The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on May 12, 1961 · Page 14
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PAGE SIR THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1961 Christian Science Society 125 WM! llth Skill "Mortals and Immortals" Subject: Sunday Service 11:00 A.M. Sunday School 11:00 A.M. Wednesday Testimonial Meeting 8:00 P.M. ·-- Reading Room -Wednesdays and Saturdays 2 to 4 P.M. Career Night and Election Features C.E. Union Meet * i VENTURA BAPTIST CHURCH North of Holland Qutrtcy between Butternut and Lokeshore Drives 10:00 A.M.--"Prayerlessness" -Sunday School 11:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M.- -Isaiah 38 "Set thine house in order for thou shalt die, and not live." Wednesday--7:00 P.M.--Meetings for Prayer COME --. A WELCOME AWAITS YOU The Alleyan Christian Kmleavor Union held a Career Miylit w i t h the theme "Christ and Your Future." in (he Hamilton Reformed Church on Monday e \ o n i n » The outsjomj; p r e s i d e n t , Yvonne Uouma. presided, (Iroup siiu',uijj was led by Kd Uaak Jroni Fennville and H n t h Lohman irom Hamilton, was the pianist. The youns people's choir from Maplewood provided specia' ITUIMC. Mrs. Byron White and .Mrs. Karle Tollman served as director and of the choir respec- ing are the officers ol t h e union- IVi'sideiit. Don Lam: \ i c e president, (iayle l l a r r i n u t o n : secretary, Bev Berens; treasurer, Huth Dykman: u n i f i e d finance c h a i r m a n . Sally Haakma: outdoor p o s t e r c h a i r m a n : Phyllis .loostbeiens: p u b l i c i t y chairmen. Thelma tiro- k'lthui.s and Marcia Swet.s; devotional c h a i r m a n , Sandra Cady: Christian vocations chairman. Kay Reynolds: recreation chairman, Ron Kronerneyer: state convention rcsistrar. .lean Mast: music chairman, .liuly Vande \Vese: extension. l i v e l y . Devotions were led by .lim i missionary, and evangelism com- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cor. 19th and Pin* Ave. -- Paul Rowgo. Pastor "Preaching the Old Fashioned Gospel" 9:45 A.M.--Church School 11:00 A.M.--"A Virtuous Woman" Mothers will be honored at this service. 2:30 P.M.--South Shore Baptist Sunday School 7:00 P.M.--"Satan Cast Out of Heaven" Affiliated with General Assn. of Regular Baptist Churches Heron*; and Jerry Yonker from Bentlic'ini. Ten \ocatiorts were represented. Leaders ot the conterence.s were Mrs. h a n ueckert. Joan Pyle. P li y l 1 i s .Joostberons. .Mrs. Tom Bos, Henry Kleinheksci. Len Ver Schure. Dr. Henry Ten Pas. Hy.ron White. Rev. Clarence Uenekas and the Kev. Elton Van Perms. Election and installation of of- imttee, Klaine Van Voorst and J i m Beltmaii: layman counselor, Glenn Neu'ii/el: and pastor counselor. Gerrit D y k m a n of the Immamiel Reformed Church of Feninille. A f t e r t h e installation s e r v i c e which was in charge of the Kev. ICd Viemng from Uunningville, refreshments wore served by the host church. The banner for attendance \vas ficers also took place. The t o l i o w - 1 won by the .Alapleuood society. Rev. Steeie to Preach Mother's Day Sermon Mission Rally SetMay 24-25 The annual .Mission Rally for- j merly the Mission of t h e I Christian Reformed Churches will ' , sermon sn ; b e held in the Holland C i v i c Cen-1,, l , Day ^ . ,. , H a n n a h \l n c ter, .May 24 and 25. Many of the churches are preparing booths to be placed in the. Civic Center to portray the d i f - ferent minion fields of the Christian Reformed Church around the world. These booths will be on The mornin? services at Trinity Reformed Church, at y a.m. and 11:15 a.m.. \ \ i i l be conducted by the Kev. Harland Steeie. pastor. H's sermon subject in keeping \\ith \\ill be "Why Did Hannah Want a Babyv" The senior choir w i l l render the anthem { " I n f o l d . Ye Portals" by Gounod ; at the 9 a m. sen ice, and Warren Plag^emars u l i i render a solo at the 11:15 service. The evening service will be con- duc'ed by the Rev. Kenneth Van display from 2 tt 10 p i n . Coffee, - -- -- ....... ...... will be served in the Green R o o m j ^ . v k . associate pastor. His " ser- from 2 till 5 p m . . . _ _ _ | m o n subject w i l l be "The Exalted FIRST Presbyterian Church 659 State Street 9:00 A.M.