All Children’s Ministry volunteers, please check your mail-box for important forms that need to be completed/
updated. We are working hard to make sure our kids and
We need your help to keep our facility safe on g@P
Parents, would you be willing to come to church 15 minutes
Wednesdays, 5:30-7:30 PM. If you are willing to make the
early and help Julie Leeson at the check-in table? If you can
rounds for a couple of hours once a month, we’d love to
check oﬀ a name and put on a wristband, then you are qual-
have you join our Hall Monitor team. Please call Braden
iﬁed! A sign-up sheet is at the Children’s Ministry Board.
OpportuniƟes to Serve (for 6th—12th Grade Students):
Next week, November 10, is Mission Sunday. In your mail-box today is a booklet highlighƟng the missionaries
Providence supports. Next week you will ﬁnd Faith Promise
Saturday, November 16 & December 14; 9:30 AM—
cards in your mailbox. The following week, November 17,
we will be collecƟng these cards in our general oﬀering.
QuesƟons? Call Ken or Marlene Decker (772.2184).
Rehoboth ChrisƟan School newsleƩers are available at the
Missions board in the Lobby. Read more about RCS at
Sign-up sheets for these projects are on the Student Minis-
tries bulletin board in the Lobby. If you’re a parent and
would like to participate, please include your name on the sign-up sheet as well.
Church Oﬃce RenovaƟon Open House Your invited to take
Sunday Morning Discipleship meets today, 10:10-10:50 AM,
a self-guided tour of our newly renovated oﬃce space
Cake will be served next week Sunday between the ser-
Wednesday g@P We’re meeƟng in the LoŌ from 6:30-
vices to celebrate our building loan balance dropping to
7:30pm. Come out and bring your friends, they are ALWAYS
Providence. Get caught up locally and help Providence stu-
SNL meets TONIGHT, 6-7:30 PM in the LoŌ. Supper will be
dents travel internaƟonally! The paper is available in the
provided—bring your appeƟte and your Bible as we begin
Lobby near the north entrance. DonaƟons may be dropped
our study of the book of James; check out James 1:1-8. Any-
oﬀ at the InformaƟon Center. Thanks for your support!
Breakfast Club will meet on Thursday, November7 at 7 AM
at Jackie’s Place. All high school students are welcome to join us.
A prayer summit hosted by the CRC and RCA is planned for November 8—9 at Corinth Reformed Church (Byron
PARENTS of high school students interested in going to
Center). The event features a range of speakers, panels and
Guatemala next summer, there will be an informaƟon
Ɵmes for prayer and worship. Topics include praying with
meeƟng next week Sunday, November 10, between the
community, healing prayer, personal prayer, praying in
small groups, and prayers of forgiveness and blessing. This
summit is for people who have a passion for prayer or simply want to know more about how to pray or be an
eﬀecƟve prayer. You will not want to miss this! For more
Reminder: Every Man’s Night Out is tomorrow night,
informaƟon, contact Elaine HuƩ (772.5120).
November 4, 6:30—8 PM, in the AcƟvity Center. QuesƟons?
CongratulaƟons to 1st Place Chili winner, Kendall Statema, and to 2nd Place winner, MaƩ Nyhof. And congratulaƟons to 1st
Place Dessert winner, Estella Nyhof, and to 2nd Place winner,
g@P Wednesday, November 6, will include a homemade meal
(5:30-6:30), door prizes, high-energy worship with “Just a
Thought” (6:15-6:30), and acƟviƟes for all ages unƟl 7:30 PM.
Nursery is available for infants–3 years (6:10-7:30). Plan to join
Young Moms, led by Susan DeVries, meets on g@P
Wednesdays, 6:30–7:30 PM, in Conference Room B. This is a
new group for moms of young children with the intent of oﬀer-
ing encouragement, support, and a Biblical perspecƟve on par-
The Alpha course, led by Rus Blondin, is a pracƟcal introducƟon
to the ChrisƟan faith. Join us on g@P Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30
PM, in Conference Room A, as we explore the meaning of life.
“Experiencing God”, a men’s book circle led by GareƩ Shook,
meets on g@P Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 PM in Room 155.
Business Owners meet on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the
month, 6:30–7:30 PM, in the Library. Our next meeƟng is
Thank you, Providence! We met our fundraising goal of $2,500
through last Sunday's oﬀering. One hundred people will be
added to the “Be the Match” registry in honor of Brant Bunnell.
Now on to our next challenge - geƫng people to come to our
bone marrow donor registry drive on Saturday, November 16!
Check your mailbox for details. Extra copies of the ﬂier are at
Volunteer Now for the Great Thanksgiving Banquet We need help on Wednesday, November 27 at 6 PM at the Hope College
DeVos Fieldhouse. PosiƟons available: turkey cookers (11/25-26), bring a dessert, dessert cuƫng and decoraƟng (AM), ush-
er, table host, care box distribuƟon, clean-up. Please supply
names, phone and email address to Martha at Holland Rescue
Mission (616-928-3407 or email@example.com).
Part Ɵme Food Service PosiƟon Mon-Fri, 10:30am-1:00pm at
Pine Ridge School. Must be ﬂexible, friendly, and love to serve
others. Works alone in a supporƟve environment. Some com-puter experience required. For more informaƟon,
Be The Match Oﬀering Received $ 2,520.80
contact Nancy at nmccarthy@hollandchrisƟan.org.
Providence Church 821 Ottawa Avenue Holland MI 49423
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