Kinderhook Reformed Church

Route 9 & Church Street, Kinderhook, NY

Worship Service for June 30, 2013, Rev. Rudy Visser, Pastor

“To Know Christ and to Make Him Known”

   A WARM WELCOME TO VISITORS

We would like to get to know you better, and invite you to sign our Guest Book in the entranceway and fill out a pew card and place it in the offering plate. All are cordially invited to enjoy the VBS picnic on the back and side lawns of the church following Worship today.

Ushers:  Jim Dunham, Fred Hickman, Gary Leggett

Greeter(s):  Donna Flansburg

Preschool Nursery facility is available downstairs.

VBS SUNDAY

CELEBRATION OF WORSHIP

  Prelude       

  God's Greeting

  Call to Worship  (Responsive) - (based on Psalm105)

     O give thanks to the Lord, call on God’s name;
            make known God’s deeds among the peoples.
     Sing praises to God; tell of all God’s wonderful works.
            Glory in God’s holy name;

             let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice!
     Let us remember the wonderful works of God.
            Rejoice, people of God! Praise the Lord!

*Hymn of Praise #20                                                             Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee 

  VBS Praise and Worship

  SonWest Roundup                                                     He Will Provide - Hebrews 13:8

  Prayer for Illumination                                                   

  Scripture Lesson                                                             Matthew 14:22-33 (p. 692)

  Message                                                                                                         “He Will Provide”

  Prayer of Blessing

  VBS Video Testimonies

  VBS Praise and Worship                                    Stronger Than Anything - John 16:33

  Presentation of our Tithes and Offerings/Offertory

*Doxology, #809

Praise God from whom all blessings flow; praise him all creatures here below;

      praise him above, ye heavenly host: praise Father, Son, & Holy Ghost.  Amen.      

  Offertory Prayer

  Pastoral Prayer and The Lord's Prayer

*Hymn of Response #609                                    Leaning on the Everlasting Arms

*Benediction and Blessing

* Response Hymn                                            My Friends, May You Grow in Grace

My friends, may you grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior.

My friends, may you grow in grace, and in the knowledge of Jesus Christ.

To God be the glory, now and forever, now and forever, amen. (2x)

  Postlude

Next Sunday is Communion Sunday, which has been designated for the presentation of gifts, over and above regular giving, to the Benevolent Fund.Please support this important ministry which provides assistance to needy church family & community membe

Coins for Compassion Boxes

may be placed in the offering plate on any Sunday. *

 ~UPCOMING EVENTS~

Today, June 30 - VBS Youth Sunday with picnic on the side and back lawn of the church following Worship.

Next Sunday July 7 - The 8:30 am and 10 am Worship services will combine and meet at 9 am through July and August.

 STONE HOUSE DAYS

Please look over the brochures on the back table inviting us to the 63rd  Annual Stone House Day Saturday, July 13, sponsored by the Hurley Reformed Church in Hurley, NY.  This is an opportunity to enjoy guided tours of several of America’s oldest private homes, militia reenactments, homemade food, craft demonstration, and much more

 

SEA TO SEA - BIKE RIDE TO END  POVERTY

Rev. Joanna Tipple, former pastor at the Livingston Memorial Church in Linlithgo, is participating in a 3900 mile, 9-week bicycle ride which began June 21 in Los Angeles, and will end in New York City. Hosted by the Reformed Church in America, Partners Worldwide, and the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee/World Renew - an agency of the Christian Reformed Church in North America - the ride endeavors  to raise awareness of poverty and respond to the need.  Joanna will commit to raising $5,000, and is appealing to friends and relatives for pledges and prayers.  You can donate to help her reach her personal goal at http://www.seatosea.kintera.org  Additional information about Sea-to-Sea may be found on the back table.

 ~MINI-MARKET AND CHICKEN BARBECUE~
 

Cleaning out your attic or storage unit? Had a garage sale and now have items not sold? Should have had a sale but did not? The Reformed Dutch Church of Schodack at Muitzeskill will be holding its Annual Mini-Market and Chicken Barbecue on Saturday, August 10. If you would like to donate items for the Mini-Market, call 732-7500 or 732-7976 to arrange for the drop off of items.