--''The Renewal of the Church in the Inner City" ' 6 Bev. Donald L. Benedict Gen. Director of Chicago I City Missionary Society I 10:00 A.M.--Church School I 11:15 A.M.--Second Worship Service | 6:30 P.M.--Jr. end Sr. High Fellowship I THE PRESBYTERIAN CHTJBCH WELCOMES YOU fr.0. TM 1861-- CENTENNIAL YEAR --1961 * f ' First Methodist Church StiJrtti 65 yr. 10th SI. Morning Worship Services MOTHER'S DAY 8:30 A.M.--"A Member of Christ" Rev. John O. Hagans 11:00 A.M.--"Who Shall Be Praised?" Rev. J. A. Veldman 9:45 A.M.--Church School 7:00 P.M.--Jr. High MYF Nursery Provided During Worship Services W E L C O M E . Wednesday evening. May 24. will { -'hr:st " in keeping with Ascension be SWIM 'Summer Workshop in ! Da '- Fifteen minutes prior to the Missions' program f e a t u r i n g ' the j evening service a ten minute tape original SWI.Mers from Iowa who ; recording wiJ! be heard. This is served in Salt Lake City. Utah, i a greeting from .Mary Geegh. one ' ' The Holland SWlMers will be introduced and given a .-.endoff. Thursday evening. May 2o. will be "Missions Around the World" with the Rev. Richard De Ridcler who served as missionary to Ceylon as speaker. . ol Trinity's missionaries to India. Grace Episcopal Church 555 Michigan Ave. The Rev. William C. Warner, Rector Larrie Clark, Choirmaster Maxine Clark, Organist SUNDAY, MAY 14th 7:30 A.M.--Holy Eucharist. 9:00 A.M.--Fomily Service, (St. Nicolas Choir/ Sermon by the Rector, Light Breakfast and Classes. 11:15 A.M.--Nursery and Kindergarten 11:15 A.M.--Morning Prayer (Chancel Choir) and Sermon by the Rector. Wednesday, 9:00 A.M.--Holy Eucharist. Visitors Always Welcome Church Open Daily Service on Sunday To Honor Mothers The morning worship service U scheduled at 9.30 a.m. lor the Beechwood Reformed Church. At this service, which centers around Mother's Day, (he .sacrament of Baptism will be administered. The Senior choir of the church will sing the anthem e n t i t l e d "Bow Down Thine Ear, 0 ' Lord" fay. Hayden Morgan. The pastor, the Rev E. Van Perm's, will preach on the subject "A Woman Whose Name Wa-, Hagar." The Sunday School hour will follow at I I a.m. The lesion topic is "Discipline in the Home." At 2:30 p.m. the Junior and i Intermediate Christian Endeavor societies will meet for their last session of the Mimmer. The Men's chorus will reheai^e at 2:30 p.m. The Youth choir of the church will meet to rehearse at :)-3:i p m j The Young Peoples' society will meet at 6 p m. The evening worship begins at j 7. The special mu.-,ic will be pro- i vided by an all Girl's Chorus from j the Wast Ottawa School system under the direction of, Mrs. J.! and Mrs W. Rhod'a. For the evening sermon topic the pastor has chosen "Lot's Wile." Sunday School Lesson .Sunday, May 14 Discipline in (lie Homo Proverbs -5:14; 1 0 : 1 ; 13:L'4: Proverbs 2 0 - 1 1 ; 22:0. 29:17; Kphesians 6:1-4 By C. P. U;uiie The word "discipline" is not very popular today. It should become much more prominent in American life. There are many unhappy homes jii the land and cue of the reasons is that in some oi these there is no discipline. This leson is a timely one. 1. There ought to be many more teaching fathers. Voices are heard today telling us thai too many fathers are nor discharging their duties in the home. The lather has received his office from the hand ol (.;xi which makes him responsible to God. In our lesson a father speaks telling that h i s f a t h e r taught him and said to him, "Let thine heart retain my words: keep my commandments and live." There are a goodly number of modern fathers who were taught by their father $ but who do not teach t h e i r children. One ot the lamest excuses made by parents today is that they have no time but many seem to have time lot many trivial pleasures. How do parents teach? At least in two ways--one by precept, the other by example. There are times when a precept has to be followed by punishment. For a long time all manner of punishment was frowned upon but lately there is a return to the biblical attitude that children need to be corrected. The Bible