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Greetings Church Family,

Last week, we had a church board meeting in which we had lots to talk about. I’m thankful for our board members who are mission-driven and Spirit-filled as they process decisions that are important to our future. Among the decisions were two recommendations from our Communications team. The first will align our visual identity (logo & print materials) with new General Conference guidelines released last month. I think most will enjoy the look that focuses on Sunnyside as a community of people.

In addition, the board approved some work on a new website. In this decade, a website is akin to the front door of a building and I’m excited that we have some top-notch people working to make our digital front door functional and beautiful.

Finally, the board took a first peek at the proposed budget for the next budget cycle. If you’ve been following our financial progress as a community, you know that the past year has been challenging for us.  The budget acknowledges that and proposes a way forward for the next year.  Yet the challenges are significant enough that we believe it is important to talk together in a bit more depth about the budget priorities for the next year.  That’s why I want to personally invite you to Sunnyside’s town hall meeting at 6:30 PM on Thursday, June 1.  At the town hall, we will receive feedback from all members about our ministry priorities and our proposed budget levels.  I hope that many of you will join in the conversation as we work together to plot the path forward.  At that meeting, you’ll even get the first look at the new logo design that our communication has put together. Food will open at 5:30, with proceeds from the sale of the meal supporting Sunnyside ministry.

I hope we will have a full house as we talk together about our “M&M” priorities.

As a church family, we make difficult decisions together and we serve our community together.  That’s why I hope you’ll plan to join in with SunnyCity and our Lawn Concert on July 2.  We need dozens of volunteers to set up tents, to clean up the venue, to interact with kids and families throughout the day. We need others who will volunteer time and energy in preparing materials in the weeks preceding.  It takes a team effort to connect with our community.  I’m thankful for the partnership of Adventist Medical Center, Portland Adventist Academy and Sunnyside Symphony Orchestra in pulling this event together.  Yet we can’t do it without the volunteer energy of Sunnyside members.

Thanks to each of you for your part in being a great family in which we worship, work, and serve together for God’s glory.

Hoping to see many of you out and about for these great events as God leads us forward.

Blessings,

Pastor Jonathan Russell

 

Send your “shout-outs” to info@SunnysideAdventist.org so we can include them in next week’s Communiqué. This is a place you can recognize someone for doing good, or going beyond expectations.

Shout out to Debbie Stanton and her team in putting together such a great children’s church. We had nearly 100 children in attendance. Thank you, Debbie.

 To Arnold Petersen, Jim Newell, Carmen Cafferky, Dianne Glovatsky, Gingrich’s and Round Table Sabbath School classes for providing such good food for the WWVA Praise Ringers.

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Today, our worship services are at 8:45 and 11:15 am. Pastor Jonathan Russell will present our Bible message titled “Becoming Giants.”

This afternoon, 5:00 pm Encounters With God features Tom Stafford with “One Miracle After Another.

Church Announcements

Please pray for comfort and peace for the family of . . .     

Romain Dixon who passed away May 5. A memorial service will be conducted at CherryWood Village Chapel June 3, 2:00 pm.

Our last exercise class was this week. It will begin again in the fall.

June 1, 6:30 pm, a Town Hall meeting will be held at Sunnyside Church. On the agenda is member input on our proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Your voice and perspective matter. There will be food available for purchase at 5:30 pm, supporting the local ministries of Sunnyside.

Our monthly fellowship potluck will be next week. Plan to attend and bring enough food for your family as well as extra to serve our guests. This is a great time to visit with friends and make new acquaintances.

Megan and Beau Snyder will be having a baby in August (gender is a surprise)! Come and celebrate with us Sunday, June 4, 10:00 am, in the Columbia Room. Brunch will be served. They are registered at Target and Amazon.com. Everyone is welcome!

Student Aid applications – It’s that time of year again! If you are in need of financial aid to attend one of our schools, please fill out an application which is available on the table in the Narthex or the church office 503-252-8080. The deadline is June 1.

Graduation time! We would like to give our congratulations to the graduates of 2017. If you have someone that is graduating or know of someone that is, please send their information to the church office at info@SunnysideAdventist.org or
503-252-8080. We would like to know their name, the school, and if applicable, the degree they will be receiving.

Sunnyside’s Annual Strawberry Vespers will be on Sabbath, June 17, at 6:00 pm. This promises to be a great program for you to enjoy with your family and friends! There will be lots of great music from some of Portland’s finest musicians, plenty of good fellowship, and lots of strawberry shortcake! This is an evening you won’t want to miss. Come early for a good seat.

SunnyCity is back! This fun, interactive, kid-size city will appear at PAA on Sunday, July 2, from 1:30-3:30 pm.  Your help is needed, ahead of time and on the day of to present our “sunniest” side to the children and families in our community.  Please contact Elise Holcombe or sign up to volunteer in the narthex.

