Kinderhook Reformed Church Worship Service
Route 9 & Church Street, Kinderhook, NY
10:00 a.m. October 28, 2012
“To Know Christ and to Make Him Known

Rev. Rudy Visser, Pastor


A WARM WELCOME TO VISITORS
You are invited to sign our Guest Book at the church entrance and to fill out a pew card and place it in the offering plate.  We would like to get to know you better, and we invite you to enjoy fellowship and refreshments with us at Coffee Hour downstairs in the Fellowship Room following today’s Worship Service.

Ushers: Jim Dunham, Fred Hickman, Barry Knights, Gary Leggett
Greeter(s):  Patrice Lyons
Preschool Nursery facility is available downstairs.
Guest Organist: David Smith

Celebration of Worship
 

PRELUDE                          Voluntary I in C major, op. 5          John Stanley
  
Drawing Nearer To God

  WELCOME/ANNOUNCEMENTS
*GREETING AND PASSING OF THE PEACE
  CALL TO WORSHIP (Responsively)
     I will extol the LORD at all times;
     his praise will always be on my lips.
     I will glory in the LORD;
     let the afflicted hear and rejoice.
     Glorify the LORD with me;
     let us exalt his name together.
*MORNING PRAISE HYMN #29          O Worship the King

Celebrating His Redemptive Love

  MORNING PRAYER OF CONFESSION                                                                                                    
Most Holy God, we know that your grace is sufficient for us and  we desperately need it today.   
Draw us closer to you O Lord, by your Holy Spirit, we pray.  
Lord, we acknowledge that we are impressed by things that do not matter to you in the least. Our heads are turned by education, power, pedigree, looks, and money. We confuse intelligence with wisdom, family name with honor, positions of influence with integrity, looks with character, and money with dignity.                                           
Draw us closer to you O Lord, by your Holy Spirit, we pray.    
Forgive us, Lord. Heal our brokenness, forgive our stubbornness and pride, and grant us the mercy to confront our own hypocrisy. 
Draw us closer to you O Lord, by your Holy Spirit, we pray.  
By your grace, renew a right mind and heart within us, restore us to yourself, and draw us closer to you, O Lord, by your Holy Spirit, we pray.  Amen.                                                                   
  CHILDREN'S MESSAGE AND BLESSING
Draw our children face-to-face with you, O Lord.  May they feel your presence, and taste your goodness; may they experience your power to renew and strengthen them in times of need; and may they long for more of you each day of their lives.  Amen.

Learning That God Is Shaping Us

  PRAYER FOR ILLUMINATION                                                                                                                                     
  SCRIPTURE LESSON                       Psalms 34:4-22 (p. 396)
  MESSAGE                 “Delivered: From Horror to Awe”
  PRAYER OF THANKS

Giving Ourselves For God's Glory

  OFFERTORY             Voluntary IV in d minor                    William Walond
   WE GIVE OUR TITHES and OFFERINGS / OFFERTORY
  INTERCESSION
*CLOSING SONG HYMN #748          Onward Christian Soldiers
  *BENEDICTION and RESPONSE             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               Voluntary VI in d minor, op. 5        John Stanley        

~THANKSGIVING FOOD COLLECTION BEGINS~
KRC IS COLLECTING ITEMS FOR THE VALATIE ECUMENICAL FOOD PANTRY FOR THANKSGIVING. The program will begin TODAY, OCTOBER 28, and will end on November 18.  Please place your bagged donations in the foyer on or before November 18.  Suggested food items most needed are, CANNED SWEET POTATOES and YAMS; PUMPKIN; CRANBERRY SAUCE; WHITE, BLACK, and RED KIDNEY BEANS; FLOUR; SUGAR; CEREAL; and DISH SOAPS.  Otherwise, bring in whatever your heart moves you to provide - any nonperishable food items will be welcomed!   AS A RESULT OF THE PANTRY’S FOOD COLLECTION DRIVE LAST YEAR, 133 THANKSGIVING BASKETS WERE DELIVERED LOCALLY TO NEEDY FAMILIES, AND KRC ALONE CONTRIBUTED 318 FOOD ITEMS TO THIS EFFORT.  LET’S MAKE THIS YEAR EVEN BETTER!

