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2019-02-03 Bulletin

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Next Sunday, February 10th

We welcome the Friendship group as they take part in the worship service and share their enthusiasm and joy with us! Retired Pastor Gordon Pols from West End CRC in Edmonton will bring the message. All are welcome!

Sunday, February 17th Potluck 

After the morning service on February 17th the Fellowship Ministry Leadership Team invites you join in fellowship to our next Bethel Potluck. Bring a Pan of Soup OR Buns and Dessert. Please remember to bring enough food for your family plus some extra.

All are welcome!


Please remember our church family in your daily prayers, at mealtimes and during your personal devotions. Continue to pray for John Bos, Shirley Bauer, Henry Geldof and Steve Ogi. Remember those who are unable to worship regularly with us: Jennie Bajema, Bill Wildeboer and Rena DeRuiter. Pray also for those who struggle in silence with ongoing physical, spiritual, and emotional issues. I thank God, whom I serve, as my ancestors did, with a clear conscience, as night and day I constantly remember you in my prayers. 2 Timothy 1:3.

Congratulations to Peter Mooy as he celebrates his birthday today! We wish you a wonderful day with family & friends. May our Lord continue to bless you in your new year!! J

Continue to pray for our missionaries around the world.

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Living Members Bible Study 

will be held at Harry & Dorothy's on February 3rd at 7 p.m. Please review Lesson 1 in the Discover James study booklet.


Our next prayer meeting is on Tuesday, February 5th, at 10 a.m. at the home of Margaret.

Charles Spurgeon said that "Prayer and Praise are the oars by which a man may row his boat into the deep waters of the knowledge of Christ." Please, come and join us in the ministry of Prayer and Praise on behalf of our congregation.

Coffee Break: 

Ladies, we hope to start a new study, on Wednesday, February 6th at 9:30 a.m. The study is titled Commands of Jesus. Everyone is welcome, bless a friend and bring her to this study!

There’s still time to get your tickets to the Mexican Fiesta 

on Saturday, February 9th at CACHS. Join us for an evening of food, fun and fellowship. Tickets are available from each team member for $20. We will also be holding a silent auction once again, if you have something you would like to donate contact any team member and we will arrange for drop off or pickup. This year’s team members are: Brooklyn Wildeboer, Torey Tenbrinke, Kassidy Tenbrinke, Erica van Gyssel, Conner Heidelberg, Connor Wiersma, Zander Wiersma, Kyler Bajema, Amber Tenbrinke, Paige Kuipers, Elena Siebenga, Keagen Salomons. Leaders for this year’s team are Dana van Gyssel, Carina Tenbrinke, Pete Heidelberg, Brian Bajema, August Luymes.

Wolf Creek Community Church will be hosting Alpha 

at the Good Neighbour Coffeehouse on Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. starting February 12, 2019. If you or someone you know is interested in attending, or would like more information, please contact Brian Yoshida at 403-782-1173, Mary Ann Kolkman at 403 597 4516 or Gary Barnes at 403 885 5187.

Book Club: 

Our next meeting is Thursday, February 14th at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Margaret.

The book is The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah.


Wolf Creek Community Church 

invites all youth, gr. 7-12, for an afternoon of games and fellowship, Giant Jenga, Bean Bag Toss, Ladder Golf, etc. We will also have lots of snacks and hot chocolate! All the fun will be happening this afternoon, February 3rd from 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. Just bring yourselves, a friend and a board game you enjoy. Please note you will need a waiver form from WCCC to participate in this event, please contact your youth leader to get one.

In support of the WCCC youth activity, Young Peoples will NOT be meeting tonight at the Vandenborns’. Our next meeting will be February 24th.

Tuesday Nite Youth

will not meet this Tuesday, February 5th. Classes will resume on February 12th at 7:30 p.m. See you then!


