On Sunday July 21, 2013 Randolph PRC voted to extend a call to Candidate Erik Guichelaar to serve as their next pastor. Cand.Guichelaar has six weeks to consider this initiall call to the ministry.
Plan to attend a presentation given by Missionary-pastor Wilbur Bruinsma on the PR mission work in Pittsburgh at 8:15pm on August the 4th at Faith PRC. Come and hear how this important work is going and the efforts being made by Missionary Bruinsma, Southwest PR Church and the DMC to spread the Gospel in the greater Pittsburgh area.
The Doon (IA) PRC Council has announced a new trio from which they will call a pastor: Revs.H.Bleyenberg (Providence, Hudsonville MI), W.Langerak (Southeast GR,MI), and Candidate E.Guichelaar. A congregational meeting has been set for Sunday, July 28 after the morning service to extend a call.
On Sunday, July 14, 2013 Randolph (WI) PRC's Council announced a new trio from which to call a pastor: Revs.H.Bleyenberg (Providence, MI), W.Bruinsma (Pittsburgh Mission), and Candidate E.Guichelaar. The congregation plans to call next Sunday, July 21.
Family Seminar 2013
The Family Support Ministry is delighted to invite husbands and wives, and everyone to join the annual Family Seminar on Saturday, 27 July from 3:30pm to 5:30pm. The theme of the seminar is "Growing in Faith Together as Husband and Wife". Our dear pastor, Rev. Andy Lanning will be the speaker for this special occasion.
The July 2013 Newsletter of Covenant PRC, our sister church in N.Ireland, has been published! Read about a recent wedding there, plans for the 2013 BRF conference, a presentation on Rev.Titus and the PRC of Myanmar, some new members who recently joined, and the Stewarts' trip to the U.S. About the last mentioned you may read this:
Our trip to the US is drawing very near (16 July–13 August), and I would imagine we will be there before many of you read this. I am to preach in Calvary and Heritage (21 July), Lynden (28 July), Randolph (4 August), and Grandville and Faith (11 August), plus give three PowerPoint presentations on the CPRC from the perspective of its sister church relationship with the PRC and attend the weddings of a niece and a nephew. We are looking forward to being in your midst again.