KRC’S CRAFT FAIR / BAZAAR IS NEXT SATURDAY
NOVEMBER 3, 10 AM - 4 PM
YOU ARE SURE TO FIND A TREASURE OR TWO, HOME-MADE GOODIES, AND A GOURMET LUNCH SPONSORED BY CHURCH FAMILY MINISTRY’S “OLDE DUTCH AND SUCH” CRAFTS GROUP.  WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING EACH OF YOU ON SATURDAY!
     Sponsors are looking for volunteers to work at the bazaar, and are hoping to enlist enough people so that each volunteer will be needed for a 2-hour shift only.  If you are able to help out on a shift, a sign-up sheet is available on the back table. 
     Set-up for the bazaar will begin at 5 pm Thursday evening, November 1, and will include additional hours on Friday if needed.  Bazaar take-down and clean-up will begin at 9 am Monday morning, November 5.  Volunteers are needed to offer their services for these activities as well.

The elementary-age Sunday School class is doing a “Learning to Use your Bible” course, and the KRC Sunday School  is providing Bibles for the children to use in this study  We are looking for Bible sponsors willing to donate $15 per sponsorship to help with the cost of the Bibles.  Sponsors may drop their donations in the offering plate clearly designated “Bible Sponsorship,” and each sponsor will receive a bookmark imprinted with the names of all students in the class as a reminder to pray for them as they learn to use God’s Word.

~2013 CONSISTORY ELECTIONS~

     NOMINATION BALLOTS AND INFORMATIONAL LETTERS FOR 2013 CONSISTORY ELECTIONS WENT OUT LAST THURSDAY, AND ALL ACTIVE, CONFESSING KRC MEMBERS SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED THEIRS BY THIS TIME.  IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE YOURS BY TUESDAY OF THIS COMING WEEK, PLEASE CONTACT PAUL AT 859-4158.  ALL NOMINATION BALLOTS MUST BE RETURNED AND IN THE HANDS OF THE ELECTION STEWARDS BY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, IN ORDER TO BE INCLUDED IN THE NOMINATION PROCESS.
     A CONGREGATIONAL MEETING/POTLUCK BRUNCH IS SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, FOLLOWING WORSHIP. PROVIDED CONSISTORY IS ABLE TO PRESENT A FULL SLATE OF NOMINEES,  ELECTIONS TO CONSISTORY WILL BE HELD AT THIS TIME TO FILL THE OPEN POSITIONS OF 2 DEACONS AND THREE ELDERS.  PLEASE PUT THIS DATE ON YOUR CALENDAR AND PLAN TO ATTEND THIS IMPORTANT MEETING.

CHORUS, SOLOISTS AND INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE
“THE GLORY OF MOZART AND HAYDN”
KINDERHOOK REFORMED CHURCH
The well-received Concerts in the Village series continues at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 11, with “The Glory of Mozart and Haydn” featuring chorus, soloists, and instrumental ensemble.  The series is sponsored by the Kinderhook Reformed Church as part of  its 300th anniversary celebration and is under the musical direction of David Smith.   Bringing together 55 performers, this concert will include Haydn’s magnificent and dramatic “Lord Nelson” Mass, and Mozart’s Ave verum corpus, Andante and Veni sancte spiritus. In addition to some of the finest orchestral musicians in eastern New York, performers include vocal soloists Amanda Boyd, Carol Curran, Rose Hunsberger, Vicki Smith, Timothy Reno, and Charles Martin.  Also performing will be flutist Sharon Levin, and organists Neil Keen and David Smith.

