Events

Morning Worship Service

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Sunday, Oct 27
8:40 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.

The Sermon: “HOSPITALITY AND YOUR NEIGHBOR”
The Scripture: Luke 16:19-31

The Anthem: “So You Must Do” (8:40)  Marty Haugen
“Break Forth Into Singing” (11:00) Eugene Butler

Rev. Peter Jonker – minister
Rev. Ruth Boven – liturgist
Jonathan Tuuk – guest organist
Jason Reiffer – vocalist (8:40)
Youth Ensemble, Bill VanEe – director (11:00)

Evening Worship Service

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Sunday, Oct 27
6:00 PM

Reformation Day Festival of the Hymns
“How Can I Keep from Singing?”

PARTICIPANTS
Rev. Ruth Boven – minister
Dr. Larry Visser – organist, pianist
Western Brass
Scott Thornburg, Robert White – trumpet
Erich Peterson – french horn; Daniel Mattson – trombone
Robert Whaley – tuba; Dan Karas – timpani
Chancel Choir, Merle Mustert – director
Junior Choir, Marcia Pylman – director
Karen Schipper – pianist
Laura Muresan – flutist

Growing U – Hospitality & Our Growing Campus

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Sunday, Oct 27
10:00am

In the Multipurpose Room.

The congregation strongly supported the purchase of the 100 Sheldon property which expands our campus in the heart of the city. Since that decision committees have been working hard on plans for ministry, construction, and fund-raising. Three Growing U sessions are devoted to learning about how our growing campus provides our congregation with ministry opportunities and challenges. These sessions will provide updates on the progress of the committees and give members an opportunity to participate in developing the vision for ministry on our growing campus.

See our schedule here.

Next Week AM Service

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Sunday, Nov 3
8:40 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.

Rev. Peter Jonker is scheduled to preach.

Next Week PM Service

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Sunday, Nov 3
6:00 p.m.

Rev. Ruth Boven is scheduled to preach.

Remembrance Sunday

 

 

Growing U – Kingdom Hospitality Amidst a Culture of Contempt

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Sunday, Nov 3
10:00am

In the Fellowship Hall.

Rev. Michael Gulker, President of The Colossian Forum, presents the first of a two-part sessions.

How do you show hospitality to folks that make you uncomfortable? What difference does it make to the future of the church? What difference does hospitality make to your own happiness? Have we confused our own privilege and the American dream of self-sufficiency and independence with the Kingdom of God? The two presentations will provide a well-researched conceptual frame situated in current sociological research followed by concretepractices of hospitality that can begin to form our imagination for how Christ’s gospel of reconciliation might once again begood news for the world and our own lives.

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107 LaGrave Ave. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

616-454-7204