Examined by Classis Central Ontario of June 11, 2010 and declared eligible for call: Ryan Kampen.
Beginning on July 4th, 2010, the worship services of the Aldergrove Canadian Reformed Church will be held at 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the facilities of the Langley Canadian Reformed Church. By September, 2010, they hope to be holding services at 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. in their own new church building located at 2469 267 street, Aldergrove.
Accepted the call to the Providence Canadian Reformed Church of Hamilton, ON: the Rev. Dr. J. Smith of the Free Reformed Church of Albany, Western Australia, to be set aside as a professor of Old Testament at the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary.
New e-mail address for Carman West: carmanwestclerk at gmail dot com The regular snail mail address remains the same: Box 2009, Carman, MB R0G 0J0
Called by the Providence Canadian Reformed Church of Hamilton, ON: the Rev. Dr. J. Smith of the Free Reformed Church of Albany, Western Australia, to be set aside as a professor of Old Testament at the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary.
Called by the Spring Creek Canadian Reformed Church of Tintern, ON: Rev. P. H. Holtvlüwer of Carman East, MB.
Declined the call to the church of Chatham, ON: Rev. C. Bouwman of Yarrow, BC.
Declined the call to St. Albert, AB: Rev. J. VanWoudenberg of Guelph, ON.
Declined the call by the Free Reformed Church of Armadale, WA, to Lae, PNG, as missionary: Rev. H. Alkema of Houston, BC.
In preparation for General Synod Burlington Ebenezer 2010 a prayer service has been called by the consistory of Ebenezer church. This prayer service will be held on Monday, May 10, 2010, at 8:00pm at the Ebenezer Canadian Reformed Church on Dynes Road to pray the Lord for His blessing on this synod. Rev. D.J.G. Agema will lead the service. There will be an opportunity to meet the delegates and to socialize after the service.
Called by the church of Chatham, ON: Rev. C. Bouwman of Yarrow, BC.
Declined the call to the church of Vernon, BC: Rev D. de Boer of Dunnville, ON.
Rev. Wes L. Bredenhof has been awarded a Doctor of Theology degree, following the successful defence of his dissertation, For the Cause of the Son of God: The Missiological Relevance of the Belgic Confession. The defence took place on April 9, 2010, and the degree was awarded by Reformation International Theological Seminary. The dissertation challenges the negative judgements of many theologians and church historians concerning the missiological relevance of the Belgic Confession. Rev. Bredenhof also examines the missiological relevance of the Belgic Confession for the twenty-first century.
Called by the the church of St. Albert, AB: Rev J. VanWoudenberg of Guelph, ON.
Examined by Classis Ontario West on March 24, 2010 and received consent to speak an edifying word in the churches (C.O. Art. 21), effective May 2010, upon successful completion of the current academic year: Students Abel Pol, Steve Vandevelde, and Ted VanSpronsen.