~CAPITAL CITY RESCUE MISSION BANQUET HIGHLIGHTS~

         PRAISE GOD FOR THE 63-YEAR-OLD CAPITAL CITY RESCUE MISSION, A DYMANIC CHRIST-CENTERED MINISTRY DIRECTED FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS BY PERRY JONES AND SUPPORTED BY KRC’S MISSIONS GIVING.  WHAT A BLESSING IT WAS FOR THOSE FROM KRC WHO ATTENDED ONE OF THE ANNUAL CCRM BANQUETS THIS PAST WEEK.
        ALL WERE DEEPLY MOVED BY THE POWERFUL PERSONAL TESTIMONIES OF MEN AND WOMEN WHOSE SHATTERD LIVES ARE BEING REBUILT THROUGH THEIR GROWING SPIRITUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS CHRIST.  22 PEOPLE NOW ON CCRM’S STAFF INITIALLY CAME TO THE MISSION IN NEED AND SEEKING HELP.  ONCE THERE, THEY EXPERIENCED LONG-TERM AND PERMANENT LIFE CHANGES.  THE EXTENT OF THE MISSION’S OUTREACH PROGRAMS SERVING THE NEEDY IS TRULY AMAZING:  TO DATE THIS YEAR AT CCRM, 509 FAITH DECISIONS HAVE BEEN MADE; 60,500 BEDS PROVIDED; 260,000 MEALS SERVED; 371,000 FREE ARTICLES OF CLOTHING DISTRIBUTED; AND 2,600 PATIENTS TREATED IN CCRM’S FREE MEDICAL CLINIC.
        PERRY JONES WILL BE PREACHING AT KRC SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30.       

Bonnie Dunham (6th), Susan Patterson (14th), Aiden Visagie (18th),
Will Patterson (21st), Rudy Visser (27th), Barbara Vosburgh (28th)

~ FOND MEMORIES OF DELIVERING ANGEL TREE GIFTS ~

     Back in the early days of Angel Tree, Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship, and his wife often personally delivered Christmas presents. One night, they discovered their directions led them to a housing project in a run-down and poorly-lit neighborhood.  The Colsons knocked on the door and found a little boy all alone.  His father was in prison and his mother was at work.  “The boy’s eyes brightened as he saw the presents in our arms,” Chuck recalled.  “The little guy pulled us into his living room.  There was nothing but a chair, an old sofa with stuffing exposed, and a tree leaning haphazardly against the wall.”
     “What’s your name?”  Chuck asked.
     “Emmanuel,” he replied.
     Chuck opened his Bible to the Gospel of Matthew and said to Emmanuel, “Do you know what your name means?  It means ‘God with us’ !”  When his mother arrived soon after, Emmanuel ran to her and hugged her around the legs.  “Mommy, mommy!” he cried, “God is with us!”
     As Chuck later recalled, “Even in that seemingly-hopeless, drug-infested housing project, this apartment had become an island of joy and hope.  Once again, Jesus had become real.”
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THE KRC FAMILY WILL AGAIN BE PARTICIPATING IN PRISON FELLOWSHIP’S ANGEL TREE PROGRAM WHICH PROVIDES CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO THE CHILDREN OF PRISONERS.  WATCH FOR DETAILS IN THE COMING WEEKS.
 
YEAR-TO-DATE FINANCIAL REPORT:

                                                                                     Budgeted                         Distributed YTD
       Missions . . . . . . .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . $4,500 .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .$4,000
Total Income YTD      Expenses YTD        Reserves w/d YTD           2007 Classis Assessment
      $134,758                  $145,878                   $10,000                   Total Assessed.  .  . $6,456
                                                                                                     YTD Contributions.  .  . $2,743

