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February 11, 2018 Worship Service: 10:00 a.m.

Don't Settle for Less

Reverend Eric Likkel's sermon will be based on the passage in Luke 17:11-19.




Today

Nursery: The Nursery is available downstairs for children (newborn–age 3) during the morning service. Children’s Church (ages 4-10) meets today.

Greeters

Teachers and helpers will be in the lobby area to meet you.

Today

Carol DeKoekkoek Mike Vedders

Next Week

Chris Kredit Judy Corning

Sunday School and Catechism classes will meet after the morning service and will dismiss by noon. All children from K-Grade 12 are invited! Note: There will be no classes on March 4, which is Missions Sunday. Students will be invited to participate in those activities.

Welcome Center February

Ken & Carla Hoekzema

March

Wolter & Renita Korf

Coffee Set-Up

Next Week 

February

John DeKoekkoek Steve DeKoekkoek

Message: Reverend John DeKoekkoek will be our guest speaker next week. We look forward to what he has to say to us.

March

Tim & Julie Vanden Bos

Celebration Sunday: Next week, we will recognize February birthdays and anniversaries with a cake reception. Please see the list of honorees on page 7. If you have a special day in February that we might have missed, please let us know by contacting the Church Office. Thank you for helping us update our records.

Coffee Clean-Up Today

Jon & Erika Bakker

Next Week

Joan Oordt Marcia Green

Nursery (Newborn - age 3) Today

Denise Einfeld Chris Kredit Igor Shabalov

Next Week

Jana Boersema Renita Korf Pia Bamana

Children’s Church (ages 4-10)

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Today

Pat Holly Joan Oordt ivonne Vander Vlies Jonah Boer

Next Week

Pat Holly Joan Oordt ivonne Vander Vlies Jonah Boer

For more info, contact the Church Office


SHORELINE CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH February 11, 2018

Prelude * Welcome * Call to Worship

Standing on the Promises

* God’s Greeting

Rev. Eric Likkel

* Praise & Commitment

Apostles' Creed - Father

Great is Thy Faithfulness

Apostles' Creed - Son

In Christ Alone

Beneath the Cross

Apostles' Creed - Spirit

Come Thou Fount, Come Thou King

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Prayer and Offering Offertory Simple Gifts Offering

Handbell Choir Local Operating Budget

Children ages 4-10 may be dismissed for Children’s Church Congregational Concerns & Prayer

Rev. Eric Likkel

Hearing of God's Word

Rev. Eric Likkel

Scripture Passage

Luke 17:11-19

Message

"Don't Settle for Less"

* Announcements * God’s Parting Blessing * Closing Song

Rev. Eric Likkel When Peace Like a River

Postlude Prayer Support: The Pastor and Elders are available at the front to pray with and for you. Parents: Thank you for picking up your children from the Nursery immediately after the service. Coffee and Fellowship: Please join us in the Foyer for coffee and fellowship. * Please stand if you are able  Offering schedules are available on the table in the foyer 206.364.3021  office@seattlecrc.org

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ANNOUNCEMENTS SAVE THE DATES | March 3-4 Global Partners Conference There are only three weeks until our annual Global Partners Conference. The theme this year is "Partnership in the Gospel," based on Philippians 1:4-6. Pastor Jeff Heerspink, our church's former youth pastor, will bring the message at our worship service that Sunday. Saturday, March 3: 5:00 p.m. – Open House 6:00 p.m. – International Dinner 7:00 p.m. – Program Please - If you are coming to the International Dinner, bring an ethnic dish to serve 8-10 people. Here are some ideas, but feel free to get creative! • Asian Rice Dish • Italian Posta • Indian Curry • Mexican Enchiladas • Danish Potato Dish Sunday, March 4: 9:30 a.m. – Open House 10:00 a.m. – Worship/Missions Offering 11:30 a.m. – Displays & Finger Foods Please - Bring a plate of finger foods when you come on Sunday morning. This could be as simple as small sandwiches, crackers & cheese, veggies or fruit with dips, etc. Thank you for setting aside this significant time, and for preparing your ethnic dish and finger foods. Pray for this event so that it can impact support for Kingdom work worldwide.

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Membership Transfers Kevin and Becky Haveman have requested that their membership papers, along with the baptized memberships of their children, James and Annika, be transferred to Holland Heights Church in Holland, MI. We extend our blessings to the Havemans as they participate in their new church home.  Women's Thursday AM Bible Study Please join us as we meet for fellowship, and please bring a friend. Thursday, February 15  9:30 a.m. Third Place Books Lake Forest Park Shopping Center If you would like more information, onnect with Harriet Jonkman.  Free-Book Giveaway The Church Library is downsizing, and there are many books available for you to take home with you for FREE. Stop by the tables in the Foyer and see if any of the titles interest you. Help yourself or pass them along to family and friends. Enjoy your new reading material, and best yet ... you don't need to return it! For more info, contact the Church Office


Cadet Pancake Breakfast The annual Cadet Pancake Breakfast is scheduled for Saturday, February 24  7:30–10:30 a.m. Fellowship Hall The event is free, but donations are welcome to support the program.

Mark Your Calendars - This Week Sunday, February 11 11:15 a.m.

Pastor Search Team Meeting

Council Room

Monday, February 12 7:00 p.m.

Men's Bible Study

Council Room

7:00 p.m.

Women's Monday PM Bible Study

Rooms 201-202

Wednesday, February 14 3:00 p.m.