Family Resource Network – Thank you for your continued support that has helped so many people in their time of need. Place your funds in an envelope marked Family Resource Network, account number 488. Thank you for filling our need for a car. A car has been received and our need is again satisfied thanks to your generosity.

 

M&Ms

Life At Sunnyside

 

 

 

 

 

Adventist Education

Portland Adventist Academy
www.paasda.org
News:  www.paasda.org/news

Mission Report: 
Our students returned from their mission trips safely and more inspired in service. You can read more about our students’ travels on our website (see links above). They journeyed to Cuba, Fiji, Thailand, the Bahamas, and a team also stayed here in Portland for mission project led by Hoodview SDA Church (thanks, Hoodview!).

Area Events

Come be a part of the team!
Do you want to have a great time helping others and being part of a team that feels like family? If so, please consider volunteering during Camp Meeting this year. We’re looking for hard-working individuals who want to be involved serving God through service to others… and who want to have fun doing it.

We need volunteers for Hispanic Camp Meeting (July 13 – 15) and Gladstone Camp Meeting (July 18 – 22) in a variety of areas including hospitality, shuttle service, safety, and security.  We will also need licensed RNS & EMTs. Whether you can work one day or all week we’d love to have you on our team! To volunteer go tobhttp://volunteer.oregonconference.org or contact Lisa Rodriguez via email at lisa.rodriguez@oc.npuc.org or by phone at (503) 850-3350.

Ministries Booth at Camp Meeting.
If you would enjoy working with Prison Ministries, they are looking for volunteers for their booth at Camp Meeting this year (July 18-22). During Camp Meeting, there will be a special workshop held by Prison Fellowship to teach us how to help inmates while inside, when they get out, as well as assisting their families. If you are interested, contact Karen Tait at karentait50@yahoo.com.

May 15-June 4: ABC Spring Food and Book Sale.
Download a flyer at abcflyer.com.
Event Location: ABC in Gladstone.

June 2, 7:15 pm: First Friday will be held on in the lower level amphitheaters of Adventist Medical Center. First Fridays are a time of music and spiritual fellowship and we invite you to attend. The June First Friday service will feature praise and worship by Sunnyside Praise and an inspirational thought from Adam Ristick.

Registration for the free June 2 First Friday soup and salad dinner will open on
May 22, and will run through Wednesday, May 31. Be sure to reserve your spot! Remember that registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and each dinner guest must register separately. Soup and salad will be served from 5:30 to 6:30 pm on Friday, June 2. Registration link: https://www.adventisthealth.org/nw/event/firstfriday-soup-and-salad-dinner

June 24-July 1, 2017: Heritage Singers Cruise.
Heritage invites you to come along to Alaska for a week of fellowship, a lot of music, and good food in celebration of our 45th year of music and ministry. This will be the last cruise Heritage will do, so come and make history with us. Space is limited, so reserve your cabins early. All the information in this brochure link, and there is more information about the cruise on our website www.heritagesingers.com.

July 7-9: Oregon Adventist Singles Spiritual Retreat.
Join us for this retreat presenting Pastor Bob and Susie Ratcliff on the “Metamorphosis, God’s Transforming Power.” Activities include Row River Trail – biking, hiking/mountain biking trails, canoeing/kayaking/boating on Dorena Lake. Register online at https://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/singles. Cost is $135 per person and includes two nights lodging and five meals.
Event Location: Grove Christian Camp on Dorena Lake.

July 22: Singles at Camp Meeting.
There will be a singles potluck after the noon service at Camp Meeting and it will be held under the trees below the Snack Shack. Following the evening meeting, we will have our annual Ice Cream Social at Zull Hull.
Event Location: Oregon Camp Meeting, Gladstone.

August 18, 20, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm: Two-Day Free Clinic.
Calling all medical professionals! We are partnering with Adventist Medical Evangelism Network once again to provide a two-day free clinic which will include: Medical – hypertension/diabetes screenings, diagnoses, and referrals; Health education; Dental: fillings, extractions, cleanings, and restorations; Vision: Comprehensive eye exams and free prescription glasses. If you are a professional in any of these areas, there is a place for you to serve either or both days of this clinic. Visit http://volunteer.impacthealthpdx.com to sign up or call Dr. Bob Hessong at 503-475-6816 if you have questions.

