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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.

Themes:
April 21 -  Italian
May 5 - Mexican
May 19 - Mother’s Favorites
June 2 - Mediterranean
June 16 - Father’s Favorites

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.  For questions, call Lorraine Anderson, 503-six9five-3four7five. 

FOUNDATIONS OF JESUS FOLLOWING
Sabbath afternoons - Curious about joining the church to follow Jesus, or being baptized? Join us in the Pastor's office every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the month from 1-2 pm to eat snacks, discuss faith, & learn key skills so you can live faith. 

SUNDAY MORNING BASKETBALL
8:30-10:00 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. - On break until Sept 2018

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

CHOIR PRACTICE
Fri., 7 pm 

FEBRUARY STEW POT
"Presidential Stewardship" - Read it online here 


AREA NEWS:   Back to Top
MEMORIAL SERVICE
April 22, 4pm for J. Renee Augustine (Geppert) in the Lents Church Sanctuary.  A light supper reception will follow in the Lents Activity Center.  (Address for the church and activity center:  8835 SE Woodstock Avenue, Portland, OR  97266)

HANDS-ON GARDENING WORKSHOP
April 22, 9am-5pm Learn techniques guaranteed to grow a robust garden of healing foods, high in nutrients which are so lacking in today's produce. Learn how to plant a tree using methods first introduced by Ellen White. Lynn Hoag of SunCountryGardens.com, has made a lifetime study of these principles and will present a wealth of information so you too can grow your ideal garden! Bring a shovel, garden rake, brown bag lunch, and be prepared for a lot of fun!  Kids welcome!
Where: Vancouver Community Adventist Church, 9711 NE St Johns Rd. Vancouver Wash. Sunday, April 22 from 9-5. FREE if you bring a non-Adventist friend! For information and to register by April 8, email Marilyn.Puccinelli@gmail.com or call 360-609-1461. See you there!
 

WWU HOMECOMING WEEKEND
April 26-29, Alumni and friends of WWU are invited to Homecoming Weekend. We’ve planned more than 50 events especially for you, including a banquet celebrating our core theme of generosity in service, educational seminars, a special PRISM concert, a Bowers Hall open house, and an Alleluias and Meditations concert Sabbath evening. A full list of events and registration information is available at wallawalla.edu/homecoming or by calling (800) 377-2586

ICC 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
April 28, 3 pm International Children’s Care cordially invites you to attend a special 40th anniversary program at the Meadow Glade church in Battle Ground, Washington. This inspirational program will feature testimonies from ICC children, a special video presentation of ICC founders, Ken and Alcyon Fleck, as well as music and much more

FIRST FRIDAY @ AMC
May 4, 7:15 pm - Featuring the Sharon SDA Church Praise Team and inspirational thought from Pastor Garth Dottin.

THE STONES THAT CRY OUT SERIES
May 7-12 - Each evening's meeting will start at 7:00 pm with May 12's meeting beginning oat 11:00 am. Speaker Daegeuk Nam, has taught the Old Testament and biblical Archaeology for more than three decades at Sahmyook University, Seoul, Korea. He received the Th.D. degree in biblical studies from Andrews University and served as the president of Sahmyook University. He has authored some twenty books and contributed hundreds of articles to both professional journals and magazines. Currently, he serves as an adjunct professor of Andrews University for the Asian countries. Stone Tower Adventist Church is located at 3010 NE Holladay St. Portland, Ore. For more infomation call, 503-232-6018.

OTHER HAPPENINGS AROUND THE AREA
Find other happenings in this area here.

LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE
Lifestyle Magazine is a half hour television talk show focused on living a full, healthy and balanced life.  It is the second longest show on air after “Meet the Press.”  The show features panel discussions, interviews and demonstration segments focused on whole life health, which includes fitness, nutrition, relationships, outlook and more ways to promote overall health.  This multiple award-winning show reaches a wide age demographic and covers a wide variety of topics and was recently voted a Top 20 brand influencer for health & fitness on Twitter (above Shape Magazine, GQ and more) by analyst group Onalytica. The award winning “Lifestyle Magazine” can be seen on the NRB network on DirectTV on Tuesdays at 4:30pm EDT on channel 378 and Sky Angle 1 on Saturday and Sundays at 3pm and on Thursdays at 2:30pm. You can also see it on DISH, the Hope Channel and many other stations. For more information go to Lifestyle.org or call our office at 805-955-7681

HELP SOMEONE BY VOLUNTEERING
PACS (Portland Adventist Community Services) has volunteer opportunities in the Food Pantry and Thrift Stores. We are currently in need of morning drivers/riders, cashiers, and goods processing. Apply online at pacsonline.org or call 503-252-8500 and ask for Kellie for more information.

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!

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.

FEED THE HOMELESS:
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.

 

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.

SINGLES EMPHASIS SABBATH
May 19 Please come join other singles for a day of worship and activities with special guest speaker, Karl Haffner, “Created in Jesus to do Good Works”  9:30 am to 5:00 pm at the Holden Center, Gladstone, OR.  Register online. Registration Fee of $35.00 includes lunch.  Registration Deadline May 15th.  You must register to attend! 

MEN'S SUMMIT 2018
May 4-6, 2018 @ Dorena, Oregon. Join us for a weekend of spiritual food and fellowship by beautiful Dorena Lake. This year's summit speaker is Minner Labrador, NAD Men’s Ministry Director and author of the Quick Start Guide to Men’s Ministry. For more info call Gary at, 503-754-2360, or email  

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
PAA EVENTS
Check out events at PAA here.  

HVJA EVENTS
Check out events at HVJA here.  


CONCERTS:       Back to Top
 
OREGON ADVENTIST MEN'S CORUS 24TH ANNUAL CONCERT
April 21, 5 pm, Reflections is a choir of homeschooled students who love to sing for the glory of God and directed by Calvin Knipschild. Join us for our performances on April 7 at Rockwood Adventist Church (located at 1910 SE 182nd Ave in Portland) at 11:00 am and The Village Retirement Center (located at 4501 W. Powell Blvd in Gresham) at 6:00 pm

104.5 WAY FM UPCOMING EVENTS
Check the schedule of upcoming events here

104.1 THE FISH CONCERT SCHEDULE
Check the concert schedule here   


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:      Back to Top
ASSISTANT TREASURER
(Full Time, Exempt) The Oregon Conference Treasury Department is seeking an assistant treasurer to help process monthly workers reports, oversee monthly payroll processing, and other duties. The ideal candidate would possess adequate working knowledge of General Accepted Accounting Principals, a knowledge of church organization structure, policy and procedures of the SDA Church. Read the full job description for Assistant Treasurer. 

ASSISTANT THRIFT STORE MANAGER
Portland Adventist Community Services (PACS) is seeking for a part-time Assistant Thrift Store Manager. Experience preferred: experience in driving a box truck (no CDL required), lifting furniture, management skills, and customer service. Please send resume to Executive Director Mark Fulop

ICC JOB OPENING
International Children’s Care is looking for someone who has experience in fundraising and public relations work. We currently have an opening in our development department for the right person who could fill this full-time, salaried position. Please contact Doug Congleton at our ICC office at 360-573-0429 for a possible interview.

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

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.”


 
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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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