KidReach Tutoring

Shoreline Christian School

Cancelled

Cadets Boys' Club

Midwinter Break

Cancelled

GEMS Girls' Club

Midwinter Break

7:00 p.m.

ALIVE Youth Group

Multi-Purpose Room

7:30 p.m.

Choir Rehearsal

Sanctuary

Thursday, February 15 9:30 a.m.

Women's Thursday AM Bible Study

Third Place Books

6:30 p.m.

Handbell Choir Rehearsal

Sanctuary

Saturday, February 17 6:30 p.m.

Couples' Club

Relocated to the DeKoekkoek Home

DATES TO REMEMBER February 18

Celebration Sunday Cake Reception

February 18

Sunday Afternoon Bible Study Groups

February 20

Council Meeting

February 24

CADET Pancake Breakfast

206.364.3021  office@seattlecrc.org

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Getting Connected We encourage you to get connected with a community group for fellowship and mutual support. It is far too easy to simply come to church on Sunday and then slip out. We want to get to know you better, so join us! If you would like more information about any group, please contact the Church Office.

Cadets (Boys grades 3-6) The goal of Cadeting is to help boys grow spiritually in all areas of life—devotional, mental, physical, and social. The Cadets meet most Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall during the school year. GEMS (Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior) This club for girls in grades 3-6 meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in various rooms at church. Our activities include Bible lessons, praise/worship, badges, crafts and other fun things. ALIVE Youth Group (JH and HS students) This year, we are combining our JH and HS students in a group called ALIVE (always living in view of eternity). We meet on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, unless noted otherwise. Our next regular meeting is on Wednesday, February 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room. Couples' Club (for Couples of All Ages) This group meets one Saturday evening per month from October through May. Our next meeting will be on Saturday, February 17 at 6:30 p.m. Host: Steve & Carol DeKoekkoek Helpers: Ed & Denise Einfeld Ken & Carla Hoekzema

Sunday Afternoon Bible Study (Adults all ages) This group of adults meets once a month in various homes every third Sunday from September through May. Our next meeting is Sunday, February 18 at 3:00 p.m. We will continue in our study by Dale Larsen entitled, "Growing Older and Wiser." Men’s Bible Study The Men’s Bible Study meets most Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Room. We will resume this week in our study of Zechariah. All men are welcome, so please join us! Women’s Monday PM Bible Study The Women's Monday Evening Bible Study meets most Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in Rooms 201-202. We are using the study Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World by Joanna Weaver. We invite women of all ages to join us. Contact Carla Hoekzema (206) 793-6965 if you have any questions. Women's Thursday AM Bible Study Join us on Thursday morning, February 15 at 9:30 a.m. as we meet for fellowship, and please bring a friend. Thursday, February 15  9:30 a.m. Third Place Books Lake Forest Park Shopping Center Questions? Contact Harriet Jonkman.

Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near. Hebrews 10:24-25 (NLT)

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For more info, contact the Church Office


Notes

February Celebrations Our next "Celebration Sunday" will be held on Sunday, February 18 when we will celebrate our honorees with a cake reception after the morning service. Birthdays: 2/2

Karen Heys

2/5

Beverly Huizenga

2/5

Kathy Martin

2/9

Aidan Bakker

2/9

Marcia Green

2/11

Loretta Van Dyke

2/17

Greta Clousing

2/17

Eric Van der Giessen

2/18

Katie Faber

2/21

Ella-Ruth Hanson

2/21

Dan Wasell

2/22

Doug Heys

2/25

Winerva (Ervie) Klungel

2/25

Elyse Martin

2/27

Cynthia Roberts

2/27

Robert Shabalov

Anniversaries: 2/19

Henry & Shirley Wind

2/22

Gerald & Johanna Van Belle

If you have a special day in February that we might have missed, please let us know. You may contact the Church Office by phone or email to provide the needed information. Thank you!

206.364.3021  office@seattlecrc.org

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Shoreline Christian Reformed Church is a gospel and grace-centered

community learning how to follow Jesus. We belong to a broader community called The Christian Reformed Church. What does this mean? We call ourselves… Christian… Because we belong to Jesus Christ and want to be his followers.

Reformed…

Church…

Because we’re part of the historic branch of the Christian church that follows the teachings of the leaders of the Protestant Reformation, who struggled to return Christianity to its biblical roots. Because God has called us to be a fellowship of his people in the world.

14555 25th Ave NE  Shoreline, WA 98155 206-364-3021 office@seattlecrc.org www.seattlecrc.org

Interim Pastors: interimpastors@seattlecrc.org Council 2018: council2018@seattlecrc.org (includes Pastors, Elders, Deacons and Office Administrator) Bookkeeper: bookkeeper@seattlecrc.org To apply for the Worship Coordinator/Muslc Leader position, send email to worshipjob@seattlecrc.org. Job description is located at http://bit.ly/ShorelineWorship. Bulletin Deadline: Noon on Thursdays Bulletins are available on https://issuu.com/seattlecrc.org/stacks PowerPoint Announcements Deadline: Noon on Thursdays If you want to submit a request for an announcement slide, please email our PowerPoint Team at sea1p@seattlecrc.org ELDERS Eric Buist Wayne Clousing (ending in March) Clarence Deelstra Steve DeKoekkoek Ken Oordt Tim Vanden Bos (ending in March) Eric van der Giessen

DEACONS Carol DeKoekkoek Laurie Dykstra Ed Einfeld Dale Fakkema Dora van der Giessen

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