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Williamsburg Christian Reformed Church
Rev. John Noordhof
9:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. (continued) God Calls Us to Worship
*Call to Worship God Sends Us into His World Pastor: The Lord be with you
Congregation: And also with you *Song: “Jesu, Jesu, Fill Us with Pastor: We lift up our hearts to the Lord. Your Love” (601) Congregation: We lift them up to the *God's Parting Blessing God of our salvation. *Doxology: “Hallelujah, Hallelujah” (117) *Silent Prayer followed by ~~~~~ *"Come, Now is the
Time to Worship" (printed) 7:30 p.m. *God's Greeting God Calls Us to Worship *Song: “Lord, Whose
Love in Humble Service” (603) *Call to Worship
*Silent Prayer followed by We Renew our Relationship with God *”Spirit Divine, Inspire Our Prayer” (421) Call to Confession *God's Greeting Song of Confession: “Just as I Am, *Song: “Unto God Our Saviour” (175) Without One Plea” (263) We Continue to Worship God God's Will for our Lives
Song of Response: “Take My Life In Confessing our Faith
and Let It Be” (288) In Prayer Pastoral Prayer In our Offering Offering: Local & Denominational Ministries Local & Denominational Ministries
High Impact – Mission Trip High Impact – Mission Trip Offertory Prayer Offertory Prayer *Song: "Lord, I Lift Your In Songs by Request
Name on High" (printed) God Speaks to Us through His Word Children’s messagePrayer for Guidance
Text: Daniel 3:18-30
Sermon: The Fourth Man (Krystle DeJong) Prayer of Application (Children Ages 3-5 dismissed)
God Sends Us into His World God Speaks to us through His Word
Song of Response: “Lead On, Prayer for Guidance O King Eternal” (555) Scripture: Luke 10:25-37 God's Parting Blessing Sermon: Be a Neighbour Doxology: “Stand Up, Stand Up Prayer of Application for Jesus” (559)
Come, Now is the Time to Worship
February 15, 2009Chorus: Come, now is the time to worship
Come, now is the time to give your heart.
Come, just as you are to worship,
Come, just as you are before your God.
One day every tongue will confess You are God,
One day every knee will bow.
Still the greatest treasure remains
For those who gladly choose You now. (chorus)
(Words and Music by Brian Doerksen . CCLI 968998
Lord, I Lift Your Name on High
Lord, I lift Your name on high, Lord I love to sing Your praises.
I’m so glad You’re in my life, I’m so glad you came to save us.
You came from heaven to earth to show the way.
From the earth to the cross, my debt to pay.
From the cross to the grave, From the grave to the sky.
Lord, I lift Your name on high.
(Words and Music by Rick Founds, ?1989 Maranatha! Music (ASCAP) CCLI 968998)
Collections for February 8: Sunday School Collections from the Children $ 49
The DeRuiter's 1,207
Church Family: We continue to pray for Peter and Jean VanVeen and their
work with DRS in Florida. Let's also remember the plans for the Youth
Mission Trip, for March break.
Congratulations to Mrs. Aafke VanderVeen, who will celebrate, D.V., her 85th ththtomorrow, Monday, February 16, to Mrs. Nel Don with her 80 on Monday, February rdstth23, and to Jenny Joldersma with her 51 on Thursday, February 26.
To get a hold of the pastor: Home 535-1880, Office 535-1882 Generally, the pastor is
in the office Tuesday - Friday mornings. Email: email@example.com. The
pastor’s cell phone number is 613-808-9992 (this is where he has his voice mail).
Ottawa Christian Counselling Service: Dundas County Divisional office. Please call
the Ottawa office at 729-8454 to contact Elizabeth. All new clients must dial 0 for
February 15, 2009Young People! Don't miss The Big Chill! This is the name we've given to our one day stwinter retreat that will take place on Saturday, February 21 at the farm of John & Cora Beking in Kemptville. The cost of this fun-filled day is only $5.00/person that includes both lunch and supper. Arrival time is 9:30 with the action starting up at 10:00.
Lots of great activities and challenges in the great outdoors. The day will close with a
fellowship and sharing time that will end around 7:00.
Leaders! Please contact the Bekings at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brian Barr at email@example.com with your plans to attend and the how many are coming no
later than Wednesday, Feb. 18th so that the organizers can know how much food to
prepare. Don't miss this great day!
The Ladies Society Be a Blessing will have its next meeting D.V. on Tuesday, Feb.
17, at 1:30 p.m. The first part of the lesson on MARY will be done by Coby Bouwman
and the Free Contribution will be looked after by Grietje Joldersma.
Happy Birthday This Week Next Week
Feb16 Marge Norg Feb 22 Susan TerHorst
Aafke VanderVeen Ashley VanderMeer
17 Pam Westervelt 23 Nel Don
18 Devin Geertsema Brittany VanderMeer
19 Emma Brunsveld Sharon Vreman
Cathy Cousins 24 Stephen Honders
Kimberly Westervelt 25 Billy Tibben
21 Jack Menkhorst 26 Jenny Joldersma
29 Trish DeJong
Dundas County Foodbank- We are in desperate need of personal size juice bottles
as well as small glass jars up to 500 ml in size. Please remember to collect baby food
jars too. Thank you
Donation Receipts: Today you are receiving your receipts for your gifts to the church
and other causes during 2008. Abe Douma prepared them all very carefully. In case
someone did not receive a receipt or if there is a mistake in the amount, please speak
to Abe. We want to thank him for all the work he has put into this task. We are glad you
are doing this for all of us.
