January 19, 2020
Today we will remember Sanctity of Life Sunday. We join with Christians across the nation to send a clear message that all life is sacred while we observe the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision years ago to legalize abortion.
Pastor Gary Maas will lead our morning worship service. Pastor Jack Grey will lead us in our afternoon worship service.
The Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, and 23 morning services are in the South Church at 10:30 a.m. The afternoon services are at 2:30 p.m. unless noted:
Jan. 19 – Grace Reformed Jan. 26 – South Church
Feb. 2 – South Church Feb. 9 – Corsica CRC
Feb. 16 – Corsica CRC Feb. 23 – South Church
We invite each one to join us after the morning service for fellowship and coffee.
OPPORTUNITIES OF SERVICE:
Greeters: January 19:
Tim and Rhonda Hollander
January 26: Scott and Julie Feenstra
February 02: Andy and Kim Hoogers and family
February 09: Carl and Lisa Hoogers and family
Nursery: This week: AM:
Crystal DL, Tori DB
Next week: AM: Norma DW, Daryan DV
Bulletin/Mail Delivery: January 19 - Seth, January 26 - Marlin, February 02 - Kent, February 09 - Brian
Offering: This week:
Mission Fund (quotas)
Next week: General Fund
Sunday: Sunday School classes meet, 9:45 a.m., South Church
Wednesday: Ladies Afternoon Bible Study, 1:30 a.m., Lesson 9, Hostess: Arlene
Feb. 8 – Dinner and Dakota Jubilee
*Pray for healing for Willie Winnick, brother-in-law of Beth Markus. He is in intensive care with bacterial pneumonia and has undergone several medical procedures and is not doing well yet.
*Pray for healing for Dean Plooster who suffered a stroke. He is in the Avera Hospital in Sioux Falls.
*Please pray for complete healing for Julie Baan Hofman, Sarah De Boer, Pastor Pete and Carol De Jong, Leonard De Vries, Pat De Vries, Ruby De Vries, Mary De Lange, Julie Feenstra, Carl Hoogers, Elsie Jongsma, Beth Markus, Mae Niewenhuis, Norman and Judy Pope, Mary Vanden Hoek, Claire Vander Wal, Sarah Veenstra, Kaylee Weldon, and Brian Wiedner who are dealing with health issues.
*Pray for the elderly and shut-ins: Lavonne De Boer, Doris Markus, Nona Markus, Terry Vanden Hoek and Eltha Wolbrink.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY/ANNIVERSARY NEWS: We wish Happy Birthday Blessings to Jace R who celebrated his birthday Yesterday, Jan. 18, to Del DV who will celebrate his birthday Wed. Jan. 22 , and to Michael M who will celebrate his birthday Friday, Jan. 24. We extend Happy Anniversary Congratulations to Colt and Emily VG who will celebrate their anniversary Saturday, Jan. 25.
THE EVENING WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY will be using Max Lucado's book, "Jesus the God who Knows Your Name," for our Bible study beginning in February. If you are interested, please contact Judy VB or Karla VB.
SOUPER SUNDAY! The Harrison Community Church Guild is collecting canned soup and crackers for the Douglas County Food Pantry. You are welcome to bring in these items and place them in the boxes in back of church. Please join us after the morning service Sunday, February 2, for soup, dessert and fellowship!
THANK YOU: Thanks to all who cleaned in the South Church, it is so great to see work groups come together and get jobs taken care of! Good work ladies!!
CHICKEN POT PIES: DCS Fellowship will once again be making homemade double crust chicken pot pies on Friday, February 14.
Order forms are available. 7" pies for $15, 11" pies for $25. Please, return order forms, with payment, to boxes on tables by Feb. 1.
Don't miss this opportunity to fill your freezer the easy way!!
DINNER & DAKOTA JUBILEE: Dinner with Dakota Jubilee at DCS on Saturday, February 8. Meal at 6:00 p.m. with dinner music provided by pianist Steve Swanson. Concert by the Dakota Jubilee Men's Chorus following the meal. An offering will be taken for painting classrooms. Individual tickets are $20 or reserve a table of 8 for $140. The deadline is approaching! Buy your tickets by Jan 29! Contact one of these ladies today to reserve your spot - Linda DeHaai 680-4620, Rachelle Hubers 680-5417, Tracy Maas 680-4511, Renae Timmermans 680-2106.
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AT-HOME FAITH FORMATION TIP: “Marking faith milestones makes us sensitive to the work of the Holy Spirit in our midst and helps us identify and share our stories of faith. As we celebrate milestones, we become a community of seekers as well as believers, always on the lookout for God’s hand at work, always expecting to join in God’s mission.” —from Celebrating the Milestones of Faith, available from www.FaithAliveResources.org. How might you mark faith milestones in your family or household this year? (Tip from Faith Formation Ministries; www.crcna.org/FaithFormation)
WORLD RENEW RESPONDS TO VOLCANO TAAL in the Philippines: Tens of thousands of people in the Philippines are displaced in the aftermath of Volcano Taal’s eruption on January 12. World Renew is working to deliver emergency shelter and food to the survivors affected by the disaster. The first $50,000 donated towards providing shelter for the survivors will be matched 1:1. Please give today to this urgent need. For more information, please go to www.worldrenew.net
A.M. WORSHIP: 10:30 A.M.
Welcome and Announcements
Call To Worship: Psalm 8
*Hymn: CH #207 “We Have Come to Join in Worship”
*God Greets Us
*We Greet Each Other
Responsive Reading of The Law – As a Rule of Gratitude
Scripture: Exodus 21:12-27
Message: “Get It Right”
Prayer of Application
Hymn: PH #55 vs.1,3-5 “How Blest Is He Whose Trespass” (while offering is received)
*Hymn: CH #429 “They’ll Know We Are Christians”
P. M. WORSHIP: 2:30 P.M.
(Service at Grace Reformed)