Rev. R.C. Harbach, of Lynden, is considering two calls at present, one from Kalamazoo and the other from Loveland.
Southwest’s new trio consist of the Revs. R.C. Harbach, J. Kortering and H. Veldman. The congregational meeting intended to call from this trio was postponed from Jan. 14 to the 21st because of snow-drifted roads.
Hope’s Consistory has named the following trio: Revs. C. Hanko, R.C. Harbach and G. Vanden Berg.
Rev. H. Hoeksema will continue his series of sermons on First Peter on the Reformed Witness Hour February broadcasts. The schedule is as follows: Feb. 3—”The Nearness of the End”; Feb. 10—”The Righteous Hardly Saved”; Feb. 17—”Clothed With Humility”; Feb. 24—”The Admonition to Watch.” Remember that these broadcasts can also be heard over W. J.B.L. Holland, Mich., Sundays at 3 p.m., on both AM and FM.
Hull’s congregation shared in the gift of clothing to the poor in Jamaica by designating their Jan. 6th Communion Thank-Offering to help defray the shipping expenses incurred by First Church.
Rev. G. Lanting, of Holland, was the speaker at the Office Bearers’ Conference held Jan. 8. The topic assigned to him was, “The Deacon’s Place in the Consistory.” . . . see you in church.