PRC History Class This Summer
Prof. D. Kuiper is teaching a special Protestant Reformed Church history class this summer that is open to members and friends of the PRC. As the 100th anniversary of the PRC approaches (1925-2025), he is treating the first twenty-five years (1924-1949) this summer.
Two of the classes have been held now (July 6 and 13), with four more planned (July 20, August 10, 17, and 24). They are being held at Southwest PRC, just down the hill from the seminary, at 4875 Ivanrest Ave SW, Wyoming, MI 49418. The classes begin at 7:30 p.m. each night.
Photo of the first class of July 6, which was held at Grandville PRC (MI). Subsequent classes are being held at Southwest PRC in Wyoming, MI
Here is the layout of the classes as planned:
July 6 - The Dutch Reformed Family Tree (1857-1922)
July 13 - The Birth of the PRCA (1924-1925)
July 20 - The PRCA in the Roaring Twenties (1925-1929)
August 10 - The PRCA in the Depression years (1930s)
August 17 - The PRCA in the War Years (1940s)
August 24 - Classis East and Classis West (1940s)
If you are in the West Michigan area and interested in the class, please join us. Classes start at 7:30 p.m. each night and last for about an hour and 15 minutes.