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Sunday Morning Worship 8:45 and 11:00

Peace Reformed Church
About Peace Reformed

We believe that God is active in the world today changing lives. We believe that God speaks to us through the spoken word, music, prayer, Bible study, and fellowship. We recognize our need for God and come to worship expecting to see, recognize, and respond to God's presence in our lives.

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Our Ministries

You can grow spiritually through participation in weekly worship, education, Bible reading and study. In faithful congregations, inspiring worship and loving relationships flourish as the church builds community through a free and forgiven life.

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You can help others by using your unique gifts to help those in need as well as joining others to accomplish shared goals. Groups include mentoring activities, chancel choir, Gospel Mission work, quilting groups, and more.

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FROM THE PASTOR

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Remember!

This coming Monday is Memorial Day. It is so important to remember. Have you ever been to a Memorial Day Service? Many celebrate Memorial Day by enjoying the freedom we have in our nation by being on vacation, gathering with friends, enjoying the outdoors, eating some great barbeque, and many other fun activities. In many cases people do not even realize some of the things that happen on Memorial Day. Here is one tradition to think about. On Memorial Day, the flag of the United States is raised briskly to the top of the staff and then solemnly lowered to the half-staff position, where it remains only until noon. It is then raised to full-staff for the remainder of the day. The half-staff position remembers the more than one million men and women who gave their lives in service of their country. At noon, their memory is raised by the living, who resolve not to let their sacrifice be in vain, but to rise up in their stead and continue the fight for liberty and justice for all. This tradition reminds us that our memories are not just for nostalgia. We do not remember just to bring a tear to our eye or have a warm feeling in our heart or gain a sense of pride; but we remember in order to be called to action. A memorial is something that is meant to bring that memory of a person or event to mind and into our lives. That is often how people are inspired to join the military or set up a scholarship fund or do something in response to the memory.

As Christians we understand this because much of our faith is built upon this notion. When we gather around the Lord’s Table we eat bread in remembrance of Jesus Christ and when we drink the cup we do so in remembrance of Jesus Christ. After the resurrection of Jesus messengers at the tomb in Luke 24 tell Jesus followers to remember what he told them and then they remembered his words and then they went and told the others what they had seen and remembered. We remember so that we will live in faith. We remember so that the power of what we are remembering will work in our hearts and minds and through that out pouring of the Holy Spirit work in the lives of others and our world. So please, REMEMBER!

PEACE MISSIONS

Bryent and Jenna Slagter missionaries

Volunteering in Niger

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BRYENT AND JENNA SLAGTER

as they prepare to serve as a youth pastor and a teacher’s aide at an international Christian school in Niamey, Niger, where the children of RCA missionary couples Tom and Aïchatou Johnson and Jeremy and Susan Beebout attend.

The Slagters will mentor students, contribute to the school’s spiritual mission, lead Bible studies, help teachers with lessons, and tutor students who need extra help. “We hope to be a witness for Christ while easing the minds of missionary parents who worry about the quality of their children’s education while they are engaged in cross-cultural ministry,” they say.

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