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Summer is fast approaching and it's time to start thinking about a summer missions
experience. The CYMT has funds available to support any young person who decides
to sign up for an Encounter mission project. If you are approved for one you can receive up to $900.00 in financial support. First, you must check out the Encounter
choices at www.youthunlimited.org and choose one. Then complete the application process right there online with Youth Unlimited. When you are approved your youth
leader or the classis youth coordinator can provide you with the funding application
guidelines. Funding applications must be in no later than March 31st. Also, funding is
only for Encounter projects, nothing else. If you are interested talk to your youth
leaders, parents, and then go online. Don't wait. Check out the possibilities now!
Redeemer Christian High School: Last chance to book your spot is tomorrow, for the 2009 RCHS Dinner & Auction! The event will be held Saturday, February 21, starting
at 5:00pm, at the school. For dinner reservations, please call Ralph Norg at 613-448-
3218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, Feb. 16! For a list of items to be sold, please visit www.rchs.on.ca.
Missions to Peru invites everyone to an Italian Dinner Fundraiser on Tuesday,
February 24, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. hosted at the Williamsburg Christian Reformed Church.
Tickets are $10, children 6-10 are $5 and children under 6 are free. Come out with
family and friends to enjoy an evening of delicious food and a presentation on what we
will be doing while in Peru. For more information and tickets please call Justin
Brunsveld at 613-984-2898 or email at email@example.com
TCS Spring Membership meeting will be held on April 2
nd, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. in the
TCS gym. More details will follow, closer to the date.
thTimothy Christian School's ever popular Bazaar is on Saturday March 7 10 a.m. -
2:30 p.m. at Matilda Hall, Dixon's Corners. Everyone is invited and encouraged to
come along and bring a friend for some good fellowship, coffee and pie, a full lunch
with Boerenkool and Sausage and lots more on the menu. There will be games for the
kids and a silent auction with many good things to bid on, a bake table, craft table and
We do need your support as well for baked good, crafts, plants, $1 items for the fish
pond, and donations for the silent auction. There is also a food list given to each of
the supporting churches. Please check it out and sign up to donate something to help
us all support Christian Education in our area. Contact Cindy Guthrie 543-3601 for
more information or donations.
Ottawa 67's Game: The cadets are selling tickets to the Ottawa 67's vs. the
Peterborough Petes hockey game on March 13, 2009. The tickets are being sold for
$11.00 each. They have a face value of $9.00 but two dollars from each ticket will go
into a fundraising account. Everyone is welcome to attend. To order tickets, please thtalk to Ken Harbers before February 20. February 15, 2009
VCARS Victim Services Volunteer Crisis Responders Needed!
VCARS Victim Services of Stormont, Dundas, Glengarry and Akwesasne is looking
for volunteers from a variety of backgrounds. If you are 19 years of age or over, reside
in S. D. & G., have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle, have good listening
skills and want to make a difference in your community, VCARS Victim Services would
like to hear from you.
VCARS Victim Services of S.D.G. & A. is a non-profit volunteer based organization
dedicated to assist police and other emergency services to meet the immediate, short-
term needs of victims of crime and tragic circumstances by providing emotional
support, practical assistance and referrals to community based
services/resources. Our service is based on the concept of “Neighbours Helping
Neighbours”. Examples of situations Volunteer Crisis Responders may respond to
include: domestic violence, robbery, assault, elder abuse, break & enter, fire, sexual
assault, suicide, sudden death, etc.
Individuals must undergo a 42 hour training program. The next training program will
be starting in March (evening sessions). If you would like further information on
becoming a Volunteer Crisis Responder, please contact the office at 613-938-8900/1-
866-264-8900 or firstname.lastname@example.org . We will be happy to provide you with an
Prayer Request: One of the greatest needs in Latin America is for trained pastors.
Many church leaders are unable to attend pastor training workshops because of
finances or distance. Please pray that Back to God Ministries International Spanish
language video resources being developed will help equip pastors to disciple people
who are coming to faith in Christ.
Positions Available: Remember to check the bulletin board near the kitchen in the hallway for new job opportunities / volunteer positions.
The Ontario Youth Convention: Get ready for a life-changing weekend of worship, learning, friends, and fun. We have a great line up of speakers, bands, drama, activities
and more - including Tom Tufts, Peder Eide, and the Skit Guys! Mark your calendars
for May 15-18. It's an event you won't want to miss. Visit www.allontario.com to find out
more and to register for your place at the convention this year.
