Overisel Reformed Church

Overisel Reformed Church Sunday-9:30 am-10:40 am 5:00pm-6:00 pm Wednesday-5:30 pm-7:30 pm http://www.orcministries.org/ Ty Hogue-Youth Pastor Kevin Kruizenga-Director of Music and Worship Arts
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Worship At Overisel Reformed Church, we strive to follow Christ's example in our lives. We do this by growing in our knowledge of him through worship and times of learning. We also try to build community with others as we live out the principals we are learning. And we attempt to give of ourselves, just as God has given to us. This begins with our congregation gathering to worship and learn on Sunday mornings. 9:30 - 10:40 Morning Worship The principal items of worship include proclamation of the Word through sermon, scripture reading, prayers and congregational singing. Hymns are primary, but we also use many “praise and worship” songs. Our recently refurbished pipe organ is the central instrument. The piano is often used either in addition to the organ or by itself. Occasionally guitars and percussion are also used. Many times lay involvement is included through scripture readings, drama, special music, prayer, etc. People are quite willing to participate and this has become meaningful to us as a congregation. The pastor plans the service, but lay people are available to assist and organize in many ways when called on. One of two choirs provides music for worship services at ORC. The Celebration Choir (adults) leads in worship on many Sundays. The Joyful Sounds Choir (grades 2-5) sing every six weeks. Pre-school age children through kindergarten are dismissed from the service around 10:00 for their own worship at Promise Land which continues on through the morning until 11:45, September through May. 10:40 - 11:00 Fellowship time in the Family Life Center 11:00 - 11:45 Sunday School – September through May 6:00 - 7:00 Evening Worship (2 Services) The Sanctuary Service is similar to the morning service but is more informal. Most often the pastor solicits prayer requests of praise and petition from the congregation before the Prayer of Intercession. The people readily share. The Revolution Service meets in the Family Life Center and has contemporary worship, Biblical Lessons, and small group discussions. There are small groups for every age level from Preschool through adults. Nursery is provided for every service. Service and Evangelism We seek to reach out to our community, our nation, and our world. To do this, Overisel Reformed Church is involved in the following: Wednesday Night Fall Program Kick-off (Community invited) Projects with Good Samaritan Center in Holland Local food pantry *Release time classes at local elementary school Moms in Touch Community Christmas Projects **Love, INC. (Love in the Name of Christ) - A Ministry of World Vision Involvement in Holland Area Right to Life CROP Walk involvement Pete the Pig Women’s Quilting Ministry One Great Hour of Sharing Work Group Projects (various places in USA & Overseas) Encouragement and support of individuals to participate in service opportunities, such as summer camp counselors, short-term mission opportunities, etc. *Overisel Reformed Church supports an outreach program called “Released Time” through Sandyview Elementary School. Released Time is a program in which parents may voluntarily permit their child(ren) to be “released” from class time during the school day for religious instruction. Participating children come to the church for approximately one hour for a Bible lesson, singing, and a time of prayer. Released Time is organized by parents of Sandyview children and, in the recent past, has been led by either the senior or associate pastor of ORC. A member of ORC, a former teacher from Sandyview, leads Released Time. **Love in the Name of Christ is a faith-based and prayer-based ministry of outreach. It is a partnership with local community churches to help their members show God’s love in serving individuals and families with unmet needs. Other Programs R.C.W.M. (Reformed Church Women’s Ministries) meets every month, September through May. Speakers, craft nights, retreats, and other special events are planned to promote Christian fellowship for all women of ORC. There is a morning Bible study group, which meets once a month on Tuesdays, an afternoon and an evening group, which also meets once a month. Fellowship Plus (adults) meets four times a year for various activities. Discipleship - Faith Seekers is a program for anyone who is interested in developing a closer relationship with Christ and/or for someone who wishes to join church. The “Faith Seeker” is partnered with a mentor who meets with this person on a one-to-one basis to study the program materials. Early Morning Men’s Bible Study and Prayer meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Prayer Groups meet at various times and for set purposes.