August 25-27, Mini-Mission Trip to Bend.
Oregon Conference Women’s Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mini-Mission Trip with Bend Women’s Ministries. Three Sisters Adventist Christian School in Bend is in need of repairs, painting, landscaping, fencing, and cleaning. Sign up to participate in this exciting event! Husbands are welcome. Learn more at  https://orgcwomen.netadvent.org/upcoming-events or contact Women’s Ministries Leader – Kathy Case at kcase47@aol.com, 541-317-9003, or 541-610-5701.
Event Location: Bend, Oregon

August 31-September 4, 2017: Single Adults Ministries Cruise.
The 2017 Adventist Single Adult Ministries Cruise to the Bahamas, sponsored by the North American Division, sets sail August 31 – September 4, 2017. Early bird rate for the event ends May 3, 2017, and group rates for cabins end Sunday, April 23, 2017. April 24, 2017, all cabins will be released and regular rates will apply. Our featured speaker will be Mike Tucker. Plan now to join single Adventists from across North America as we fellowship and worship together. To register go to AdventSource https://www.adventsource.org/as30/event.registration.details.aspx?event=427, or for cabins call Holly Kaiser at 402-477-2881.

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May 20 Communiqué

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Dear Family,

One of God’s gifts that I appreciate so much, is the Sabbath. I remember as a child, going through Friday’s preparations, looking forward to that moment when I could finally put away the vacuum cleaner and enjoy our family’s tradition of soup and buns around the dinner table. There was such relief that came with the setting of the sun!

It’s easy to take familiar things for granted, and the Sabbath can sometimes become taken for granted, especially when we have grown up with it. Lately I have been studying it again, reading Sigve K. Tonstadt’s incredible book “The Lost Meaning of the Seventh Day.” In it, he drew my attention to a facet that I had not spent much time on; the fact that humanity’s first experience was the Sabbath – not a work week leading up to a well earned rest, but a gift of life enjoyed with their Creator in celebration of all that He had done. Is this saying that work is not important? No, but what it is saying, is that it is not our primary purpose. Rather, our primary purpose is living life in relationship with our Creator. Tonstadt writes:

“Seeing that human time begins with a day of rest and not a day of work, the spiritual pursuit, living life in a relationship with the Creator that is mutually meaningful, stands out as the primary meaning of life….” Tonstadt, 37.

As always, I join Paul in the prayer that you will know more and more the love God has for you, the incredible value that you are as His child, and His power in your life.

Looking forward to seeing you all again this Sabbath,

Pastor Kara Johnsson

 

Send your “shout-outs” to info@SunnysideAdventist.org so we can include them in next week’s Communiqué. This is a place you can recognize someone for doing good, or going beyond expectations.

Shout out to the members of the Interior Design Committee for all the work they have done relating to our ReNew project. Thank you, team. A job well done.

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Today, our worship services are at 8:45 and 11:15 am. Pastor Kara Johnsson will present our Bible message titled “Indescribable: God Is Healer.”

Today, 10:00 am to 12:45 pm, Children’s Church will be in the Fellowship Hall: An Olympic-themed event where kids can learn how to “run the race” of life with Jesus as their friend. Prizes given for bringing friends. Register at SunnysideAdventist.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This evening at 7:00 pm, Portland Adventist String Orchestra, PASO, will present their finale concert. Bring a friend and enjoy an evening of good music.

Sunday, May 21, 3:00 pm, The Oregon Sinfonietta, directed by Donald Appert, will present a concert here at Sunnyside.

Church Announcements

Please pray for comfort and peace for the family of . . .     

David Bradshaw who passed away May 6. A memorial service will be conducted here at Sunnyside Church, Monday, May 22, 11:00 am.

Romain Dixon who passed away May 5. A memorial service will be conducted at CherryWood Village Chapel June 3, 2:00 pm.


May 30, 6:30
pm, a Town Hall meeting will be held at Sunnyside Church. On the agenda is member input on our proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Your voice and perspective matter. Pathfinders will be selling vegeburgers as a fundraiser starting at 5:30 pm.

Student Aid applications – It’s that time of year again! If you are in need of financial aid to attend one of our schools, please fill out an application which is available on the table in the Narthex or the church office 503-252-8080. The deadline is
June 1.

Family Resource Network – Thank you for your continued support that has helped so many people in their time of need. Place your funds in an envelope marked Family Resource Network, account number 488.

Urgent Need: One of our members who is a single mother and who recently had surgery, has an urgent need for a car to drive to work. If anyone has or knows of someone that has a reliable used car for sale please notify Gene Denis at 360-892-6506 or 360-513-1014 or Richard Gingrich at 503-252-9384 or 971-400-1218.

Graduation time! We would like to give our congratulations to the graduates of 2017. If you have someone that is graduating or know of someone that is, please send their information to the church office at info@SunnysideAdventist.org or 503-252-8080. We would like to know their name, the school, and if applicable, the degree they will be receiving.

 

M&Ms

Life At Sunnyside

Marya and Naeema Nziacharo, Meadow and Rae Stuart

Adventist Education

Portland Adventist Academy
www.paasda.org
News:  www.paasda.org/news

Mission Report: 
Our students returned from their mission trips safely and more inspired in service. You can read more about our students’ travels on our website (see links above). They journeyed to Cuba, Fiji, Thailand, the Bahamas, and a team also stayed here in Portland for mission project led by Hoodview SDA Church (thanks, Hoodview!).

