Click here to see the new website of the Lynden American Reformed Church, Lynden, WA.
A new Canadian Reformed Church was started for the West side of Guelph with approximately 170 members coming out of the Emmanuel Church. Four elders and two deacons were ordained on March 27. On April 3 the first worship services were held in the gym at Cornerstone Christian School (108 Forest Street). Sunday services are at the Cornerstone School, 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
By God’s grace and providence, the Council of the London Pilgrim Canadian Reformed Church wish to announce that we are moving to a new place of worship, starting on May 1, 2011. Our new church building will be located at 266 High Street in London. Our worship times will be staying the same, and more information of our move, including a map, can be found on our website at www.londoncanrc.org.
Examined by Classis Ontario West of March 23, 2011 and granted permission to speak an edifying word in the churches: Student David Winkel.
With gratitude, Grand Valley expects to begin having its worship services in its newly added auditorium on March 20, 2011. The address, and the times for the services, are as noted in the Yearbook.
Declined the call to the Canadian Reformed Church at Carman East, MB: Rev. R. Eikelboom of Launceston, Tasmania (FRCA).
Declined the call to the American Reformed Church of Grand Rapids, MI: Rev. C. Bouwman of Yarrow, BC.
Declined the call to the Abbotsford Canadian Reformed Church: Rev. M. Jagt of Taber, AB.
Called by the Canadian Reformed Church at Carman East: Rev. R.J. Eikelboom of the Free Reformed Church at Launceston, Tasmania.
Called by the American Reformed Church of Grand Rapids, MI: Rev. C. Bouwman of Yarrow, BC.
Called by the Abbotsford Canadian Reformed Church: Rev. Marc Jagt of Taber, AB.
Declined the call to the Eben-Ezer Canadian Reformed Church of Chatham, ON: Rev. D. de Boer of Dunnville, ON.
Declined the call to the Free Reformed Church of Albany, Western Australia: Rev. H. Alkema of Houston, BC.
Sustained his ordination exam at the Classis Manitoba of December 10, 2010: Candidate Ryan Kampen.