~KRC CHURCH DIRECTORY~

Thank you to all who got their pictures taken with Lifetouch.  We would love to have EVERYONE in the directory.  For those who did not get their picture taken, you can submit a photo to be included in the new directory.  Please put your picture in an envelope and mark it "Directory Photo" and put in the office for Liz.  We do need your picture as soon as possible.  Thank You!

Leré Visagie (2nd), David Mooney (10th), Jean Hacker, (9th),

Dawn Tuttle (10th), Lois Bertram (13th), Seth Mooney (15th),

Brooke Barmen (21st), Bill Schneider (26th), Florence Rivera (27th),

Bev Van Alstyne (27th)

 
 KRC’s share of support is $5,788 this year for services and resources to be provided for us by the Reformed Church in America at the local, regional, and national levels. EACH MEMBER’S SHARE OF THIS YEAR’S CLASSIS ASSESSMENT HAS BEEN SET AT $85.12 (up $3.40 from last year).  All who are able to do so are encouraged to offer, over and above regular giving, their share of this support.  The full share does not have to be given at one time, but may be given in as many increments as are convenient. For those who are able, a donation of $3.27 per week for the remaining 26 weeks of this year would meet an individual member’s share. All contributions made for this purpose should be clearly designated, “Classis Assessment.”

MANY THANKS AND BLESSINGS TO THE KRC FAMILY FOR THEIR GENEROSITY IN SUPPORT OF THE VALATIE FOOD PANTRY.  85 families were served in the month of April, including 45 handicapped senior citizens, 144 adults, and 122 children.  Foods that are always popular and needed are evaporated milk; coffee; sugar; boxed cereals; pancake mix; syrup; jelly; canned meats, fruits, and vegetables; spaghetti sauce; pasta; mac & cheese; dinner helpers; apple sauce; juice; cake & brownie mixes. Donations may be placed in the collection containers available in the front and side entryways of the church.

 Many KRC family and friends have, in the past, provided cut flowers for the pulpit in celebration of an anniversary or birthday, in honor of a special day or event, and in loving memory of family and friends who have passed away.  During the summer months, those of you who are gardeners are invited to arrange and display your own garden flowers on a Sunday of your choice.  If you are interested in providing flowers for a particular Sunday, please contact Dawn, 758-7564.

The KRC Cemetery Committee is pleased to announce the opening of Kinderhook Cemetery’s COLUMBARIUM, a portion of the cemetery specifically designed for cremation burials.  If you would like more information, please speak to Greg Clause, cemetery supervisor, or Jim Dunham, Cemetery Committee chairperson.

"THE OLDE DUTCH AND SUCH" CRAFTS GROUP MEETS ON FRIDAYS AT 9:30 A.M. in the main floor classroom opposite the church office. We are creating new plans and new items for the 2013 KRC Bazaar, and we are very much in need of new members and new ideas.  Last year’s preparation workshops were full of fun, laughter, and good fellowship, and the bazaar was a huge success.  We warmly welcome you to join us in our efforts to make this year’s even better!

We are in need of empty 28 oz plastic coffee containers, the type usually used by Folger's or Maxwell House to package their coffee.  Kindly bring any containers you may have to the church office, and they will be picked up from there.  Many thanks.