Mission: Christ: Know Live Give

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Tonight @ ORC...Kids Club, GEMS, Cadets, and Jars of Clay youth group.  We hope your children are able to join us! Below...
11/11/2020

Tonight @ ORC...Kids Club, GEMS, Cadets, and Jars of Clay youth group. We hope your children are able to join us! Below are listed the guidelines for attending:
*Masks are required.
*To the best of our ability, we will be using larger spaces in the church so students can socially distance and be 6 feet apart. Smaller classrooms will be limited to no more than 10 people.
*Large group time for JOC, GEMS, and Cadets must take place outside.
*No Adult Choir at this time.
*No snacks
*No meals
*Parents must pre-register online or register in person.
*All students must check-in at a table under the West canopy before entering.
*Parents can pick up their children under the West canopy.
*JOC will meet from 6:30-7:35.

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11/06/2020

Sunday @ 9:30 am - Barry Lucas (Love, INC) will be sharing the message "Thanksgiving Harvest". He'll be using Psalm 103 as the scripture.

end of service-11:15 - Sunday School and Small Groups

1-5 pm Rolling Stones Rake and run Service Project. Meet at The Hall ready to rake up leaves and bring any rakes, tarps and blowers you have.

No Revolution on Sunday due to the Rake and Run.

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Tonight @ ORC...Kids Club, GEMS, Cadets, and Jars of Clay youth group.  We hope your children are able to join us! Below...
11/04/2020

Tonight @ ORC...Kids Club, GEMS, Cadets, and Jars of Clay youth group. We hope your children are able to join us! Below are listed the guidelines for attending:

*Masks are required.
*To the best of our ability, we will be using larger spaces in the church so students can socially distance and be 6 feet apart. Smaller classrooms will be limited to no more than 10 people.
*Large group time for JOC, GEMS, and Cadets must take place outside.
*No Adult Choir at this time.
*No snacks
*No meals
*Parents must pre-register online or register in person.
*All students must check-in at a table under the East canopy before entering.
*Parents can pick up their children under the East canopy.
*JOC will meet from 6:30-7:35.

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For the month of November, we've come up with 2 different calendars to help with being thankful and prayerful. Print them and hang them up as a reminder for each day! We hope you enjoy them both. Feel free to share.

Sunday worship9:30 am - Pastor Ron VerWys will be sharing the message "Trusting God In Trying Times". He'll be using Pro...
10/30/2020

Sunday worship
9:30 am - Pastor Ron VerWys will be sharing the message "Trusting God In Trying Times". He'll be using Proverbs 3:1-6 and Matthew 10:17-20.

end of service-11:15 - Sunday School and Small groups

5:00 pm - Revolution in the Sanctuary. Gretchen Karsten will share her story as a Child of God.

6:00 pm - Rolling Stones will head to The Hall for a campfire, weather permitting. We will wrap up at 7:00 pm.

10/30/2020
10/28/2020
Wednesdays With ORC continues tonight. We hope your children join us! Below are listed the guidelines for attending:*Kid...
10/28/2020

Wednesdays With ORC continues tonight.
We hope your children join us!
Below are listed the guidelines for attending:
*Kids Club, GEMS, & Cadets will meet from 6:30-7:30 while under theserestrictions.
*Masks are required.
*To the best of our ability, we will be using larger spaces in the church so students can socially distance and be 6 feet apart. Smallerclassrooms will be limited to no more than 10 people
.*Large group time for JOC, GEMS, and Cadets must take placeoutside.
*No Adult Choir at this time.
*No snacks
*No meals
*Parents must pre-register online or register in person.
*All students must check-in at a table under the West canopybefore entering.
*Parents can pick up their children under the West canopy.
*JOC will meet from 6:30-8:00

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10/26/2020

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Sunday Worship:9:30 am - Pastor Ty Hogue will be teaching through various scriptures, "Church Words: Depraved and Justif...
10/23/2020

Sunday Worship:
9:30 am - Pastor Ty Hogue will be teaching through various scriptures, "Church Words: Depraved and Justified".

end of service-11:15 - Sunday School and Small Groups

5:00 pm - Revolution and Rolling Stones (sanctuary) - Jolene will be wrapping up her series on "Child of God". All are welcome and masks are optional in the sanctuary. We will have small groups afterward and a possible outdoor activity based on the weather.

10/21/2020
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Wednesdays With ORC starts up tonight. We hope to see your kiddos there! We have classes for ages 3 - middle school.

