Sunday's Coming ~ October 22, 2017

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This fall we are engaging the book of Exodus in our worship.  The story of the exodus stands squarely in the Hebrew Scriptures as the great defining demonstration of God’s power, love and faithfulness.  But the journey of the Israelites out of bondage and into the promised land was not just about Moses or even the Hebrew people, but God orchestrated the whole thing to show the world who He is, and that there is no other God like Him.

This week we look at the story of the Exodus, and the question remains, “How is God using the journey that we are on, to not only deliver us and reveal to us who God is, but so that the world may know?”

WORSHIP TIMES - 8:30 / 9:50 / 11:10 a.m.

  • NURSERY is available for children Infant-Age 3 during all services.
  • CHILDREN & WORSHIP (Ages 4-6)
    • Dismissing from the 8:30 and 11:10 a.m. services
    • Children will need to be picked up after the service in the Children's Area
  • CHILDREN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL (Ages 4-5th Grade)
    • 9:50-10:50 a.m.
    • Location: Children's Area
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL SUNDAY SCHOOL (Grades 6-12)
    • 9:50-10:50 a.m.
    • Location: Youth Room 
  • ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES
    • Love to Pray Class   9:50-10:50 a.m.   Adult Rooms 3&4
    • more info on the Love to Pray class, click HERE
    • Next Step Class   11:00-12:10 p.m.   Adult Room 2

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    Sunday's Coming ~ October 15, 2017

    This fall we are engaging the book of Exodus in our worship.  The story of the exodus stands squarely in the Hebrew Scriptures as the great defining demonstration of God’s power, love and faithfulness.  But the journey of the Israelites out of bondage and into the promised land was not just about Moses or even the Hebrew people, but God orchestrated the whole thing to show the world who He is, and that there is no other God like Him.

    This week we look at the story of the Exodus, and the question remains, “How is God using the journey that we are on, to not only deliver us and reveal to us who God is, but so that the world may know?”

    Women's Ministry Pallet Painting Event

    The Women’s Ministry will be hosting a small pallet painting event led by Roberta Pottebaum on Thursday, October 19, at 6:30p.m.

    Due to space restrictions, we can only accommodate 20 people, so please sign up right away if you are interested!  There are many design, price, and size options available.

    Sign up online HERE to RESERVE YOUR SPOT.

    If you know what design and size you'd like when you sign up online, you can add that in the comment section.  Otherwise, you can stop at the Women's Ministry table this Sunday, or in the office during the week this week, to look through an album of designs options.

    Sign up and design finalization deadline is this Sunday, October 15th.

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    Select your design:

    Stop by the Women's Ministry table this Sunday or stop in the office during the week this week to look through an album of designs.
    You can also visit Roberta's Facebook page, "Artful Bliss 4 You (https://www.facebook.com/artfulbliss4you/). There is a photo album titled "Ideas for pallets" that you can look through, or if you would prefer to see them printed out you can stop by the church office this week. Ashley will also be sitting at a table on Sunday with a folder of available ideas. Roberta would like to have our selections by Sunday afternoon, so please make your selection by the time you leave church!

    Select your size:
                         12x12/16x12/16x16/24x17
    Personalized $25  $30  $35  $40
    Generic       $20   $25 $30  $35

    Payment will be due the night of the event.

    If you have any questions please contact Ashley Stanislav at: ashley.stanislav@gmail.com

    College Lunch Volunteers Needed (Oct 29)

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    We are hosting a College Lunch on Sunday, October 29th.

    We are in need of 50 volunteers to provide hot or cold side dishes (to serve at least 10-15 servings each), and 8 volunteers to help clean up (to arrive by 12:45 pm).

    Sign up online HERE.

    Food can be dropped off that Sunday morning by 11:45 am, and you are not required to help serve. Trinity will be providing pork loin, bread, desserts, and drinks.  If you have any questions please contact Julie Andersen at: juliekandersen87@gmail.com

    Thank you for helping us bless our students!

    Sunday's Coming ~ October 8, 2017

    This fall we are engaging in the book of Exodus in our worship.  The story of the exodus stands squarely in the Hebrew Scriptures as the great defining demonstration of God’s power, love and faithfulness.  But the journey of the Israelites out of bondage and into the promised land was not just about Moses or even the Hebrew people, but God orchestrated the whole thing to show the world who He is, and that there is no other God like Him.

    This week we look at the story of the Exodus, and the question remains, “How is God using the journey that we are on, to not only deliver us and reveal to us who God is, but so that the world may know?”