REMEMBER TO PRAY FOR

KRC’s 2013 Consistory members; KRC’s administrative ministries, their chairpersons, and supporting members.
those who do not know Christ, or who are struggling in their faith; Angel Tree campers, Melquan, Myaijah, and Maniyah, that they will come to know Jesus Christ during their experience at Camp Pinnacle and that it will make a lasting difference in their young lives. 
KRC programs & projects and those administering them: adult and children’s Sunday School; KRC’s youth; small group ministries; adult Bible studies; Community Prayer Group; outreach programs
our state and national leaders, that God will grant them the leadership skills, wisdom, and the personal protection needed to govern effectively and safely.
The country of South Africa as it faces the failing health of Nelson Mandela.
our missionaries: Dave and Char Alexander; Perry Jones and Capital City Rescue Mission, Alex and Fran Knauss, Maureen Menard, Dick and Carolyn Otterness, Brian and Bea Post, Seth and Melissa Rogati, Betty Ann Stedwell. 
our children sponsored through Compassion or other agencies..
our military men & women, that they may know God’s presence and protection.
families and friends of our military troops and victims of warfare, terrorism,  misunderstanding, and  violence worldwide,  that they may be blessed with God’s peace and the reassuring knowledge that he is in control.
those suffering loss of loved ones and homes in recent natural disasters.
those, especially children, suffering the abuses of violence; exploitation; neglect; family hostility. 
families and friends grieving the loss of loved ones, especially the Hanson Family grieving the loss of husband and father of 3; Tonya Frickey and her three children grieving the recent death of husband and father, Rev. Mark Frickey; 
those battling or recovering from cancer, especially Mary Ann; Tom Kennedy; Jane Deane’s sister-in-law; Charlie Roppolo; Barbette Leclair; Paul Varga’s friend; John Warren; Patti and Diane; Uncle Tony; Jack; Guinda (LaHaie) Derrico; Jill Shpur; Rosanne; Connie; Helen Drumm; Sal Alessi; Tom Saulpaugh; Donna Scalera.
those awaiting test results or surgery; recovering from surgery, injury, or illness; chronically ill; or in hospice care: Joan Clause; Haley Hickman’s grandfather; Kevin; Debbie; Sue; Jean; Rose; Paul Varga; Barb; Blanche Rogers; Florence Rivera; Edward; Faith, cousin of Claudia March; Cricket Warren’s father; Carly Rippel; Carol, cousin of Diane Morgan; Eleanor Whitbeck; Tina Holley; Marthie; Maureen Mooney; Nancy Swinyard; Laurie (Dunham) Maul; Jan; Faity Tuttle; Sara Schubert; Bea Post; Ruth Edge; Susan Patterson.  
those facing challenges, conflicts, difficult decisions: Craig; the Richard Family; the Crawford Family; Jonathan, dealing with difficult personal issues; Lisa, Kyle, and Kyle's mother, Cindy, following the loss of Cindy's home in a fire; Kristen Clause and son, Greg; Olivia, that God will give her peace and guidance; Paul, that God will give him wisdom, determination, and peace in making and carrying out difficult decisions; the Royce Family; the Schuberts attempting to sell John’s mother’s home in Troy; Libby Little.
those caring for the elderly, displaced, disabled, or ill, especially Diane Morgan.
residence-bound members, Murray Leonardson, Mike Rivera, Gordie Van Buren.

Regular updates are needed on the progress or condition of all individuals on our prayer and praise lists.  Please forward this information, as well as new praise and prayer requests, to krc@fairpoint.net or call Paul at 859-4158.  If you are not on our email prayer list, and would like to receive prayer and praise requests through email, contact Paul to have your address added. If you do not have email, contact Jane Smith, 758-6442, to be put on the phone prayer chain.

REMEMBER TO THANK & PRAISE GOD FOR

Pastor Rudy Visser, a Spirit-filled minister and leader of vision.
all who serve KRC Ministries by meeting regularly, setting goals, preparing recommendations, and working together to complete projects and responsibilities.
Joan Clause's very successful hip-replacement surgery.  Joan is home and walking with a walker, is not in significant pain, has started physical therapy, and is in good spirits.  We thank you and God bless you for all of your prayers. Please continue to pray for Joan’s speedy and complete recovery without complications.
the good news that there were 7 decisions for Christ at the recent Stonecroft Ministries dinner in Coxsackie.
the good report that Kay Haber has recovered well and is feeling great. 
Baby Mya, who came home 8 days ahead of schedule after being born at 28 weeks and weighing less than 3 pounds. She now is at 7 pounds.
Cricket Warren's father's successful back surgery.
the good news that Karen, friend of Patrice Lyons, is doing well following kidney surgery; and Patrice's mother-in-law also doing well following shoulder surgery.
His blessings of family, friends, and all the provisions for our basic life needs.
the wonderful ways God shows his love to us, especially during difficult times.
those men and women who have served or are now serving our country, & those who have sacrificed their well-being and lives for the peace & liberties we enjoy.

