Our monthly Fellowship Dinner will follow our morning worship on Sunday, January 13, and we’re looking forward to our first meal in our new location. Please note the following suggestions from the Fellowship Coordinators: 1) Due to limited oven space we encourage the use of crock-pots, roaster ovens, self-heating appliances, etc. Or have your meal heated at home and bring in an insulated carrier. 2) To keep kitchen congestion to a minimum please have your main dishes and sides as…
Our Wednesday night study will start up on January 9. We’ll be looking at Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert by Rosario Butterfield. For the first study, read the foreword and acknowledgements. The discussion questions are available in this PDF.
Due to the Christmas Program at Harbor Tower, there will be no Sunday Evening hymns/study on Dec. 9.
In 2019 we will change our worship location to the Wallin Funeral Chapel, at 1811 NE 16th Ave in Oak Habor (also known as West Cemetery Road). Sunday worship times remain the same: 10:30am for morning worship and 6pm for evening singing and study.
The Christmas Litany will be Sunday, December 23 at 6:00pm at the SDA building. We will have special music, Scripture readings, and poetry. Let Pastor Van Kooten know if you would like to participate.
Our annual Christmas Program will take place at the Harbor Tower retirement center on Sunday, December 9 at 2:30pm, which will include special music and readings. If you would like to contribute some special music to this program, contact Pastor Van Kooten.
Tis the season again! Come and enjoy fellowship, fun, and food. Please bring your favorite hors d’oeuvre, finger food, or appetizer for the festive buffet table! Participate in the gift exchange game by bringing one gift per guest ($20 max, no alcohol please). December 7, 2018 at 7pm (6:30 punchbowl) at the deRu residence RSVP to Jenee Van Kooten or Jill Huston.
October 28, 2018 ~ 10:30 AM Worship Service, followed by German style meal, then our Reformation Program, topped off with dessert. Enjoy delicious traditional German cuisine. Participate with your own presentation, skit, music, ect… Learn about this most important era in church history: the conception and effects of Protestantism. Invite your family, friends and neighbors!! Dress the part and come in costume! Attend as an historical figure from that era (optional). Please visit the sign-up sheets in the foyer (or…
Instead of our regular Sunday Evening study on 9/2, we’ll join the Kent OPC campout at Camp Casey in Coupeville for a devotional and hymn sing around the fire at 6pm.
The annual church picnic will be on Saturday, July 28 at 2:30pm at the Lunz resort on Lake Campbell in Anacortes. Bring your own meat to grill and a side or dessert to share, along with towels, swimsuits, chairs, etc. to enjoy the beach and the water.