Area Events

Come be a part of the team!
Do you want to have a great time helping others and being part of a team that feels like family? If so, please consider volunteering during Camp Meeting this year. We’re looking for hard-working individuals who want to be involved serving God through service to others… and who want to have fun doing it.

We need volunteers for Hispanic Camp Meeting (July 13 – 15) and Gladstone Camp Meeting (July 18 – 22) in a variety of areas including hospitality, shuttle service, safety, and security.  We will also need licensed RNS & EMTs. Whether you can work one day or all week we’d love to have you on our team! To volunteer go tobhttp://volunteer.oregonconference.org or contact Lisa Rodriguez via email at lisa.rodriguez@oc.npuc.org or by phone at (503) 850-3350.

Ministries Booth at Camp Meeting.
If you would enjoy working with Prison Ministries, they are looking for volunteers for their booth at Camp Meeting this year (July 18-22). During Camp Meeting, there will be a special workshop held by Prison Fellowship to teach us how to help inmates while inside, when they get out, as well as assisting their families. If you are interested, contact Karen Tait at karentait50@yahoo.com.

May 15-June 4: ABC Spring Food and Book Sale.
Download a flyer at abcflyer.com.

June 2, 7:15 pm: First Friday will be held on in the lower level amphitheaters of Adventist Medical Center. First Fridays are a time of music and spiritual fellowship and we invite you to attend. The June First Friday service will feature praise and worship by Sunnyside Praise and an inspirational thought from Adam Ristick.

Registration for the free June 2 First Friday soup and salad dinner will open on
May 22, and will run through Wednesday, May 31. Be sure to reserve your spot! Remember that registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and each dinner guest must register separately. Soup and salad will be served from 5:30 to 6:30 pm on Friday, June 2. Registration link: https://www.adventisthealth.org/nw/event/firstfriday-soup-and-salad-dinner

June 24-July 1, 2017: Heritage Singers Cruise.
Heritage invites you to come along to Alaska for a week of fellowship, a lot of music, and good food in celebration of our 45th year of music and ministry. This will be the last cruise Heritage will do, so come and make history with us. Space is limited, so reserve your cabins early. All the information in this brochure link, and there is more information about the cruise on our website www.heritagesingers.com.

July 7-9: Oregon Adventist Singles Spiritual Retreat.
Join us for this retreat presenting Pastor Bob and Susie Ratcliff on the “Metamorphosis, God’s Transforming Power.” Activities include Row River Trail – biking, hiking/mountain biking trails, canoeing/kayaking/boating on Dorena Lake. Register online at https://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/singles. Cost is $135 per person and includes two nights lodging and five meals.
Event Location: Grove Christian Camp on Dorena Lake.

July 22: Singles at Camp Meeting.
There will be a singles potluck after the noon service at Camp Meeting and it will be held under the trees below the Snack Shack. Following the evening meeting, we will have our annual Ice Cream Social at Zull Hull.
Event Location: Oregon Camp Meeting, Gladstone.

August 18, 20, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm: Two-Day Free Clinic.
Calling all medical professionals! We are partnering with Adventist Medical Evangelism Network once again to provide a two-day free clinic which will include: Medical – hypertension/diabetes screenings, diagnoses, and referrals; Health education; Dental: fillings, extractions, cleanings, and restorations; Vision: Comprehensive eye exams and free prescription glasses. If you are a professional in any of these areas, there is a place for you to serve either or both days of this clinic. Visit http://volunteer.impacthealthpdx.com to sign up or call Dr. Bob Hessong at 503-475-6816 if you have questions.

August 25-27, Mini-Mission Trip to Bend.
Oregon Conference Women’s Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mini-Mission Trip with Bend Women’s Ministries. Three Sisters Adventist Christian School in Bend is in need of repairs, painting, landscaping, fencing, and cleaning. Sign up to participate in this exciting event! Husbands are welcome. Learn more at  https://orgcwomen.netadvent.org/upcoming-events or contact Women’s Ministries Leader – Kathy Case at kcase47@aol.com, 541-317-9003, or 541-610-5701.
Event Location: Bend, Oregon

August 31-September 4, 2017: Single Adults Ministries Cruise.
The 2017 Adventist Single Adult Ministries Cruise to the Bahamas, sponsored by the North American Division, sets sail August 31 – September 4, 2017. Early bird rate for the event ends May 3, 2017, and group rates for cabins end Sunday, April 23, 2017. April 24, 2017, all cabins will be released and regular rates will apply. Our featured speaker will be Mike Tucker. Plan now to join single Adventists from across North America as we fellowship and worship together. To register go to AdventSource https://www.adventsource.org/as30/event.registration.details.aspx?event=427, or for cabins call Holly Kaiser at 402-477-2881.

