Worship God – Know Christ – Live by the Spirit
Palmerston Christian Reformed Church strives to be a church community that nurtures disciples for Christ, through the working of the Holy Spirit, for the glory of God.
Apart – but worshipping together
Regretfully, but with a sense that this is the proper and appropriate response, the executive of Palmerston CRC has made the decision to cancel Sunday morning and evening services at Palmerston CRC until further notice.
We are taking this action in order to join local and global efforts to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. While this is a difficult decision we trust that our members will understand that it is important to cooperate with local authorities to reduce risk to human life.
Please monitor this website for updates, or contact your community care group leaders for more information.
April 1, 2020. The Wednesday Word
Today we start a new feature called The Wednesday Word which is a short video message brought to you by Pastor Andrew deGelder. We trust that you will find encouragement and hope through these words. Click here
March 29, 2020
This Sunday’s message is based on Psalm 91 – Dwelling in the Shelter of the Most High. Brittany Heikamp, John Katerberg and Ken Labbe join the service today with an offering of music, and Brittany also reads the story of Lazarus for the younger children. We trust you will be blessed as you worship together from your own location.
Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving for the Life of Henry Westendorp.
On March 15, 2020, Henry Westendorp, a long-time member of Palmerston CRC passed away at the age of 77. The funeral service was held on Saturday March 21, 2020, and because of the COVID-19 pandemic only family members were in attendance. A video of the service is available here
March 22, 2020
For this Sunday’s sermon, Pastor Andrew breaks from the Lenten series on the Seven Deadly Sins and preaches about how fear can lead us to a time of spiritual growth as with the account of the disciples in a boat in the storm as recorded in Mark 4:35-41. This message is available as an audio file or video.
March 15, 2020
Last night Pastor Andrew recorded the next sermon in the Lenten series on the Seven Deadly Sins. This sermon is titled: “Gluttony” and is available as an audio file or as a video. Please follow the links below to your choice.
SAVE THE DATE!
On Saturday, May 23, 2020 Palmerston Christian Reformed Church will be hosting a free concert by Jeremy Benjamin.
The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. and while there is no admission charge, there will be a door collection with 80% of the proceeds going to the Beauty for Ashes Transformation House (BATH) in Arthur. BATH’s purpose is “to provide a sanctuary, a safe space for women voluntarily transitioning out of human trafficking, the sex trade and addiction into a stable lifestyle, working alongside already existing long term community programs.”
Please join us for an evening of music and celebration in support of a meaningful and worthy ministry.
For more information about BATH, please follow this link
Sunday morning worship
From September until the end of April, our Sunday mornings begin with church education classes from 9:30-10:15 a.m. Classes are available for everyone from Grade 1 and up. Our morning worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. During the service, children ages 3-8 have an opportunity to participate in Children’s Worship. (From May through August, there are no church education classes and our morning worship service begins at 10:00 a.m.) Our evening worship service is held at 7:00 p.m. all year long, except on the Sundays of long weekends when we generally do not have an evening service. Orders of worship for our Sunday services can be found on the Worship Services page as well as an audio recording of the morning service. Full bulletins and newsletters are available for members here (password required).
We are located at 400 White’s Road in Palmerston, Ontario. Palmerston is at the south end of the town of Minto in the northern part of Wellington County and is approximately 60 km northwest of Kitchener-Waterloo.
If you wish to get in contact with us, there are a number of options on the Contact Us page.