teaches t h a t our children are born w i t h a sinful nature. We hear much about frustration and insecurity and tensions but l i t t l e about sin. salvation, conversion and discipline. "He that spareth his rod hateth his son; but he that loveth him chasteneth List Chairmen For Campaign Parish chairman for the Holland area tor the seventh annual Diocesan Development Fund campaign vihich w i l l begin Sunday in the \27 parishes a^id 52 missions churches oi the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids h a v e been selected. T . . , _ , , i iu luiau u. ciieaiui^ in scnooi is lie. a e James R. Lamb and i d i s h o n e s t so is dle = a(i h , mak . .Jack I. b^enburg. x. tranc.s de i n g olll the inmme ta ° reports lal^ely. Parents who want then- children to be workers in the church must themselves be workers. Often the ideals of conscien- him betimes." The word hate "means to make some one of secondary importance, and to love one is to make him primary." The parent who Imes his child will discipline film lovingly. There are various ways of administering discipline. What works in one instance may not work in another. Today it is c o m m o n to take away privileges from children. The example of parents is important. The Bible says, "Train up a child in the way he should go" and some one has added "and go that way yourself." Parents who use liquor are inconsistent w h e n they tell their children not lo t o u c u i f - Cheating in school is = Chorus to Sing At Berean Tlu Beeclwood K e f o r m e d Church .Men's (.'horns under the- direction of Warren Plagjjernars will provide (lie speckil music at Hit- lii'iTan Church, 1'Jlh and Maple in Holland, on Sunday evening. At Ibis service, which begins at 7. the .Rev. Clarence K. Kramer will preach on the subject, "The Family Tree of Life and Death." At the morning service in the Berean Church, Rev. Kramer will preach on the subject: "What Really Counts With God." This I service begins at 10:45 o'clock. At the prerent time, Kev. Kramer is conducting a series of Bible lessons at the Wednesday nijllH Bible study and prayer service at Berean entitled "What Is The Grace .Message?" These lessons consist of dispensational Bible saidies, and this week's lesion will be on "The Racial Divisions in the Bible." On Saturday night. May 20. the Ambassador's Youth Fellowship will sponsor a Tulip Time youth ! banquet to be held in the Van I Kaalte Avenue School. Any young j person may attend. The featured i speaker will be the Rev. Robert .Johnson, pastor of the Park Kiiljje Bible Church in Park Ridge, 111. JtMfu»*H»i Wesleyon Methodist Church W. 17Ih at Pin* C. A. Lotheror. Pailo* 10:00 A.M.--Morning Worship 11:15 A.M.--Bible School 6:00 P.M.--Youth Fellowship 7:00 P.M.--The Gospel Hour | Wednesday 7:15 P.M.--Bible Study and Prayer j Recognition Service Set at Local Church Holland: Daniel Conroy. Ble-^ed Sacrament. Allegan: Fred Frit?. Sacred Heart. Watson: Delmer Pit.-ch. St. Sebastian. Byron Center: Wilbert Fleser, Visitation. I t , o u s p a r e n t s become the North Dorr; St. Peter, Vedinak, St. Haven; Louis thony. Clarence Erlewein. Douglas; Richard Patrick's. G r a n d Buroji. Jr., St. An- Dr. S. J. De Vries will h a v e as his sermon topic "Love Stronger Than Mother's" at the ;)::«) a.m. service S u n d a y in Fourteenth Si reel C h r i s t ian Reformed Church. The .Junior choir under the direction of Mrs. A. Alderink will sing "The Lord Js M i n d f u l of His Own." Special recognition will be given to Miss Karen Koops who is 'lanning to work in Harlem. New York City, and Calvin Vancler Meyclen who is going to Colorado Springs, Colo., at the evening .service. They have been selected to take part in the Summer Workshop in Missions project this summer. l)r. De Yries' sermon will be ·'The Missing Half of Acts 2:39." The Senior choir directed by W. Brouwer w i l l sing the anthem "Are Ye Able, Said the Master." IMMANUEL CHURCH (Baptist. Missionary. Premlllenial) 22nd St. Pine Ave. Pastor W. Herbert Scott Sunday Services--10:45 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Guest Speaker -- Rev. Paul Haik From the teaching jstaff of the Moody Bible Institute Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Youth Services 6:00 P.M. Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Bible Study for all the family. "Pleaching the whole Bible for the whole world." Shore your high esteem for church-going mothers by worshipping with vi and iTn^ them on ... M O T H E R ' S D A Y 9:45 A.M.--Sunday School 11:00 A.M.--Rev. Jack Carrier Grand Haven 7:00 P.M.--Rev. J. Bugg Grand Rapids _, For Transportation to Church Phone EX 4-4T21 Announcing... SECOND COMING SERIES (For Each Sunday Night) "Operation--Air Lift To Glory" "Signs Of The Times The End Of The Age" "Will Christians Go Through The Tribulation?" "The Great Tribulation" "The Marriage Supper of the Lamb" "The Anti-Christ" "The Man On The White Horse" "The Battle of Armageddon" "The 1000 Year Reign Of Christ On Earth" "The Great White Throne" Rev. Mulder Announces Sunday Sermon Topics The s e r m o n, "Our Ascended I.oid" will be deihered at the H and n:!5 a.m. .services Sunday in Christ Memorial Reformed Church by the Kev. Kdwm Mulder. Special music will be by Barbara Vdr .\leer at the 9" a.m. service and the .Men's chorus at the second meeting. K e \ . .Mulder has chosen "Our Exalted King" as the topic for the 7 p.m. service and suloi^t will be Mrs. Clans Bushouse. . Sunday School is ai 10:35 a.m. i A special meeting of t h e consis- j tory and development c o m m i t t e e ; j is scheduled for Monday at 8 p m. j A prayer and share meeting w i l l ; be held Wednesday at 7. : Robinson: Chester Baia, St. Stanislaus, Milliards: Joseph Vogi. St. Mary. .New Salem and Paul J. Murray. St. Margaret, Otsego. Representatives of these areas tnveled to Grand Rapids Tuesday evening to the a n n u a l DDF dinner in the Civic auditorium to hear the Most Rev. Allen .1. Babcock, Bishop of Grand Rapids, give a report on the use of last year's DDF funds and to explain the con- t i n u i n g needs of the Diocese. A portion of this year's funds will be used to complete cons t r u c t i o n ot St. John's Home in Grand Rapids to replace the 71 ;.ear old orphanage w h i c h was raxed this past year. Pastors have asked their church members to remain at home Sunday afternoon until a DDF worker has called so that the dnve may oe completed within one day. ] their children. Parents who desire | t h e i r children lo be generous, kind. I consecrated, must show these vir- I lues in their own lives. II. Teaching in the home yields dividend-;. "A wise son maketh a glad father; but a foolish son is the heaviness of liis mother," so ! says the Bible. I'sually a wise son lias enjoyed the teaching of a wise father. The foolish son who has a closed mind otten is a neglected son or is the son of an indulging parent. Some modern parents un- .sons and daughters tor the many who stick to the right \ \ a y are often overlooked. In some instances parents were inconsistent--piety was not followed by uerfonnance. ft is not unusual for those who stray to r e t u r n to the good way. Sometimes parents, especially fathers lorget the words. , "And ye fathers, provoke not your- children to wrath: btit bring them up in the n u r t u r e and admonition of the Lord" and sometimes the church failed by showing no love or grace or kindness. What great happiness there can be in a home where all love and obey the Lord. hie by making too easy for A bird's wing contains most of the bones found in the human arm. them. Fathers have told me that they j did not want their children to ; struggle as they had to and there- 1 fore they gave them much. Some- 1 times in doing this they stunted i the personalities ot their children. Have you noted what kind of SOILS and daughters a t t a i n places of authority and influence in life? , They are not the coddled children i of shortsighted parents. What about the words, "when he is old, he will not depart from it?'' The few t h a t do are noticed, "Is It Necessary To Be Baptized To Be Saved?" Fri., May 12--7:30 p.m. What Is The Purpose of Baptism? What Is Necessary Btfoie Baptism Can Be Perormed? See A Bible Baptism. Hour of Prophecy Auditorium Seventh Day Adventist Church 73th Near Central