Job Opportunities:

Meadow Glade Adventist Elementary School, Battle Ground
Positions currently open:
Administrative Secretary
Teacher Aide
Bus Driver
Please submit resume with three references to Gail Roberts, Office Manager at groberts@mgaes.org, or contact the school at 360-687-5121 for a full job description.

Portland Adventist Academy
Part-time American Sign Language (ASL) teacher for the 2017-2018 school year.  We are looking for someone who is fluent in ASL, values Adventist education, loves kids, and is excited about teaching.  If you are interested, please email any questions and your resume to Sheldon Parris at sparris@paasda.org, or call him at 503-255-8372, ext. 212.

PACS (Portland Adventist Community Services)
Full-time Development Associate to assist with fundraising/ communications. Ideal candidate has annual giving, story writing, grant writing experience; Microsoft Office/Adobe creative apps. Communications, marketing or related degree preferred. Send resume to paul.cole@pacsonline.org.

Housing Needed:
An Adventist couple is looking for a 4-bedroom home to rent. If you have one or know of anyone that does, please contact the church office at 503-252-8080.

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May 13 Communiqué

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Dear Church Family,
The rumors are true! After a few years off, SunnyCity returns this summer on July 2. SunnyCity was our annual community outreach in which we set up a “mini-city” in the park to teach kids about civic life, community, and faith. This year the tradition continues. In its new form, SunnyCity will be a bit different. A bit smaller. A bit more focused. But it keeps the same heart: connecting with families in the local community to bless them and inspire them.

We’re excited to announce that Sunnyside is partnering with PAA, Adventist Medical Center, and Sunnyside Symphony Orchestra to put on an Independence Day weekend event that will be a great experience for the families of our community. We will host the event at PAA, beginning the afternoon with the SunnyCity experience. At 4:00 PM, Sunnyside Symphony Orchestra will perform a concert on the lawn. Combine the elements, and the result will be a great opportunity for us to bless our neighbors and get acquainted with more of them.

Of course, anything we do depends on the dedicated and conscientious support of dozens of church members who volunteer their time to make great things happen. I hope that if you’re reading this, you’ll plan to set that date aside and participate in this fun event. We will need greeters, a first aid station, teams to help with setup and tear down, as well as the dozens of volunteers required to populate SunnyCity and host all of our guests. Soon, you’ll be hearing lots more. But for now, Save-the-Date and look forward to how God will use this event and others in the pipeline to connect us more meaningfully with our community.

Blessings,

Pastor Jonathan Russell

SHOUT OUTS

Send your “shout-outs” to info@SunnysideAdventist.org so we can include them in next week’s Communiqué. This is a place you can recognize someone for doing good, or going beyond expectations.

Shout out to Krissy and Jeremy Barber. Krissy for keeping our visual design on point. And Jeremy for keeping our networks humming and computers up and working. Thank you to both of you for your continued, dedicated commitment.

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This Weekend
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This Weekend

Today, our worship services are at 8:45 and 11:15 am. Pastor Jonathan Russell will present our Bible message titled “Indescribable: Prince of Peace.”

This afternoon at 5:00 pm, there will be a vespers featuring Dr. Khamsay Phetchareun, Lao attached field supervisor/trainer, and Elizabeth Negrete, office manager of CPL Ministries. They will present a story of resistance, miracles, and perseverance of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the communist country of Laos.

Church Announcements

Please pray for comfort and peace for the family of . . .     

David Bradshaw who passed away May 6. A memorial service will be conducted here at Sunnyside Church, Monday, May 22, 11:00 am.

May 20, 10:00 am to 12:45 pm, Children’s Church: An Olympic-themed event where kids can learn how to “run the race” of life with Jesus as their friend. Prizes given for bringing friends. Register: SunnysideAdventist.org.

May 20, 6:30 pm, the Portland Adventist String Orchestra (PASO) will present their finale concert here at Sunnyside. Invite a friend, come and enjoy this great time of music.

Sunday, May 21, 3:00 pm, The Oregon Sinfonietta, directed by Donald Appert, will present a concert here at Sunnyside.

Student Aid applications – It’s that time of year again! If you are in need of financial aid to attend one of our schools, please fill out an application which is available on the table in the Narthex or the church office 503-252-8080. The deadline is June 1.

Family Resource Network – Thank you for your continued support that has helped so many people in their time of need. Place your funds in an envelope marked Family Resource Network, account number 488.

Urgent Need: One of our members who is a single mother and who recently had surgery, has an urgent need for a car to drive to work. If anyone has or knows of someone that  has a reliable used car for sale please notify Gene Denis at 360-892-6506 or 360-513-1014 or Richard Gingrich at 503-252-9384 or 971-400-1218.

 

M&Ms

Adventist Education

Portland Adventist Academy
www.paasda.org
News:  www.paasda.org/news

Mission Report: 
Our students returned from their mission trips safely and more inspired in service. You can read more about our students’ travels on our website (see links above). They journeyed to Cuba, Fiji, Thailand, the Bahamas, and a team also stayed here in Portland for mission project led by Hoodview SDA Church (thanks, Hoodview!).