If you are sending them and haven't signed them up online yet, here's the link: http://www.orcministries.org/forms. Printed sign ups will be available for you to fill out at dropoff.

Guidelines for Wednesday
*Masks are required
*To the best of our ability, we will be using larger spaces in the church so students can social distance and be 6 feet apart. Smaller classrooms will be limited to no more than 10 people.
*Large group time for JOC, Gems, and Cadets must take place outside.
*No Adult Choir at this time.
*No snacks
*No meals
*Parents must pre-register online or register in person.
*All students must check-in at a table under the West canopy before entering.
*Parents can pick up their children under the West canopy.
*Kids Club, Gems & Cadets will meet from 6:30 - 7:30
*JOC (middle schoolers) will meet @ The Hall from 6:30 - 8:00

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we begin our Fall programs. Please pray that God will be glorified and our children and youth will grow into a deeper relationship with Christ.

This is a page on the Overisel Reformed Church website. Check it out!

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If your child will be attending Kids Club, GEMS, Cadets, or Jars of Clay on Wednesday nights, you will need to register them online. Here's the link to sign them up: http://www.orcministries.org/forms

Go tohttps://s3.amazonaws.com/media.cloversites.com/99/991a977e-29e1-4352-b193-d4a39de47175/documents/Fall_Program_Guidelines_1_.pdf to see the most current Fall Education Guidelines. There will be copies on the bulletin tables.

Sunday worship:
9:30 am - "Who's the Real Enemy?" is the message that Pastor Ken Kleinheksel will be sharing this week.The scripture he'll be using is Ephesians 6:10-13.

End of service - 11:15 - Sunday School and Small Groups.

5:00 pm - Revolution in the sanctuary. In order to better distance, we are moving Revolution into the sanctuary for the time being. Everyone is welcome to join us. We will meet until 6 with Revolution and then high school small group time for Rolling Stones will take place around the church. RS will wrap up around 7 pm.

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10/12/2020

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10/09/2020
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**The new tentative start dates for activities are as follows:

Sunday, Oct 18—Sunday School, Revolution, Rolling Stones Wednesday, Oct 21—Wednesday night activities

If your child will be attending Kids Club, GEMS, Cadets, or Jars of Clay on Wednesday nights, you will need to register them online. Here's the link to sign them up: http://www.orcministries.org/forms

Sunday, Oct 11 worship:
9:30 am - Pastor Ken Gentzler will be preaching part 2 of "Wise Up" taken from Proverbs 2:6-22.

There is no Revolution or Rolling Stones this week.

This is a page on the Overisel Reformed Church website. Check it out!

10/02/2020

Preaching @ 9:30am this week and next week is Pastor Ken Gentzler. Ken is the Director of Spiritual Care at Holland Rescue Mission. His message is titled "Wise Up" with scripture from Proverbs 2:1-5. We will be celebrating World Wide Communion.

We once again remind you of the importance of following safety precautions as you attend worship. These include the following:

At a minimum, please wear masks as you enter and exit the Sanctuary. We continue to recommend that people wear masks throughout the service.

Please observe social distancing in the church lobby and take seats in the sanctuary when you get to church.

Family groups should keep a distance of at least 6 feet from other family groups within the pews.

Ushers will bring people into the sanctuary before the service and will release us after the service to reduce “bunching” in the aisles. You are more than welcome to enjoy fellowship after the service, but please move outside to talk.

We will continue to have the “Mask Required” section on the east side (Praise Band side) of the Sanctuary, with parking available on the east side of the church.

The service will continue to be simulcast in the Family Life Center, where tables will be set up 8 feet apart.

The service will also continue to be livestreamed for those choosing to worship at home, so please do what you feel is best for your family.

The new tentative start dates for activities are as follows:
Sunday, Oct 18 - Sunday school, Revolution, and Rolling Stones
Wednesday, Oct 21 - Wednesday night activities

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09/28/2020

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Address

4706 142nd Ave
Holland, MI
49423

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 14:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 14:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 14:00
Thursday 09:00 - 14:00
Friday 09:00 - 14:00
Sunday 09:00 - 18:00

Telephone

(269) 751-8744

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