February 6, 2019: 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. LCS West Campus Library: 

Please join our prayer group which meets once a month to lift our school before our Lord. This will not be an information session on current issues; rather we seek to join together in Christian community, in hope and in grace, to support our administration, teachers, board and students in these challenging times. We want to welcome all Christian education supporters, from parents to grandparents and anyone in between. We appreciate your willingness to serve in this way. Please text Janis Butcher at 403-357-9195 or email westof17@gmail.com if you are interested. For you, O Lord, are my hope, my trust, O Lord, from my youth. Psalm 71:5

The Central Alberta Pregnancy Care Centre 

is excited to present More Than Just a Man, a new Easter dramatic musical production. This is a fundraising event for the CAPCC Maternity Home which provides a nurturing home, supporting healthy pregnancy and positive parenting. If you love to sing or play an instrument, YOU are invited to join the adult choir or orchestra. (There are many other areas where help is needed as well!) Performance dates: April 11th – 13th, 2019, Red Deer Memorial Centre. Choir rehearsals times: 7 p.m. on Tuesdays beginning January 8th at Deer Park Alliance Church. Orchestra rehearsal times: Monday evenings at Deer Park Alliance Church. For more information contact Sharon Nielsen at 403-307-0379 or sharon.nielsen@ymail.com.

The Central Alberta Pregnancy Care Centre 

currently has a job opening for a Part time Receptionist in our Red Deer office as well as a unique volunteer opening as a Live In Mentor in our Maternity Home. For more information about both positions they can be found on our website: www.pregnancycare.ca/staff-volunteer-opportunities/.


Prayer Retreat

On Saturday, February 23rd you are invited to enjoy a day of growing in prayer personally and corporately. This is an opportunity to rest in our Lord, commune with Him and gain tools for a stronger prayer life for yourself and your church. Spiritual Director and man of prayer, Len Thompson of Urban Sanctuary will look with us at the life of the prophet Daniel and guide us in prayer. We'll learn about:

  • Session 1: Developing a Bullet-Proof Prayer Habit
  • Session 2: Daniel's Prayer Focus
  • Session 3: When Prayer Shakes You...Then What?
  • Session 4 The Character Change Prayer Made in Daniel

There is no cost to attend. Also refreshments and lunch are provided. This will take place at Trinity CRC, Edmonton from 9 a.m to 2:30/3:00 p.m. as part of the Classis Alberta North Prayer Ministry. Please indicate that you are coming by emailing revrichdelange@gmail.com by February 20th or call 780-475-2662. Come and be blessed and equipped. If you're coming from out of the city and want lodging on Friday evening, please let us know.

Calling all Deacons, 

past, present and those who have a heart for benevolence. Diaconal Ministries Canada and Northern Alberta Diaconal Conference is hosting a Helping Without Hurting in Church Benevolence workshop on Wednesday, February 27th from 7 - 9 pm, at Woody Nook CRC. This workshop addresses in practical ways, how to engage in poverty alleviation, and helping those who come knocking on our doors when making ends meet is a challenge. For further info please contact Lucinda (DMC) at 780-242-5676 or lklapwyk@yahoo.ca , Jesse (NADC) at 780-819-7488 or yournadc@gmail.com , or Brad Prins at 403-341-9570

Aid and Trade with the Global South:

Join World Renew on March 23rd at 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. at Covenant CRC (19010 87 Ave., Edmonton) to learn how small business development and just trade can empower communities to improve their lives. We will be featuring a global marketplace, Central American cuisine, and keynote speakers Daniel Jean-Louis (author of “From Aid to Trade”) and Doug Seebeck (Partners Worldwide). Tickets are $10 per person or $30 for a family and are available at wrtraid.eventbrite.ca, or in person from Marg Hoogland (587-377-0422) or Ray Prins.



A court decision acquitted Pervaiz Masih on blasphemy charges over a business disagreement. Pervaiz is still considered a blasphemer, leaving his life at risk from vigilantes. Since the initial accusation in 2015, his family has also suffered greatly. His wife Zareena was severely beaten under interrogation by police, leaving her unable to walk or stand properly. Since she was physically unable to properly watch their young daughter, the couple's three-year-old child wandered away and was later found drowned. The exact cause of the tragic drowning remains a mystery. There are 218 other Christians currently facing blasphemy charges. While grateful for these encouraging court rulings, continue upholding these suffering believers in prayer. Intercede on behalf of the Pakistani government, that they will abandon their blasphemy laws, allowing freedom of religion for all of their citizens.


Leadership: Sticky Teams in the Church

Leadership can make or break any organization. In this series, Larry Osborne shares the insights he’s gathered over his years of leading successful ministry teams. These bite-sized videos will walk you through the major points of team-building that Larry feels are most crucial for successful leadership. Learn what it takes to bring people together and keep them together for the betterment of your church ministry. Check out this title and many others, for your Leadership studies. They are located on the Rightnow Media site or the App under the Bethel CRC library and then the Weekly Feature. Take a look today!! If you are in need of assistance, please contact Dana.

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