Remember To Thank & Praise God for
• all who serve KRC Ministries by meeting regularly, setting goals, preparing recommendations, & working together to complete projects and responsibilities.
• the very successful outreach of the Cemetery Committee’s recent BBQ benefit in support of the Cemetery’s operating budget. Many thanks to all who contributed time, effort, & baked items to this event.
• Pastor Rudy’s recovery from recent surgery and his return to the KRC pulpit today!
• the encouraging report that Paul Rogati, Carly Skow's son-in-law, has been moved from the hospital to a long-term rehabilitation facility.  Paul is recognizing family members, is able to speak in a whisper, and is now able to swallow well enough to eat relatively normally.  At this time however, he is able to support weight on one side of his body only.  Caryl and her family wish to thank you for your prayers, and have said that it is only because of your prayer support that the family is holding together as well as it is under the terrible stress of Paul's accident.  Please continue to remember Paul, Karen, Caryl, and the rest of the family.
• Julie, friend of Nancy Baker and family, is now home and doing much better than expected following her recent surgery.
• Pastor Rudy Visser, a Spirit-filled preacher of the Word and leader of vision.
• the blessing of family and friends.
• 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.

Regular reports are needed on the progress or condition of all individuals on our prayer and praise lists.  If you have updated information, especially regarding individuals whose names appear in bold print, please call the church office.

Remember to Pray for
• those who do not know Christ, or are struggling in their faith or with other spiritual issues. 
• KRC’s Consistory members and administrative ministries.
• KRC programs & projects and those administering them: Sunday School; Youth Group; church restoration; tricentennial events.
• small group ministries, adult Bible studies, Community Prayer Group.
• our state and national leaders, that God will grant them the leadership skills, wisdom, and the personal protection needed to govern effectively and safely.
• our missionaries: Dave and Char Alexander (visiting KRC December 9), 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 and women, especially Josh Heimroth, recently deployed to Afghanistan - 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, especially children, suffering the abuses of violence; exploitation; neglect; and family hostility.
• victims of natural disasters
• families and friends grieving the loss of loved ones, especially the Murynec Family grieving the recent sudden death of Roman Murynec.
• Baby Ian Henry, cousin of Maureen Mooney.  Pray for speedy healing of a heart problem that requires surgery.
• Laurie (Dunham) Maul, who may have to continue to deal with headaches of varying degrees of severity as healing takes place over an extended time. Pray for a speedy recovery and quick relief from pain for Laurie, who has now, praise God, returned to work full time this past week. 
• those awaiting test results or surgery; recovering from surgery, injury, or illness; chronically ill; or in hospice care: Pastor Rudy; Ken and Marion P; Pat Moore; Julie; Susie Barger; Paul Rogati; Doc, friend of Joan and Paul Clause; Rosemary Gotz; Frank Aiello; Noreen Dick; Raymond McKee; Marc Morales; Sara Schubert; Pete McCardle; Ruth Edge; Blanche Rogers; Jack, grandfather of Patti Varga; Jim Baker’s mother; Dave Ennis’s father; Florence Rivera; Kathy Schneider’s father in Barnwell; Paul Varga.
• those battling or recovering from cancer: Betsey Klein; Don Berlin; Suzanne W; Jenny Kline; John Bosquet-Morra; Helen Drumm; Tammy DeVito; Dick; Sal Alessi; Melissa M; Judy Iocco; Stephanie; Ron Jensen; Patricia’s mother; Donna Scalera; Tom Saulpaugh
• those traveling.
• those facing challenges, conflicts, difficult decisions: the Royce Family; Pastor Glenn Metzler battling a blood disorder; the Schuberts as they attempt to sell John’s mother’s home in Troy; Libby Little facing a demanding schedule.
• God’s blessing on those recently engaged/married, expecting babies, new/first-time parents: Derick and Heather LaTorre, recently married; 1st-time-parents Tom and Jaime (Welcome) Eastman (Baby Evan Anthony Eastman, born Saturday, May 19); Terry Nawrot (twins, Baby Joshua and Baby Brian, born June 29; Brad & Kelly Babic (Baby Taylor Marie); Jeannie and Scott (Baby Luther); the Principis (Baby Gianna Drew).
• those caring for the elderly, displaced, disabled, or ill.
• our residence-bound members:  Ken Smith; Murray Leonardson, and Mike Rivera

Please forward praise and prayer requests to krc@fairpoint.net or call Paul at 859-4158.  If you are not already on our email prayer list, and would like to receive prayer and praise requests through email, please contact Paul to have your address added. If you do not have email, contact Jane Smith at 758-6442, and she will be happy to include you in the phone prayer chain.