Area Events

Come be a part of the team!
Do you want to have a great time helping others and being part of a team that feels like family? If so, please consider volunteering during Camp Meeting this year. We’re looking for hard-working individuals who want to be involved serving God through service to others… and who want to have fun doing it.

We need volunteers for Hispanic Camp Meeting (July 13 – 15) and Gladstone Camp Meeting (July 18 – 22) in a variety of areas including hospitality, shuttle service, safety, and security.  We will also need licensed RNS & EMTs. Whether you can work one day or all week we’d love to have you on our team! To volunteer go tobhttp://volunteer.oregonconference.org or contact Lisa Rodriguez via email at lisa.rodriguez@oc.npuc.org or by phone at (503) 850-3350.

May 13, 5:00 pm: Special Mothers’ Day weekend event.
Attend the Oregon Adventist Men’s Chorus Annual Spring Concert. Free tickets are required, available at www.oamc.org or call 503-970-1693 if you do not have internet access. Register early as seating is limited.
Event Location: Adventist Community Church of Vancouver.

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 14, 4:30 pm: Music for Michael, a benefit concert.
Michael Garbi is a sweet, energetic, young boy. Shortly after his 6th birthday, he was diagnosed with metastatic rhabdomyosarcoma. His family is in great need of support. This concert will be hosted by Josh and Jaron Garbi for their cousin, Michael. To support go to:https://www.gofundme.com/help-michaels-mom.
Event Location: Tabernacle Church.

May 16, 6:00 pm: Chef Mark Anthony: Free Dinner and Message.
Live vegetarian performing arts cooking show! One night only – Don’t miss this exciting event. Chef Mark Anthony has done these events in every single state in the country. For free! He has been on ABC, NBC, ESPN, and appears regularly on 3ABN Worldwide television. Learn about plant-based health and nutrition with the following topics: Weight Loss – Lower Cholesterol – Increased Energy. Seating is limited – reserve your seat today for the May 16 event, 503-658-2248.
Event Location: Pleasant Valley Church.

June 24-July 1, 2017: Heritage Singers Cruise.
Heritage invites you to come along to Alaska for a week of fellowship, a lot of music, and good food in celebration of our 45th year of music and ministry. This will be the last cruise Heritage will do, so come and make history with us. Space is limited, so reserve your cabins early. All the information in this brochure link, and there is more information about the cruise on our website www.heritagesingers.com.

July 7-9: Oregon Adventist Singles Spiritual Retreat.
Join us for this retreat presenting Pastor Bob and Susie Ratcliff on the “Metamorphosis, God’s Transforming Power.” Activities include Row River Trail – biking, hiking/mountain biking trails, canoeing/kayaking/boating on Dorena Lake. Register online at https://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/singles. Cost is $135 per person and includes two nights lodging and five meals.
Event Location: Grove Christian Camp on Dorena Lake.

July 22: Singles at Camp Meeting.
There will be a singles potluck after the noon service at Camp Meeting and it will be held under the trees below the Snack Shack. Following the evening meeting, we will have our annual Ice Cream Social at Zull Hull.
Event Location: Oregon Camp Meeting, Gladstone.

August 18, 20, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm: Two-Day Free Clinic.
Calling all medical professionals! We are partnering with Adventist Medical Evangelism Network once again to provide a two-day free clinic which will include: Medical – hypertension/diabetes screenings, diagnoses, and referrals; Health education; Dental: fillings, extractions, cleanings, and restorations; Vision: Comprehensive eye exams and free prescription glasses. If you are a professional in any of these areas, there is a place for you to serve either or both days of this clinic. Visit http://volunteer.impacthealthpdx.com to sign up or call Dr. Bob Hessong at 503-475-6816 if you have questions.

August 25-27, Mini-Mission Trip to Bend.
Oregon Conference Women’s Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mini-Mission Trip with Bend Women’s Ministries. Three Sisters Adventist Christian School in Bend is in need of repairs, painting, landscaping, fencing, and cleaning. Sign up to participate in this exciting event! Husbands are welcome. Learn more at  https://orgcwomen.netadvent.org/upcoming-events or contact Women’s Ministries Leader – Kathy Case at kcase47@aol.com, 541-317-9003, or 541-610-5701.
Event Location: Bend, Oregon

August 31-September 4, 2017: Single Adults Ministries Cruise.
The 2017 Adventist Single Adult Ministries Cruise to the Bahamas, sponsored by the North American Division, sets sail August 31 – September 4, 2017. Early bird rate for the event ends May 3, 2017, and group rates for cabins end Sunday, April 23, 2017. April 24, 2017, all cabins will be released and regular rates will apply. Our featured speaker will be Mike Tucker. Plan now to join single Adventists from across North America as we fellowship and worship together. To register go to AdventSource https://www.adventsource.org/as30/event.registration.details.aspx?event=427, or for cabins call Holly Kaiser at 402-477-2881.