    Margaret Hubers Funeral

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    We extend our sympathies to the family of Margaret Hubers who passed away on Wednesday, October 4, 2017.

    There will be a funeral service on Saturday, October 7, at 10:30am, at Trinity Reformed Church in Orange City. Rev. Dr. Brian Keepers and Rev. Donald Lenderink will officiate. Interment will follow the service at the West Lawn Cemetery in Orange City.

    Visitation will be after 5:00pm on Friday, with the family present from 5:00pm to 7:00pm, at the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City.

    Arrangements are with the Oolman Funeral Home in Orange City.

    FUNERAL HELP NEEDED:
    We are in need of 2 volunteers to help usher, arriving by 10:15 a.m.
    We are in need of 6 volunteers to help serve lunch & cleanup, arriving by 10:30 a.m.

    If you are able to help, please text or call Sara Crane at: 712-441-1757.

    Haiti Christmas Project 2017

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    This year for our Christmas project we are again collecting Christmas presents for Haitian children through the UCI Ministry.

    This is similar to Operation Christmas Child, except we will be filling a two gallon sized plastic bag with gift items for the child, along with $5.00 to help cover shipping.

    We will have sign ups available at church where you can pick up a packet with a photo of a child and more detailed information. If you want to just give a monetary donation to cover the shipping, you can put it in an envelope labeled “Haiti Shipping” and bring it to the office.

    The bags will be collected Sunday, October 29. They can be placed and checked off at the collection area near Kristin’s office.  We will be mailing them on October 30th.

     Contact Kristin Brouwer at: kristinbrouwer15@gmail.com with questions.

    Click HERE for a copy of the instructions included with the sign up packets.

    Summer Mission Trip Opportunities

    This summer we are sending teams to both Uganda and Haiti and you are invited to consider this great opportunity. 

    If you would like to find out more information about these opportunities, please let us know HERE.

    Also, plan to join us at an informational meeting scheduled for Sunday, October 8 at 3:00p.m.

    If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Bob De Boer at: bobbyd.db@gmail.com

    Turkey Trot 2017

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    Orange City Turkey Trot’s purpose is to mark the Thanksgiving Holiday with joyful community through a 5K fun run / walk.

    While we offer a true 5K course and keep runner times, the emphasis is on a fun experience for all ages that will raise awareness and resources for mission.  All 2017 profits benefit Bethany Christian Services and Trinity Youth Ministries.   All are also encouraged to bring a grocery bag of non-perishable and non-expired items for the food pantry.

    Early Registration (before Nov 21)  $25.00
    Race Day Registration  $30.00

    ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN.
    Click HERE to register online.

    Click HERE to download and print the brochure to send in payment and registration.

    Click HERE for the Turkey Trot blog, which always has the latest information and updates.

    You can email:    octurkeytrot@gmail.com   with any questions.

    Sunday's Coming ~ September 24, 2017

    This fall we are engaging in the book of Exodus in our worship.  The story of the exodus stands squarely in the Hebrew Scriptures as the great defining demonstration of God’s power, love and faithfulness.  But the journey of the Israelites out of bondage and into the promised land was not just about Moses or even the Hebrew people, but God orchestrated the whole thing to show the world who He is, and that there is no other God like Him.

    This week we look at the story of the Exodus, and the question remains, “How is God using the journey that we are on, to not only deliver us and reveal to us who God is, but so that the world may know?”

    2017 Steak N' Shoot

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    Mark your calendars!

    On Thursday, October 26 we will be having our 2017 Steak N’ Shoot at the Ireton Gun Club.

    Come for a fun night of fellowship as you shoot and grill your own steak afterwards. You do not need to bring a shot- gun to participate. The first group will shoot around 5:20 p.m. and will continue until 9:30 p.m.

    The cost is $16.00 per person to cover the targets and food. All participants will need to bring a box of 12 gauge shells.

    You can sign-up online HERE.

    Sunday's Coming ~ September 17, 2017

    This fall we are engaging in the book of Exodus in our worship.  The story of the exodus stands squarely in the Hebrew Scriptures as the great defining demonstration of God’s power, love and faithfulness.  But the journey of the Israelites out of bondage and into the promised land was not just about Moses or even the Hebrew people, but God orchestrated the whole thing to show the world who He is, and that there is no other God like Him.

    This week we look at the story of the Exodus, and the question remains, “How is God using the journey that we are on, to not only deliver us and reveal to us who God is, but so that the world may know?”