Lectures Free You ore invited to come SACK Pre-Festivol Christian Musicals For The Whole Family TUESDAY, MAY 16th 8:00 P.M. HOLLAND CIVIC CENTER Featuring TEMPLE TIME MIXED QUARTET CALVIN COLLEGE BRASS QUINTET RADIO BIBLE CLASS "MEN OF SONG" No Admission . . . . Free Will Offew'ng Hollaiid-Zceland Ministerial AssocioHon Presenting The Thursday, May 18 _ 8:00 P.M. COOPERSVILLE SENIOR HIGH GYM Sponsored by Christian Business Men's Group -ckc^s Available of: Coopersville, Addersons Drug; Allendole, Piersma's Drug; Zeelond. Boos Radio TV Service; Holland, Gary's , Sunoco Service; Grand Haven, Presley's Drug; Byron Center, Moore's R-exol! Drug and ot the door. Churches BEECHWOOD THE CHRiSTSAN REFORMED CHURCHES OF CLASSIS HOLLAND 269 Douglaj Ave. (Ottawa Beach Rd.) Worship -- 9:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11:00 A.M. Rev. Elten Van Pernij BETHEL 78th end Van Raolte Ave. Worship -- 9:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11:00 A.M. Rev. John L. Von Horn CALVARY FOURTH 15th St. and Wash. Blvd. Worship -- 9:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday Schopl -- 11:05 A.M. Rev. John Nicuwsma MUrt 77 St Worship -- 9.-30 11:00 A.M. Sunday School -- 9:30 A.M. Speaker -- Rev. Wm. C. Hillcgands (11:00 A.M. Service Broadcast WHTC) 8th and Grandview Rose Park Baptist Church SERVICES Sunday School 930 Morning Service 10:3C Youth Meetings 6:00 Evening Service 7:00 Wed. Prayer Hour 7:30 GARLAND COFIELD, Pasror 600 Butternut Dr. -- Two Mi. north of the Tower Clock "Hymns Heart Talks" 6:45 A.M. Mon. thru Fri. WHTC INVITE YOU TO ATTEND OUR WORSHIP SERVICES WITH US --- IF YOU CANNOT BE PRESENT, TUNE YOUR DIAL TO WHTC - 1450 EACH SUNDAY EVENING AT 7 P.M. HEAR REV. EDWARD J. MASSELINK, Ph. D. PASTOR OF THE CENTRAL AVENUE CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH This Church was organized immediately alter the Civil War. in 1865, and was the first Christian Reformed Church in the city ol Holland. The earliest meetings were held in what is now the home of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Riemersma at 339 River Avenue. The following year a frame church was constructed across from w h a t was then the Produce Market, and is now Centennial Park. For almost a century this church has stood on this corner, and has witnessed to the saving gospel of Jesus Christ. The present building was constructed in 1952. T h e bell, which is par! of the old building, rings out the invitation to worship each Lord's Day morning and evening. Central Avenue Church, and all the Christian Reformed Churches of Holland, extend a hearty welcome to visitors and passers-by to loin in sabbath worship. Worship -- 10:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11 :20 A.M. Rev. Leonard Weesiiei CENTRAL PARK » 0 ^v« d MAPLEWOOD 34th and Columbia Ave. Worship -- 10:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- Ti:30 A.M. Rev. Wm. A. Swots Worship -- 10:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11:30 A.M. Rev. Henry Von Raalte CHRIST MEMORIAL 24th St. Groafichap Rd. Worship -- 9:00 A.M.; 11:15 A.M.; 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 10:15 A.M. Rev. Edwin Mulder FRFNF7FR (2 milcs I_L;I_I N i _ z _ i _ r x on 32nd R. R. No. 5 Worship -_ 10.00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11:15 A.M. Rev. Henry Jogcr ROSE PARK Rose Park Drive and 142nd Ave. Worship -- 9:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11:00 A.M. Rev. Charles Vander Beck SIXTH 12th and Lincoln Ave. Worship 9:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11:00 A.M. Rev. Henry A. Mouw (Morning Service Broadcast WHTC) THIRD FIRST 9th St. and Centra) Ave. 1 2th and Pine Ave. Worship -- 10:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11:30 A.M. Rev. Russcl W. Vandc Bunte, Minister Rev. Jerry A. Veldrnan, Associate Minister Worihip -- 10:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 11:30 A.M. TRINITY 20lh ond Ccntrd Worship -- 9:00 A.M.; 11:15 A.M.; 7:00 P.M. Sunday School -- 10:15 A.M. Rev. Harland Stcclo, Minister Rev. Kenneth Von Wyk, Associate* Pastor

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