Job Opportunities:

Meadow Glade Adventist Elementary School, Battle Ground
Positions currently open:
Administrative Secretary
Teacher Aide
Bus Driver
Please submit resume with three references to Gail Roberts, Office Manager at groberts@mgaes.org, or contact the school at 360-687-5121 for a full job description.

Portland Adventist Academy
Part-time American Sign Language (ASL) teacher for the 2017-2018 school year.  We are looking for someone who is fluent in ASL, values Adventist education, loves kids, and is excited about teaching.  If you are interested, please email any questions and your resume to Sheldon Parris at sparris@paasda.org, or call him at 503-255-8372, ext. 212.

PACS (Portland Adventist Community Services)
Full-time Development Associate to assist with fundraising/ communications. Ideal candidate has annual giving, story writing, grant writing experience; Microsoft Office/Adobe creative apps. Communications, marketing or related degree preferred. Send resume to paul.cole@pacsonline.org.

Housing Needed:
An Adventist couple is looking for a 4-bedroom home to rent. If you have one or know of anyone that does, please contact the church office at 503-252-8080.

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May 6 Communiqué

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Greetings

I will lead the blind by ways they have not known, along unfamiliar paths I will guide them; I will turn the darkness into light before them and make the rough places smooth. These are the things I will do; I will not forsake them.
Isaiah 42:16

Sometimes in our journeys, Jesus can seem so near, we see him so clearly. At other times, he can seem absent. As the disciples journeyed away from Jerusalem following the crucifixion, absent didn’t come close to describing the loss, the pain, the confusion they were experiencing as they processed all the events that had taken place. The pain was so great that as Jesus walked alongside them, helping them process, they could not recognize him. He journeyed with them the whole way to Emmaus, and it was only after he shared a meal with them, that their eyes were opened.

What is beautiful and comforting to me, is that though they could not recognize him, he truly was journeying with them. Even as they expressed their disappointment and disbelief, he continued to walk with them. He chose to stay, to spend the evening meal, to even share their accommodation. And their eyes were opened.

He is with us Family, even when we can’t sense his presence, even when it may feel like we are lost. He is faithful, and will bring us to a place where we see him clearly again.

 In Him,

Pastor Kara Johnsson

 

SHOUT OUTS

Send your “shout-outs” to info@SunnysideAdventist.org so we can include them in next week’s Communiqué. This is a place you can recognize someone for doing good, or going beyond expectations.

A shout out to “Phyllis Woods for being a supportive friend at all hours of the day or night as we have been on our cancer journey.” ~Darlene Manullang

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Today, our worship services are at 8:45 and 11:15 am. Pastor Jonathan Russell will present our Bible message titled “Indescribable: Lord of Hosts.” 

Our monthly fellowship potluck is today immediately following the second service. You are invited to stay, enjoy great food, good friendships, and make new acquaintances.

Adventurers invite you to their Investiture this afternoon at 2:00 pm, in the sanctuary. Please come and support our children and learn about what they have been doing.

At 3:30 pm, this afternoon, the Pathfinders invite you to their Investiture which will be held in the Fellowship Hall. Thank you for your support of our Pathfinders and their leaders.

Postponed.  Sabbath, May 6, 5:00 pm, there will be a vespers/travel club presented by Bob Glass. He will take you on a tour of Berlin, Erfurt and Wittenberg, France, and Versailles.

Church Announcements

Please pray for comfort and peace for the family of . . .
        Romain Dixon who passed away Wednesday, May 3.

May 13, 5:00 pm, vespers will feature Dr. Khamsay Phetchareun, Lao Attached Field Supervisor/Trainer, and Elizabeth Negrete, Office Manager of CPL Ministries. They will present a story of resistance, miracles, and perseverance of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Communist country of Laos.

May 20, immediately following the second worship service, there will be a hike for members and friends of the “Sunnyside Nature Walking Group.” We’re hoping to take the Lacamas Lake Trail to Camas and back. It’s a gorgeous hike! Bring your brown bag lunch, walking shoes, and appropriate clothing for the weather. Contact: Tom or Brooke Stafford, 360-936-3373, 360-936-5782 or bstafford@q.com.

Family Resource Network – Thank you for your continued support that has helped so many people in their time of need. Place your funds in an envelope marked Family Resource Network, account number 488.

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Jackie Duvall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Desange Nyiraguhriwa, Olive Nyriabiwza

Adventist Education

Portland Adventist Academy
www.paasda.org
News:  www.paasda.org/news

Area Events

Come be a part of the team!
Do you want to have a great time helping others and being part of a team that feels like family? If so, please consider volunteering during Camp Meeting this year. We’re looking for hard-working individuals who want to be involved serving God through service to others… and who want to have fun doing it.

