Protestant Reformed Church
Lord’s Day, 25
be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout
world without end. Amen" (Ephesians 3:21)
Service - 11:00 AM
Administration of the Lord’s Supper
Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane (1)
Agony in Gethsemane
115:1-9; 79:1-7; 116:1-8; 69:14-20
Service - 6:00 PM
Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane (2)
Prayers in Gethsemane
I. The Ernest
121:1-8; 79:8-13; 65:1-5; 118:1-9
cassettes or CDs of the worship services, contact Sean Courtney
Announcements (subject to God’s will):
Susan Adams from South Holland PRC to our worship services. Everyone
is welcome to stay for tea after this evening’s service.
After a week
of self-examination, confessing members in good standing are called to
partake of the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper this morning. Your
participation in the Lord’s Supper is in part a witness that you repent
of your sins, believe that Jesus Christ is your righteousness, and
desire to live a new and godly life. As this heavenly food can be taken
to one’s judgment (I Cor. 11:28-30) and as the common reception of this
food is a confession of doctrinal oneness (Acts 2:42), the elders
supervise the partaking of the sacrament. Visitors from other
denominations must make their request at the council meeting prior to
communion. The consistory has granted permission to Susan Adams to
partake of the Lord’s Supper with us today.
A letter from
Rev. Bruinsma, the PRC missionary in Pittsburgh, is on the back table.
Monday, 5:30 PM at the Murrays, 7:00 PM with the Campbells. Thursday,
7:00 PM at the Hamills.
Class: Tuesday, 7:30 PM at the Hallidays.
Mid-Week Bible Study will be held Wednesday, at 7:45 PM at the
manse. We will study I Thessalonians 2:14ff. on persecution by
Reformed Witness Hour next Lord’s Day, 1 April (8:30-9:00 AM, on
Gospel 846MW) is entitled "The Pleasure of God in Bruising His Son"
offering taken next Lord’s Day morning will be for the building fund.
Week’s Offerings: General Fund - £352.50. Donations: £160 (tapes),
£500 (books), £20 (CR News), £27 (Limerick), £73 (tapes).
We were able
to hold our lecture on homosexuality in Limerick this past Friday. The
meeting went well and passed without further trouble.
Website: Three articles translated by Janet Napier into French were
added as was an Italian translation of another chapter from We and
Our Children. The Romanian Belgic Confession is now on-line for the
in S. Wales, "A Plea for Creeds," Friday, 20 April
on "Homosexuality: What Does the Bible Teach?" Friday, 11 May, 8 PM,
Ballymena Protestant Hall
(3) The CPRC
plans to have a stall at the agricultural shows in Ballymena on Sat. 26
May, and in Antrim on Sat. 28 July
Michael DeVries (Wingham PRC, Ontario, Canada) will be preaching for
us this summer, 22 & 29 July & 5 August, and we will have a reading
service on 12 August, while Rev. Stewart is in the U.S.