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LOCAL CHURCH EVENTS: 
FAMILY MEAL
Potluck style 1rst & 3rd Sabbaths of the month right after the service. All are welcome to stay for lunch and fellowship. Hosts & Hostesses appreciate your contributions to our meal.

Future Themes:
Oct 21: Harvest Favorites
Nov 4: Italian Favorites
Nov 18: Thanksgiving Favorites
Dec 2: Holiday Favorites
Dec 16: Christmas Brunch

CHRIST OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS CLASS
Sabbath afternoons - meets on non-potluck days after church close to 1pm in the children's playroom. On Potluck Sabbath we will meet at 1:30.  Anyone interested is always welcome.  The time includes reading, questions, & discussion.  We will stick to 1 hour each time.  If you have questions, call Lorraine Anderson, 503-six9five-3four7five. 

SUNDAY MORNING BASKETBALL
8-9:30 am - In the gym. Teens will need a parental permission slip signed for them to participate. 

PRECEPT
Tues., 6:30 pm 

PRAYER WARRIORS
Wed. 10:30 am @ Al Schosnig's Home
Wed, 7 pm @ Lorraine Anderson's Home

HEART HELP
Wed, 7 pm contact the church office for more info.

PATHFINDERS: "THE MULTNOMAH GUARDIANS"
Thurs., 6:30 pm 

CHOIR PRACTICE
Fri., 7 pm 

SEPT STEW POT
"Debt Free by 35" - Read it online here 

LIFE LINE SCREENING
Oct. 30, Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings, is pleased to offer a preventive health event at Healing Hope Seventh-Day Adventist Fellowship. Five screenings will be offered that scan for potential health problems ! related to: blocked arteries which is a leading cause of stroke; abdominal aortic aneurysms which can lead to a ruptured aorta; hardening of the arteries in the legs which is a strong predictor of heart disease; atrial fibrillation or irregular heart beat which is closely tied to stroke risk; and a bone density screening, for men and women, used to assess the risk of osteoporosis. Register for a Wellness Package which includes 4 vascular tests and osteoporosis screening from $149 ($139 with our member discount). All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to complete. There are three ways to register for this event and to receive a $10 discount off any package priced above $129, please call toll-free 1-888-653-6441 or visit our website or text the word circle to 797979  


AREA NEWS:   Back to Top
EMBRACE THE HOPE
Nov. 5, 11:30 am Take Heart Ministry is hosting "Embrace the Hope" the first Sunday of November. This event is for those who have suffered loss - the loss of a loved one, divorce, health, or financial loss – it you're hurting, or want to be there for someone who is, this event is for you! Catered lunch, a program designed especially for you, music, resources and connections. Come join us and hear Pastor Tony and Sayuri Rodriguez share and encourage us as we near the holidays.   

ADVENTIST HOMESCHOOL/PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOIR
Rockwood Adventist homeschool choir "Reflections" is starting their new season! If you know of an Adventist student who is homeschooled (or attends a public school), ages 12-19, who would like to join our spiritually uplifting and fun group, please call Brenda Zollbrecht at 503-805-5407 ASAP! Practices have started! The choir practices at Rockwood Adventist Church on Wednesday afternoons from 3:30-5:30pm. The choir director is Calvin Knipschild, who also directs the men's singing group Christian Edition.   


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
As you may have heard, Better Life TV is morphing into Redeem International. As our mandate and scope expands, we are in greater need of volunteers to support us. Currently, we need assistance with audio editing, closed caption, and master control for internet radio. Should you have a willingness to serve and some computer skills, we need you! Please call Gia at 541-474-3089 to learn more about this opportunity to bless and be blessed.   

PROJECT PATCH WEEKEND SESSIONS
Oct 19-22, 2017 • Goldendale, WA. Get-away-to-Connect before your school year starts. At Project Patch, we have two upcoming sessions. We host a great weekend experience that will guide families through activities and lessons that help the entire family understand one another, communicate better, have productive conflict, teach through mistakes and most importantly, stop the family crazy cycle. These are fun, active weekends with great food, fun challenges and best of all, away from distractions that make it hard to connect. Book at www.thefamilyexperience.org   

AIRING ON OPB
Life on the Line” is an inspiring series about people who don’t give up despite life’s toughest challenges. The third season of “Life on the Line,” Loma Linda University Health's national TV show, is now airing on public television station OPB Plus on Tuesdays, 12:30 pm from 1:00 pm. Check your channel listing for OPB Plus. Learn more  Viewers can find their station here  

FREE MUSIC LESSONS
Wednesdays,  5 - 7 pm • Lents Adventist Church Activity Center. Learn to play the hand bells and stringed instruments for FREE! Call 503-774-7290 and leave a message. Make A Joyful Noise Unto the Lord!

