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The Lords Day June 29, 2014 The Lords Day June 29, 2014

MORNING WORSHIP SERVICE 9:30 A.M.


Glory to God, Im Presbyterian
* denotes standing
Prelude
Welcome& Announcements........................................Pastor SteveIgo
Congregational Greeting ................................ ThePassing of thePeace

The Living God Calls Us to Worship .................. Call to Worship

We Enter Into Gods Presence
In Song* .........................................God Himself Is with Us, Hymn 382
In Prayer* .............................................................. Prayer of Approach

God Speaks to Us
In Scripture .............................................................. Ephesians 1:15-23

We Respond in Consecration
In Prayer ......................... Prayer to Confess Sin & Assuranceof Pardon
In Song* ......................................... When We All Get to Heaven, Insert
In Prayer ............................................................ Congregational Prayer
In Song* ..................................................................... Thy Word, Insert

God Feeds Us
In Scripture ....................................................................... Acts 15:1-34
In Sermon ......... CONFESSIONS, CREEDS & CONNECTIONALISM

We Respond in Commitment ...................... Prayer of Application
In Song* ................ Jesus, with Thy Church Abide, Hymn 348 (vv. 1-5)
In Giving ................................................................ Tithes & Offerings

God Blesses Us ........................................................... Benediction
Now Blessed Be the Lord Our God, Hymn 11 (verse 1 only)

Now blessed be the Lord our God, the God of Israel,
For he alone does wondrous works in glory that excel.








EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE 5:30 P.M.
Christs Church
* denotes standing
Prelude
Gathering Songs ...................................................... Elder Ted Himebook

The Living God Summons Us .............................. Call to Worship

We Enter Into Gods Presence
In Song* ..... We Praise You, O God, Our Redeemer, Creator, Hymn 97
In Prayer* .............................................................. Prayer of Approach

God Speaks to Us
In Scripture ....................................................................... 1 J ohn 5:1-5

We Respond in Consecration
In Prayer ......................... Prayer of Confession & Assuranceof Pardon
In Song* ................... Marvelous Grace of our Loving Lord, Hymn 465

God Feeds Us
In Scripture .............................................................. Matthew 18:21-35
In Sermon ....................................... FORGIVENESS IN THE HEART
Micah Shin, Pastoral Intern

We Respond in Commitment ...................... Prayer of Application
In Song* ............................... How Great Thou Art, Hymn 44 (v. 1,2,4)
In Giving ................................................................ Tithes & Offerings
In Prayer ............................................................ Congregational Prayer
In Song* ............................... Gracious Spirit, Dove Divine, Hymn 333

God Blesses Us* ..........................................................Benediction
Jesus! What a Friend for Sinners! Hymn 498 (refrain only)

Hallelujah! What a savior! Hallelujah! What a Friend!
Saving, helping, keeping, loving, he is with me to the end.










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TODAY

Welcome to Cedar Church! This morning Pastor Steve concludes
his sermon series called Glory to God, Im Presbyterian. In the
evening, our intern Micah Shin preaches a sermon fromMatthew
16 called My Church.

11:00 AM - Sunday School
12:45 PM Kent County Jail Ministry
5:30 PM Evening Service

THIS WEEK

Tuesday Young Adult Bible Study @ 7PM Hager Park
Thursday Holland Rescue Mission Service @ 7PM- HRM

OFFERING

Last Sundays Benevolent Offering Thank you for your
generous giving. $532.75 was received for the Deacons Fund last
Sunday. Currently this fund is at $2,637.53. If you would still
like to contribute to this, please designate your gift Deacons
Fund and place it in the offering plate.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

July Sermon Series - During the month of July, Pastor Larry
Johnson, our newly installed Teacher of the Word, will be
leading us in a four part sermon series fromI Kings 12 & 13,
entitled It Was the Worst of Times: The Life of Jeroboam. By
studying the lives of King Jeroboamand the prophets of his day,
we can learn to live in the present times of heresy, sin and
seduction through Gods grace.

Kent County Jail Ministry Today Cedar Church will host our
5th Sunday chapel service at the Kent County Jail from12:45 PM
- 2:15 PM. Please keep this ministry in your prayers.

Pastor Steve Away this Week Pastor Larry Johnson will fill the
Cedar pulpit next Sunday while Pastor Steve is on vacation. If you
need shepherding care, please feel free to contact a Cedar elder.


OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES

Help with a Short Term Mission Project right here in our own
backyard. Meadow Springs OPC is looking for your help.

Friday, July 4th - Kentwood Parade - Approximately 5,000
adults and children watch this annual city parade. This year's
theme is taken fromthe movie "How to Train your Dragon 2". A
lifesize "Toothless dragon" and a wooden catapult is being
constructed. The parade begins at 9:30amand the route is a 2 mile
walk. Meadow Springs is looking for additional walkers to
hand out candy or church tracts/invites.

Kentwood Carnival - Our church booth will be nestled among
food venders and carnival rides. Our booth is open from6-8:30pm
prior to the fireworks. Meadow Springs is looking for friendly
faces to hand out bottled water, pocket New Testaments, and
Church literature. Those who enjoy sharing the good news
with strangers can assist our pastor. We are also taking photos
and collecting emails of persons posing with our life-size Dragon
"Toothless". This database will be used for future outreach events
and sermon series.

