Rev. B. Woudenberg, of Edgerton, declined the call from Southwest. 

Rev. G. Lanting, of Holland, declined the call from Lynden. 

Rev. G. Lubbers, our Missionary, declined the call from Loveland. Loveland’s new trio consists of the Revs. Woudenberg and Lanting, and candidate D. Engelsma. Lynden’s new trio consists of Revs. Lubbers, Woudenberg and candidate Engelsma. 

Did you know: that a Sunday School was organized in Hull, and will hold sessions during June, July and August? And, that Edgerton’s congregation is again meeting in their own church after many years of separation? The first service was held June 2 and was a moving experience for the congregation as they entered the building which had been so familiar in the past but which now gendered a feeling of strangeness after almost ten years of absence. The people are indeed thankful to God that after their long wait He has brought their possessions back to them again. The Pastor’s family moved into the parsonage June 26. And that Lynden held their first service in their new church building July 7? Though the building was not completely finished it was used as soon as possible, thereby saving the rental fee of the lodge hall in which they had held services. 

The Reformed Witness Hour welcomes a newcomer to their microphone, Rev. R.C. Harbach, recently installed as pastor of our Kalamazoo Church. The general theme for his sermons for this month is, “Fellowship with the Father” as revealed in the First Epistle of John. The titles: Aug. 4—”The First Epistle of John”; Aug.11—”The Word of Life Incarnate”; Aug. 18—”The Life Manifested”; Aug. 25—”Our Fellowship With the Father.” 

. . . . See you in church.