Reverend Dr. Robert L. Gram, LCSW, Pastor

Welcome to the Hurley Reformed Church's web page. We invite you to come and join us in worship and fellowship in Christ's name.

Our mission is to serve Christ by serving our community and the world, inviting all people to share God's love.

Through our worship, education, fellowship and service we are to nurture God's people in their faith, develop their gifts of the Spirit and equip them to go forth and share the gospel of God's love in Christ Jesus.

To assure that this fellowship remains a vital force in our daily lives and in our community we faithfully commit the time, talent and treasures that God has entrusted to us.

 

Holy Week Schedule

 Holy Week 

April 1          Maundy Thursday Evening Worship at 7:00

Chancel Drama:  “I Am Peter”

April 2         Good Friday Services at noon

Fair Street Reformed Church

April 4         Easter Dawn at 6:30am in the sanctuary

Led by the Youth Group

Easter Breakfast at 7:30

Schadewald Hall

Adults:  $6.00; Children (under 10):  $3.00

Easter Morning Worship

9:30am and 11:00am   

 

Alleluia!

 

Palm Sunday

Contemporary Praise

and Worship

Featuring

Bobby Stillwell and Steve Atwood of

“The Stillwell Project”

Palm Sunday

March 28, 2010

6:00pm

Hurley Reformed Church

Teaching and Preaching by

Rev. Dr. Robert L. Gram

 

 

A Taste of Italy

 A Regional Tasting of Italy

Annual Italian Night

February 13, 2010

4:30pm until 7:30pm

Adult:  $10.00; Child:  $8.00 (under 12 yrs)

Call 331-4121 for reservations!

Haiti Earthquake Relief

Our January Missions collections will be designated for the Haiti Earthquake Disaster Relief.  If you would like to contribute checks should be made out to "Hurley Reformed Church" and earmarked "Haiti Earthquake."

Happy New Year!

 What You Do . . .

What you do, may you [always] do and never abandon.

But with swift pace, light step,

unswerving feet,

so that even your steps stir up no dust,

may you go forward

securely, joyfully, and swiftly,

on the path of prudent happiness,

not believing anything,

not agreeing with anything

that would dissuade you from this resolution

or that would place a stumbling block for you on the way,

so that you may offer your vows to the Most High

in the pursuit of that perfection

to which the Spirit of the Lord has called you.

*Saint Clare of Assisi from her second letter to Blessed Agnes of Prague

 

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