FAMILY FRIENDLY COMMUNITY EVENTS
Looking for family friendly community events/happenings? Click here

WOULD YOU LIKE TO GIVE BACK TO YOUR COMMUNITY?
Adventist Medical Center Portland (AMCP) is looking for volunteers who can help us fulfill our mission “to be the human expression of the healing ministry of Jesus Christ”. Our volunteers play an important role in delivering mission-focused care to our patients and visitors. With a commitment of as little as 4 hours a week you can make a difference in the lives of the people in our community. To learn more, visit AdventistHealth.org/NW/Volunteer or call 503-two51-6114

MAKE A DIFFERENCE AS A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER
Did you know that hospice is also about living life? Make a difference. Adventist Hospice patients need your gift of a little time as a Volunteer! Good with tools, play an instrument, like to garden, or play cards? Does it feed you to make people feel better? Help me match you with a waiting need. Caregivers need breaks to “recharge” their energies to tend to their loved one. Hospice patients with no family, especially, are greatly moved by your presence. You will be treated as an Employee of Adventist Hospice and held with the honor that you deserve. If you feel called, please contact the Adventist Health Hospice Volunteer Coordinator at (503) two51-6192 to learn more about the application process!

PACS VOLUNTEERS URGENTLY NEEDED:
- PACS (Portland Adventist Community Services) has an urgent need for volunteers in the food pantry, thrift store, and health clinic (specific clinic needs include MDs/NPs who can see patients, and a pharmacist). Apply online or call 503-two52-8500 for more info.

ONLINE LIVE INTERACTIVE BIBLE STUDIES:
Dr. Harold Lee & Dr. Carl Parker are having an on-going interactive Bible study on Thursdays @ 7 pm. You are invited to join the study here.

HOPE WITH A HEART:
Living Hope International has served warm breakfasts every Sunday morning to 300-400 homeless in O’Bryant Square in downtown Portland since 1994. They also provide clothing, bedding and hygiene supplies through a surplus program, plus many individual donations. Free health screening and education has been provided once a month since 1998 through Adventist Health Healthvan, offering physician visits, blood pressure checks, health information, flu shots and diabetes and cholesterol checks. Living Hope is always looking for volunteers to help cook and serve breakfast. If you would like to volunteer, meet at O’Bryant square on Washington St. in downtown Portland at 7 am Sunday morning. Counts towards volunteer service hours for students at PAA.

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OREGON CONFERENCE NEWS:     Back to Top
For a complete listing of events happening in the Oregon Churches, go to the conference website and click on the link for upcoming events.

NPUC CREATION RESOURCE CENTER
The North Pacific Union Conference Creation Study Center exists to provide creation resources; coordinate study programs; plan field trips for pastors, teachers and students; present weekend creation seminars at Northwest churches; and visit academies and elementary schools for science presentations and weeks of prayer. For more information contact Dr. Stan Hudson or his assistant Marella Rudebaugh at 360/857-7037. http://www.npuc.org/departments/creation.   

DO YOU HAVE A STORY OF STEWARDSHIP TO SHARE?
The Oregon Conference Media Center is looking to create a video series of stewardship stories. We are looking for all kinds of stories that are related to stewardship. They do not have to be stories from just within the Oregon Conference. Send us names and contact information of individuals that you think have a great stewardship story to tell. Once we receive a list of potential stories we will make a quick phone call to them and get the gist of the story and then we will choose the stories that would be best to pursue at this point. We would then set up a time to do a video interview and some re-enactment. Thank you for sending us the story leads you know of. We are entrusted by God with everything we have on this earth. We are responsible to Him for their proper use. We hope by telling peoples stewardship stories that more people can receive the outpouring of blessings from God. Send story leads to the Oregon Conference Media Center, Director J.C. Munoz 

MEMBER MINISTRIES
Visit the Oregon Conference’s Member Ministries website and see the vast array of ministries in our department. Hopefully it will make it easier for you to find resources. You will find new info on GLOW and our Bible Worker Trainer program, and more direct links to other resources. You can check the site out here

SUBSCRIBE TO NAD NEWSPOINTS
Subscribe to NAD NewsPoints, your official North American Division news source for ministry stories, breaking news, announcements, evangelism news, re- sources, and video devotionals.

PARENT TALK
Listen daily, 1-2 p.m.

ADVENTIST SINGLE ADULT MINISTRIES EVENTS:
Website/download flyers. Click on Church Life Button, then to Adventist Singles Button.


