YP Kick-Off!!


Sunday, August 26 for Middle & High Schoolers

There will be a cookout and games at the Te Beest’s.  W7171 Cortes Rd. Waupun WI.

NEED A RIDE??  Don plans to leave church at 4:30 – catch a ride with him.

Or young people can go directly to the Te Beests and be there by 5.

The youth should bring food to share.






downloadThe KIDS are excited to show you what they have been doing this week!  Songs, crafts, and more.    Come and see them perform.                        Refreshments will be served following the program.

Faith Community Church – 401 Stone Street         Beaver Dam, WI

Concert & Ice Cream Social!


The Assemblymen Gospel Quartet will be in concert here at Faith Community on Sunday, June 3rd, 6:00 p.m. Their music is much like you see and hear on the Gaither Homecoming programs or recordings. Please plan to come, and invite your friends to this evening which will “bring a smile to your face and gladness to your heart.”

A freewill offering will be received for expenses.

Also an Ice Cream Social will be held following the concert.

Celebration of Life

10501963_300x300_1James L. Dykstra, age 65, of Reeseville, died Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at Beaver Dam Hospital in Beaver Dam.

There will be a memorial gathering at Faith Community Church, 401 Stone Street in Beaver Dam, on Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 12:00 noon to 2:50 p.m. A memorial service will follow at church on Thursday beginning at 3:00 p.m. with Rev. Larry Meyer officiating. Burial will be in Reeseville Cemetery.

James was born on June 13, 1952 in Sheldon, Iowa to Frank and Aletha (Luitjens) Dykstra. On May 25, 1974, he was united in marriage with Joan Tamminga in Friesland, Wisconsin. Jim was a graduate of South Dakota State University Pharmacy School. In 1976, he purchased Abel Drug Store in Reeseville, which became Village Pharmacy, and he was the area pharmacist until he retired in November of 2014. Jim loved his Lord, loved his family and friends, and loved to fish. He was a member of Faith Community Church in Beaver Dam.

Survivors include his wife, Joan Dykstra of Reeseville; two children, Joshua (Shanna) Dykstra of Mayville and Jill Dykstra of Israel; three grandchildren, Julian, Laci, and Tessa Dykstra; his mother, Aletha Dykstra of Colorado Springs, CO; his sister, Pat (Wayne) DeKam of Colorado Springs, CO; sisters-in-law, Joyce Van Buren of Brandon and June Tamminga of Friesland; special friends, Abby and Emma Kooiman; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, Frank Dykstra.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in James Dykstra’s name to Faith Community Christian Reformed Church, memo: Jill Dykstra Israel.