OFFICE, EMAIL, WEBSITE,  AND FAX INFORMATION

Email Address – krc@fairpoint.net

Website Address – kinderhookreformedchurch.com

Rev. Rudy is available at his church office

 Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday and Friday mornings.

If you wish to meet with Pastor during these times,

please call ahead for an appointment.

Evenings are set aside for meetings, pastoral visitations, and counseling.

For assistance on Mondays, please call 859-4158

Church Phone  758-6401                Church Fax   758-6402

Phone messages are picked up several times daily.

If you need immediate assistance anytime, call 859-4158.

 

 

 KRC 2013-2014 CONSISTORY

  Pastor Rev. Rudy Visser, President of Consistory

 

Jane Deane – ’14,  Christian Education     758-7051

Noreen Dick – ’13,  Church Family       758-6640

Derick Latorre – ’14,  Stewardship / KRC Treasurer     610-8090

Patrice Lyons – ’13,  Outreach    758-8400

 

                                                   Elders
Dawn Tuttle – ’13,  Worship       758-6031
Maureen Mooney – ’14,  Outreach / Clerk   210-6079

Dawn Van Buren – ’13,  Cemetery / VP of Consistory     758-7564

Bob Wildermuth –’14,  Personnel / Pastoral Relations    828-0690

                John Schubert, Chairman, Classis Financial Committee

 

COMING EVENTS

Today, June 30 - VBS Sunday     

   10:00 am  Worship

                                                       Please Note:

     VBS picnic on the back and side lawns of the church will follow Worship.

Tues., July 2

     7:00 pm  Youth group

Thur, July 4

9:00 am  Small Group meets @ KRC - Chip Ingram study continues -                  
          Living on the Edge – Dare to Experience True Spirituality

    10:00 am  Community Prayer Group @ KRC

Fri.,   July 5    

      9:30 am  Weight Watchers meet, KRC Fellowship Room

      9:30 am  Olde Dutch and Such crafts group meets opposite KRC office

Sun., July 7

      9:00 am  Worship Service         

       Please note:  8:30 am and 10 am Worship

           services will combine and meet at 9 am through July and August.

Mon., July 8

       6:30 pm  Consistory Meeting

Sat.,  July 13   Annual Stone House Day sponsored by Hurley Reformed Church    

                                                     Hurley, NY.

Servers Next Sunday, July 7, 2013

       Ushers:  Jim Dunham, Fred Hickman, Gary Leggett

       Greeter(s):

 

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Vacation Bible School
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Open to kids Ages 3(potty trained) to grade 8. Runs from 9-12 each day August 21-25. No fee to attend, but please register in advance if you can so we'll have enough supplies for everyone! Registration forms available at both Kinderhook and Muitzeskill Reformed churches, at the Cross Eyed Owl Gift shop or you may call KRC at 758-6401 to register via phone!
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Vacation Bible School
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At this year's Hero Central Vacation Bible School, kids will take on awesome adventures alongside some of their favorite Bible heroes and discover the qualities that make us truly heroic in God. VBS Hero Central uses epic music, spectacular science, crafty crafts, heroic recreation, and fantastic Bible stories to help kids (and leaders) discover their strength in God!

Open to kids Ages 3(potty trained) to grade 8. Runs from 9-12 each day August 21-25. No fee to attend, but please register in advance if you can so we'll have enough supplies for everyone! Registration forms available at both Kinderhook and Muitzeskill Reformed churches, at the Cross Eyed Owl Gift shop or you may call KRC at 758-6401 to register via phone!
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Open to kids Ages 3(potty trained) to grade 8. Runs from 9-12 each day August 21-25. No fee to attend, but please register in advance if you can so we'll have enough supplies for everyone! Registration forms available at both Kinderhook and Muitzeskill Reformed churches, at the Cross Eyed Owl Gift shop or you may call KRC at 758-6401 to register via phone!
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