Brief Report of Council Meeting, held on Feb.10, 2009
1. Opening at 7:30 p.m.:Grant Cousins led in Opening Devotions, reading a
meditation dealing with Leadership & Submission. We sang “He Leadeth
Me…” and he led in prayer;
2. Absent were: L. Dietrich, H.Douma, J. Geertsema, R. Johnston;
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3. Minutes of the Jan.13, 2009 meeting were approved;
4. Council has struck a com. to look into our relationship to and support of TCS;
5. Council accepted Brent DeVries as a Professing Member from Barrhaven
6. Council accepted Jason & Jennifer Wagensveld as Professing Members and
their 2 baptized children from Calvary CRC of Ottawa;
7. The clerk reported on the correspondence received over the month of Jan.
8. Our pastor will attend the banquet of the Wbg. BP Scouts, and that group will
worship with us on Sunday, Feb. 22nd;
9. We will obtain further info. Re: 2009-SERVE Project in Ottawa in July.
10. The F.A.C. reported that Bill DeJong, P. VanVeen Sr., and D.Noort have
become members of that com.;
11. The F.A.C. presented a recommendation re: deficit of $ 5100.00 for 2008 and
what to do with it. [see elsewhere in this bulletin what council decided] 12. Harold DeJong reported that the Cadets went skating and the Young People
13. The Mission Trip plans are in full swing but it’s not known yet where they will
14. The pastor presented his report showing all his activities in Jan., 2009;
15. The pastor shared with council some thoughts about the many, busy areas of
his ministry in our congregation, and how he is trying to maintain emotionally,
physically, and spiritually healthy while doing his work which is over 6 days
16. The clerk reported that copies of all the minutes of council up to Dec., 2008 are
now stored in the Archives in Grand Rapids;
17. The clerk reported that Abe Douma has completed the tax receipts;
18. He has arranged pulpit supply for March 15 & 22 when the pastor is away on
the Mission Trip;
19. The pastor and Elder Cousins are our delegates to the Classis Meeting to be
held D.V. in Calvin CRC in Ottawa on March 6&7,2009; 20. Council completed the Classical Cred. Form;
21. The clerk will begin the paperwork for nominations by the congregation
for Elders and Deacons;
22. On March 8 we will join other area churches in an Ecumenical Service in St.
James Anglican Church in Morrisburg. Pastor James Cantelon will give the
sermon and other pastors will be involved in other parts; our 2
nd service on that
Sunday will not be held in our church; 23. Council will begin work on a Common-Law Policy for our congregation; 24. Closing at 9:55 p.m.: we sang “Lord Jesus, I Long to be Perfectly Whole” and
Elder Cousins closed the meeting with prayer.
Bulletin Deadline: Thursday at noon. Please call 774-2435, fax 774-3695 or email February 15, email@example.com. For church hall rental, please contact Sarah Geertsema.
Feb 15 Feb 22 Mar 1
Elders Larry Dietrich Ype VanderVeen John Knier
Harold DeJong Jack VanGilst Will Brunsveld
Deacons Rick Johnston Tim VanGilst Josh Geertsema
Greeters B&R Kooistra R&M Norg B&J Hoftyzer
Coffee K&C Mulder H&L DeJong J&E Tibben
B&T DeJong G&E Reitsma R Norg, L Jennings
(Thielke) H&M Douma
(DeRuiter) A&J Douma A Douma
Ushers Anjo Norg Bea VanGilst John Menkhorst
Harlem Norg Rip VanGilst Stan Tibben
Pete VanVeen Pete VanVeen Tim VanGilst
Collections High Impact Education Assistance FoodGrains
-Mission Trip Fund Bank
(Leader) K&L Harbers P&W Oosterhof J&L Tibben
J&N DeJong P&C VanVeen B&R Kooistra
G&E Reitsma Mrs. J VanGilst B&J Fetterly
a.m. Rm 1 Betty Ann VanVeen Mary Douma Bonnie Brunsveld
Erin DeJong Amber Haayema Danielle Haayema
Brandon Oosterhof Nathan TerHorst Christopher Tibben
Rm 2 Laura Lee DeJong Cathy VanVeen Kelly Buter
Hall Monitor Bible Trivia Loriann Harbers Paul Oosterhof
Woodland Villa: Feb 22: G,J,K Cousins, Mrs W Luimes, J,C VanBeilen, P Venema
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Weekly Calendar Sun., Feb. 15: -Sunday School & Catechism
Mon., Feb. 16:
7:30 p.m. -Cadets
Tues., Feb. 17:
1:30 p.m. -Ladies Society “Be a Blessing” 7:00 p.m. -Friendship Group; Lesson 3; Refreshments: Margo VanGilst
Wed., Feb. 18:
7:30 p.m. -High Impact
-Ladies Evening Bible Study
Thurs., Feb. 19:
10:00 a.m. -Coffee Break –Ladies Bible Study
Sat., Feb. 21:
10:00 a.m. -Young People Winter Retreat in Kemptville
5:00 p.m. -Redeemer Christian HS Dinner & Auction
Feb. 24: -Missions to Peru – Italian Dinner fundraiser Feb. 27 –Mar.1: -Coffeebreak Retreat 2009
Feb. 28: -Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study at the MacIntosh Inn at 7 a.m.
Mar. 7: -Timothy Christian School Bazaar
Apr. 2: -TCS Membership meeting