Saturday July 5th- Dragon School (based on the movie) A VBS
style outreach in a local park to reach the unchurched fromthe
parade and carnival. A typical Saturday hosts hundreds of
neighborhood children at the playground, skateboard park and
splash pad. Our free event runs from10am-2pmat the Pinewood
Park Pavillion. Meadow Springs is seeking individuals who
enjoy working with children doing crafts, assisting in games or
reading stories.

Volunteers for any of the above events should contact Pastor
Jerry Neumair at (616)455-5672 or opcrev@comcast.net for
more info.







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COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Puritan Reformed Conference - Please consider attending the
2014 Puritan Reformed conference, The Beauty & Glory of
Christs Bride, August 21 - 23. This conference will be held at the
beautiful Prince Conference Center (1800 East Beltline Ave., GR,
MI) and will feature speakers Michael Barrett, Joel Beeke, Gerald
Bilkes, TimGeiger, Conrad Mbewe, David Murray, and William
VanDoodewaard. For more information or to register go to
www.puritanseminary.org.

Fresh Produce/Fresh Fruit - Love In the Name of Christ is
willing and pleased to receive your donation of extra fruits or
vegetables grown in your gardens this summer and early fall. Our
budgeting class clients would love to make use of these items for
their families. Please bring the items to the Love INC office at
3300 Van Buren, Hudsonville and make sure to label the items for
the LOVING HELP Program(LHP). Questions-contact Norma or
Tonia at (616) 662-3300..

Prevent a summer shortage - Give blood Friday, July 11, at
Hillcrest Christian Reformed Church, located at 3617 Hillcrest
Road in Hudsonville. Walk in between 11:30 AM and 5:15 PM.
or call 1-800-RED-CROSS to make an appointment Those who
are 17 or over and weigh at least 110 lbs. are eligible. 16-year-
olds may be eligible with written parental consent. There are
certain height and weight restrictions. See
www.redcrossblood.org.

Zion Accepting Applications - Zion Christian School in Byron
Center, Michigan is seeking a teacher for junior and senior high
school English and Social Studies. Applicants should have a
strong academic background, a dedication to academic excellence,
and a strong commitment to an education built fully on the
Christian faith. Applicants should also be in agreement with
Zion's statements of mission and faith, which can be found on the
school's website at zionchristian.net.




SERMON NOTES







































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WELCOME TO CEDAR!

Weareglad yourehere. As a
church family, weredelighted
you havejoined us for worship
today. Below you will find
some information to help you
during our Sunday services. If
you need any assistance,
please ask one of our ushers
for help.

Worship Service
Cedar Church strives to enjoy
God through Spirit-empowered
and Christ-centered worship. The
Bible is sincerely loved, and we
hope that you will find it opened
up to you in a fresh and faithful
manner each Sunday.

Nursery
Childcare is available near the
entrance of the gymnasium for
children 0-3 years old, but
children of all ages are always
welcome in the worship service.

Coffee Break
After the morning worship, please
join us in the gymfor coffee and
refreshments.

Kids Break
After morning worship, all kids
(Preschool thru 6th grade) are
invited to the orchestra roomfor
snacks and fun songs.

Sunday School
From11 12pm, Cedar Church
offers classes for all ages. Visitors
are especiallywelcome!




*Lost your bulletin? See archived bulletins @ http://bulletins.cedarchurch.net/ *






Weekly Budget Last Weeks Offerings
$3,592.50 $4,258.50
YTD Budget YTD Offerings
$89,812.50 $81,194.05





Pastor: SteveIgo
Associate Pastor: Mick Knierim
Pastoral Intern: Micah Shin


Shepherding Districts
David Van Dyke/TomDykema A-B
Craig Baker/JimKnott/Terry Holstege
C-G
Bill Grysen/Paul Sprik H-O
Ted Himebook/DuaneSaxton P-Z


Womens Ministry Coordinator:
J oan Broene


We offer the following classes:



SPECIAL REMINDERS
TODAY NEXT WEEK
Greeters Sprik/Arnold N/A
Accompanist A.M.
Accompanist P.M.
Bonnie Boeve
Megan Himebook
Rachel Himebook
Megan Himebook
Nursery A.M.


Nursery Sun. Sch.

Nursery PM

PamHimebook
Allison Benczkowski
Heidi Kooienga
Beka Mulder
Sarah Johnson
Deb Grysen
Sheila Rostvedt
Peg Smith
Rachel Himebook
Alaina Post
Deb Kooienga
Elisabeth Knott
Tammy Holstege
Kiersten Holstege
Fellowship Snack


Childrens Snack
Carla Baker
Ruthie Scaturro
Nella Kortman
Corrie Post
Elisabeth Knott
Cathy Postmus
Sarah Johnson
N/A
Church Set-Up
Sun. Foreman AM
Sun. Foreman PM
Ushers

Sprik/Arnold
Terry Holstege
Ryan Mulder
TimDeWent
Paul Sprik
N/A
Paul Sprik
Matt Grysen
N/A
N/A
Youth Group Meal
Class Age Teacher/Location
Toddler 2-3
PamHimebook
Central Hallway
Preschool
& K
4K
Sheila Rostvedt
West Classroom
Younger
Elementary
1
st
3
rd

Mindy Weiss
Workshop Room
Older
Elementary
4
th
-6
th

Chris Benczkowski
Teachers Lounge
Jr. High 7
th
-8
th

Phil Faber
Southeast Teachers
Lounge
Sr. High 9
th
-12
th

Terry & Tammy
Holstege
OrchestraRoom
II
Corinthians
Adult
Mick Knierim
Gymnasium
Prayer Adult
Micah Shin
Art Room