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School Activities

The Ladies Aid of Covenant Christian School in Lynden, WA invited the supporters of Covenant Christian to a Western dinner on Friday evening, February 12. The chuck wagon cooks were serving from 6 – 7:30 p.m. Dinner guests were also encouraged to come dressed in Western attire.

The parents and teachers of Hope PR Christian School in Grand Rapids, MI were invited to Hope’s PTA meeting on the evening of February 11. The topic that night was, “Local Opportunities and God’s Most Elegant Book.”

The Fund-raisers of the Loveland Christian School in Loveland, CO hosted their annual Soup Supper on February 18 in the basement of the Loveland, COPRC.

The 7th and 8th grade classes of the Hull, IA PR Christian School hosted a chapel on January 28 at the Hull PRC. Rev. Cory Griess, pastor of the Calvary PRC in Hull, spoke on the topic, “Remember Thy Creator.”

Young People’s Activities

The young people of the Trinity PRC in Hudsonville, MI extended a special invitation to their congregation to join them Sunday morning, February 7, after their morning worship service, to hear Mr. Mark Hoeksema speak on “Principles of Biblical Interpretation.”

The Young People’s Society of the Immanuel PRC in Lacombe, AB, Canada invited their congregation to join them for a day of skating, sledding, and fellowship, starting at noon, February 15, at Les Walker Park.

The Young People’s Society of the Hudsonville, MI PRC was recently given permission to set up pop-can collection stations at two entrances of their church. Hudsonville members were encouraged simply to place their returnable pop cans in the bins provided, and the young people would do the rest. All pop-can funds will be used to help reduce the cost for the young people attending this year’s convention.

The Young People’s Societies of the area churches around Chicago, IL hosted a singspiration on Sunday evening, February 14, at Cornerstone PRC in Dyer, IN. A collection was taken for this year’s PR Young People’s Convention.

The Jr. Young People’s Society of the Faith PRC in Jenison, MI met Sunday, February 7, after their morning worship service to discuss proper dress for Christians. The young people were encouraged to come with Scripture and the confessions to shed light upon their pathway in this matter.

The young people of First PRC in Holland, MI hosted an Elegant Dinner on February 12 at their church. The young people promised to accommodate singles, couples, and groups, and their dinner guests had their choice of beef or chicken. Valet parking, as well as a nursery, was also provided.

The young people of the Peace PRC in Lansing, IL enjoyed a day of skiing at Bittersweet Ski Resort in Otsego, MI on Monday, February 15.

The Young People’s Society of the Hull, IA PRC invited their congregation to join them on February 11 for their annual soup supper. The supper was held at the Hull Community Building. As with most young people’s activities, the money raised went for this summer’s young people’s convention.

The young people of the Randolph, WI PRC asked for the support of their congregation at a Soup and Sandwich lunch on Saturday, February 6 at Randolph PRC. The young people served from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

The Young People’s Society of the Hope PRC in Redlands, CA thanked their congregation for all the donated items and help they received for a mid-January garage sale held Saturday, January 16. That one day event raised around $2,000, which will go towards expenses for the young people attending this year’s convention.

The Young People’s Society of the Pittsburgh Fellowship held a fund-raiser to help pay the way of their members going to this summer’s convention. In January they were busy selling fudge to family and friends. The profits of the sale were not tallied when we wrote this, but the young people were hoping for around $200 to add to their funds.

Congregation Activities

Everyone in the First PRC in Edmonton, AB, Canada was invited to the parsonage for an evening of singing and fellowship on Sunday evening, February 14.

The Byron Center, MI PRC continues with their work in India. February 17 they sent two representatives, Mr. Mike Elzinga and Mr. Lee Oosterbaan, to spend time in Bible study with D. Rajastephen at the Shalom Children’s Orphanage. This will be a time of study and review, observation, encouragement, fellowship, and development.

Minister Activities

Rev. Audred Spriensma declined the call extended to him to serve as the next pastor of the Bethel PRC in Roselle, IL.

Rev. Andrew Lanning declined the call from the Trinity PRC in Hudsonville, MI to serve as their next pastor.

The Byron Center, MI PRC has extended a call to Rev. Audred Spriensma to serve as their next pastor.

The congregation of the Cornerstone PRC in Dyer, IN has extended a call to Rev. Audred Spriensma to serve as their next pastor.

On February 15, the congregation of the Hull, IA PRC extended a call to Rev. William Langerak to become their next pastor.