"Comfort ye, comfort ye my people"  - Isaiah 40:1  

Byron Center

Protestant Reformed Church

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About Us

Who We Are

Byron Center Protestant Reformed Church was organized officially on October 20, 1983. Byron Center PRC is a part of Protestant Reformed Churches denomination. The Protestant Reformed Churches are a denomination of 31 churches and over 7800 members in the United States and Canada. Founded as a separate denomination of Reformed churches in 1924, the PRC stand in the tradition of the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. Their origin as a denomination was the doctrinal controversy over "common grace" within the Christian Reformed Church in the early 1920s, occasioned by that church's adoption of the doctrine of common grace as official church dogma. The result of the controversy was that several ministers with their congregations were put out of the Christian Reformed Church. These men then established the Protestant Reformed Churches (PRC) on the basis of the truth of God's sovereign, particular grace in Jesus Christ as taught in Scripture.


Byron Center PRC's History

History of the Protestant Reformed Denomination

Our Pastor - Rev. Audred Spriensma

General Information

Order of Worship

Prelude

Call to Worship/Silent Prayer

*Doxology (Song of Praise) - "Praise God From Whom All Blessing Flows"

*Votum and Salutation

*Congregational Singing

Reading of Law and Summary - AM

*Apostle's Creed (Unison) - PM

*Congregational Singing

Congregational Prayer

Offeratory

*Congregational Singing

Reading of Scripture

Preaching of the Gospel

*Congregational Singing

*Doxology - AM #197; PM #196

*Blessing

Postlude


Song Service is held at 4:45 pm on the first Sunday 

of every month as a prelude to the worship service.


An asterisk (*) denotes congregation standing