proft, Charitable Organization When You Have Clothing, Furniture, And Other Miscellaneous Items. A Call At The Holland Phone EX 6-8494 24 Hour Answering Service Will Bring Our Truck To Your Door. HfLP US TO HELP THE UNDER PRIVILEGED TO HELP THEMSELVES. SEE "Austria Waltzes Again" IT'S LAND Narrated by CARL H. THOMSEN HOLLAND CIVIC CENTER Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28-8 p.m, Reserved Sears Children 6 ond under FREE General Admission 75c 12 years and under 50c Sponsored by HOLLAND YOUNG LEAGUE The Reformed Churches Invite You BEECHWOOD Worship A.M. P.M. Sunday School A.M. Rev. Elten Van Perm's BETHEL 18th and Van Ave. Worship A.M. P.M. Sunday School A.M. Rev. John L. Van Horn L-ALVAKY 8th and Grandvitw Worship A.M. P.M. FOURTH 15th St. and Wash. Blvd. Worship A.M. P.M, Sunday School A.M. Rev. Stewart Blauw HOPE 77 West 11th St. Worship A.M. t A.M. Rev. William C. (Morning Service Broadcast WHTC A.M.) MAPLEWOOD Sunday School A.M. Myrtle and Floral Ave CENTRAL PARK Worship A.M. I P.M. Sunday School A.M. Rev. Henry Van Raalte CHRIST MEMORIAL 24th St. Groafsehop Rd. Worship A.M.; A.M. i P.M. Sunday School A.M. Rev. Edwin Mulder TRINITY 20th and Central Ave. Worship A.M. P.M. Sunday School A.M. Rev. Gordon L. Van Oostcnbvrg 34th and Columbia Ave. Worship A.M. P.M. Sunday School A.M. Rev. Wm. A. Swats ROSE PARK Rose Park Drive and 142nd Ave. Worship A.M. P.M. Church School A.M. Rev. Charles Vandcr Beck JI A. I II Uth and Lincoln Avt, Warship A.M. P.M. Sundoy School A.M. Rev. Henry A. Mouw TH IKU 12th and Avt. A.M. P.M. Sunday School A.M. Rev. Rusitl W. Vande Bunte, (Morning Service Broadcast WMTC) FIRST State and 26th Streets Worship A.M. ft P.M. Sunday School A.M. Rav. lernarrf R. liunttinf SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!   

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