Thanks to Samascott’s Farm
for donating the harvest décor at the church’s front entrances.

2012 EVENTS IN CELEBRATION OF OUR 300th YEAR
November 3, Church Bazaar 10 am - 4pm
November 11, 3 pm Fall concert with organist David Smith, choir, & orchestra
December 16, 3rd Annual Lessons & Carols with organist David Smith & choir

KRC’s share of support is $6,546 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 $81.72, UP ONLY 87¢ FROM LAST YEAR!  All who are able to do so are encouraged to offer, over and above regular giving, their share of this support.  Contributions made for this purpose should be clearly designated, “Classis Assessment.” To date, $2,743 has been received to help defray this expense and MANY THANKS TO THOSE WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED.

OFFICE, EMAIL,
WEBSITE,  AND FAX INFORMATION 
Email Address – krc@fairpoint.net
Website Address – kinderhookreformedchurch.com
Rev. Rudy is scheduled to be in his church office
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 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, please call 859-4158.


KRC 2012-2013 CONSISTORY

Pastor Rev. Rudy Visser, President of Consistory, Classis Delegate

                                                  Deacons
Noreen Dick – ’13,  Church Family  758-6640
Patrice Lyons – ’13,  Missions   758-8400
Barbara Vosburgh –’13,  Stewardship / Treasurer   758-6512

                                                   Elders
Dave Ennis – ’12,  Worship   784-9656
Maureen Mooney – ’12,  Evangelism / Clerk  210-6079
Dawn Van Buren – ’13,  Cemetery / Pastoral Relations /
                                           Personnel / VP of Consistory  758-7564
Patti Varga–’12,  Christian Education   392-4771

                   John Schubert, Chairman, Classis Financial Committee

                                             KRC STAFF
                   KRC Office Manager                     KRC Office Assistant     
                 Paul Clause – 859-4158                   Liz Carroll – 758-6034
                              Cemetery Supervisor/KRC Sexton
                                Greg Clause – 369-8472, 758-1338

COMING EVENTS
Today, October 28
       8:30 am  Early Worship Service planning  meeting, Fellowship Room
     10:00 am  Worship Service & Sunday School
     11:15 am  Adult Sunday School meets, main floor conference room    
Food collection for Valatie Food Pantry’s Thanksgiving Baskets     
program begins TODAY and continues through November 18.
Tues., October 30
       7 –  8:30 pm  KRC Youth Group
Thur., November 1
  9:00 am  Small Group meets @ KRC -  Joyce Meyer study                
                         “Battlefield of the Mind”
      10:00 am  Community Prayer Group @ KRC
   5:00 pm  Set up for KRC Craft Fair/Bazaar
Fri.,   November 2
   9:30 am  Olde Dutch and Such crafts group meets @ KRC
   9:30 am  Weight Watchers meeting
Sat., November 3,
     10 am – 4 pm  KRC Bazaar and Crafts Fair
Sun., November 4
        8:30 am  Early Worship Service planning  meeting, Fellowship Room
      10:00 am  Worship Service and Sunday School
      11:15 am  Adult Sunday School meets, main floor conference room    
Mon., November 5
        9:00 am  Take-down and clean up of Craft Fair/Bazaar
        7:00 pm  Missions Ministry meets
Sun., November 11
   3:00 pm  Concert in the Village "The Glory of Mozart and Haydn"
Wed., November 14
        9:00 am  Cemetery Committee meets 

Sun., November 18
11:15 am  Consistory elections at congregational meeting/brunch

Servers Next Sunday, November 4, 2012
Ushers:   Jim Baker, Bob Drier, John Schubert
Greeter(s):
 

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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!

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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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Vacation Bible School
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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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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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