SCHOOL NEWS:      Back to Top
HOOD VIEW FALL FESTIVAL
Oct 29, 1-5pm  @ Hoodview Junior Academy  


CONCERTS:       Back to Top
 
Oct 28, 7 pm. at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 300 N Winning Way, Portland. Featuring: Skillet, Britt Nicole, Colton Dixon, Tauren Wells, & Gawvi. More info and/or tickets 

WINTER JAM    
Nov. 17, 7 pm. @ the Moda Center. Artists: Lecrae, Mac Powell from 3rd Day, Andy Mineo, Building 429, Family Force 5, Newsong, Moriah Peters presenting Trala, & Nick Hall.  Doors open, 6 pm. $15 donation at the door. No tickets required.  

104.1 THE FISH CONCERT SCHEDULE
Check the concert schedule here   



EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:      Back to Top
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
(Full-time, non-exempt) The Oregon Conference is seeking a candidate with a passion for serving others and who has excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong computer skills, organized, and can keep sensitive matters confidential. The primary responsibilities will involve general executive assistant duties, assistance with various committee meetings, and other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Administration. – Read the full job description.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR
(Full-time, non-exempt) The Education Department of the Oregon Conference is seeking a candidate to provide a unique ministry that trains our students to get involved in community outreach and strengthens the relationship between our schools and churches. The primary responsibilities would be developing within the K-12 students in the Oregon Conference a working knowledge of how to best reach their community with the Good News of the Gospel by training students, scheduling outreach opportunities with the area pastors, and setting goals and guidelines to continued success. 
                                                                                               – Read the full job description

BUS DRIVER MEADOW GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Hours: 25 hours per week, Monday-Friday
Rate of Pay: $16/hr
Required: CDL with passenger endorsement; cleared background check with the Oregon Conference of SDA

This is a part-time position to transport students to and from various locations throughout the Vancouver and surrounding communities. Benefits include accrued sick leave & vacation time and retirement benefits.  Please submit resume with three references to Gail Roberts, Office Manager via email or contact the school at 360-687-5121 for a full job description.

(2) GOODS PROCESSING SUPERVISORS
PACS (Portland Adventist Community Services) is seeking TWO part-time Goods Processing Supervisors to supervise volunteers and oversee processing of goods donated to the thrift store. Must be able to lift 25+ lbs. Please email resume to Paul Cole or mail to 11020 NE Halsey St, Portland, OR 97220

ADVENTIST VOLUNTEER SERVICES

SOCIETY OF ADVENTIST COMMUNICATORS

ADVENTIST EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT

ADVENTIST HEALTH
Job hunting? Adventist Health has several positions open right now. You can search the available positions at the Adventist Health website. Just visit  AdventistHealthNW.com


CLASSIFIEDS:      Back to Top
ED CLARK CONSTRUCTION
I am Licensed and Bonded -- Residential General Contractor in the state of Oregon. Additions, Remodels, Kitchens, Baths, Windows ,Siding , Repairs and Handy-man work. ( Free Bids ) Construction Contractors Board--( CCB ) #59334,---Office #(503)--2five4-33two8---- Cell # (503)-3two0-719four

LIVING WELL BISTRO
Features local, organic and sustainable foods bursting with flavor. You’ll find a fresh twist on a delicious plant-based hearty menu, filled with the best produce of the season. There’s a wide selection of menu options, including gluten free. Where is this place? In the pavilion of Adventist Medical Center! For more info, phone 503-2six1-442two.


SERVING YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS
in the tri-county area, The BIL Team consisting of BIL Willis and Rhonda Reedy have a combined real estate experience of 60+ years serving our residential clients. If you are thinking about purchasing a home or have one to sell, we can help! We can be reached at ERA Freeman & Associates 503-6six5-314four or check us out on our website

TEREAU ART
Need some art work done? Mark has been creating art since grade school, over 40 years ago. If you need almost any kind of artwork created, just give Mark a call @ 971-2two1-686four. View some of the art he has done. Mark is willing to negotiate prices.

Mark says, “I'm available to create art anytime except Sabbath hours and I have few classes. One on Tuesday nights and one on Wednesday nights and one on Sabbath morning. I am a member of two choirs, one on Monday nights and one on Friday nights. If I get a job, that will limit my available hours, also.”


 
The Wildwood Lifestyle Programs are designed to help you reverse lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, arthritis, stress and depression.  It will also help you shed pounds, increase your energy, boost your immune system and fight cancer. To invest in your health call 1-800-634-9355, or visit www.wildwoodhealth.com

SKILLED LABOR & CONSTRUCTION PERSONNEL IN OR & SW WA
We are a no-fee company! You do not pay us a single penny; we are paid by the contractors. Our company is a leader in providing quality labor, and we have an extremely high success rate of helping workers find employment.

Our primary shifts available are during the day, but some night and weekend shifts are also available. Assignments can be as short as one day or as long as six months—it all depends on the individual needs of our contractor clients. Permanent assignments are available as well. Employment Application


 

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