We need volunteers for Hispanic Camp Meeting (July 13 – 15) and Gladstone Camp Meeting (July 18 – 22) in a variety of areas including hospitality, shuttle service, safety, and security.  We will also need licensed RNS & EMTs. Whether you can work one day or all week we’d love to have you on our team! To volunteer go tobhttp://volunteer.oregonconference.org or contact Lisa Rodriguez via email at lisa.rodriguez@oc.npuc.org or by phone at (503) 850-3350.

April 16– May 7: Adventist Book Center Spring Food and Book Sale.
Download the full flyer here: www.abcflyer.com.
Event Location: ABC, Gladstone.

May 7, 3:00 pm: Women’s Tea Party.
Please join us in fellowship as we celebrate Alumni Weekend and fundraise for PAA faculty supplies and projects. An afternoon tea service will be served. Please RSVP to Sonia Shim at sshim@paasda.org or 503-806-8947.
Event Location: Portland Adventist Academy.

May 13, 5:00 pm: Special Mothers’ Day weekend event.
Attend the Oregon Adventist Men’s Chorus Annual Spring Concert. Free tickets are required, available at www.oamc.org or call 503-970-1693 if you do not have internet access. Register early as seating is limited.
Event Location: Adventist Community Church of Vancouver.

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 8, 7:00 pm: Community Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program.
Attend this community depression and anxiety recovery program and get your life back! On average, participants reduce depression and anxiety levels by half. Identify the causes of depression and anxiety, and overcome them through positive lifestyle changes. Reserve your seat for the free introductory session today, and receive a free gift when you attend (free gifts limited to the first 25 reservations). Call or text Jon Beaty at 503-567-2777.
Event Location: Sandy Adventist Church.

May 14, 4:30 pm: Music for Michael, a benefit concert.
Michael Garbi is a sweet, energetic, young boy. Shortly after his 6th birthday, he was diagnosed with metastatic rhabdomyosarcoma. His family is in great need of support. This concert will be hosted by Josh and Jaron Garbi for their cousin, Michael. To support go to:https://www.gofundme.com/help-michaels-mom.
Event Location: Tabernacle Church.

May 16, 6:00 pm: Chef Mark Anthony: Free Dinner and Message.
Live vegetarian performing arts cooking show! One night only – Don’t miss this exciting event. Chef Mark Anthony has done these events in every single state in the country. For free! He has been on ABC, NBC, ESPN, and appears regularly on 3ABN Worldwide television. Learn about plant-based health and nutrition with the following topics: Weight Loss – Lower Cholesterol – Increased Energy. Seating is limited – reserve your seat today for the May 16 event, 503-658-2248.
Event Location: Pleasant Valley Church.

June 24-July 1, 2017: Heritage Singers Cruise.
Heritage invites you to come along to Alaska for a week of fellowship, a lot of music, and good food in celebration of our 45th year of music and ministry. This will be the last cruise Heritage will do, so come and make history with us. Space is limited, so reserve your cabins early. All the information in this brochure link, and there is more information about the cruise on our website www.heritagesingers.com.

July 7-9: Oregon Adventist Singles Spiritual Retreat.
Join us for this retreat presenting Pastor Bob and Susie Ratcliff on the “Metamorphosis, God’s Transforming Power.” Activities include Row River Trail – biking, hiking/mountain biking trails, canoeing/kayaking/boating on Dorena Lake. Register online at https://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/singles. Cost is $135 per person and includes two nights lodging and five meals.
Event Location: Grove Christian Camp on Dorena Lake.

July 22: Singles at Camp Meeting.
There will be a singles potluck after the noon service at Camp Meeting and it will be held under the trees below the Snack Shack. Following the evening meeting, we will have our annual Ice Cream Social at Zull Hull.
Event Location: Oregon Camp Meeting, Gladstone.

August 18, 20, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm: Two-Day Free Clinic.
Calling all medical professionals! We are partnering with Adventist Medical Evangelism Network once again to provide a two-day free clinic which will include: Medical – hypertension/diabetes screenings, diagnoses, and referrals; Health education; Dental: filings, extractions, cleanings, and restorations; Vision: Comprehensive eye exams and free prescription glasses. If you are a professional in any of these areas, there is a place for you to serve either or both days of this clinic. Visit http://volunteer.impacthealthpdx.com to sign up or call Dr. Bob Hessong at 503-475-6816 if you have questions.

August 25-27, Mini-Mission Trip to Bend.
Oregon Conference Women’s Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mini-Mission Trip with Bend Women’s Ministries. Three Sisters Adventist Christian School in Bend is in need of repairs, painting, landscaping, fencing, and cleaning. Sign up to participate in this exciting event! Husbands are welcome. Learn more at  https://orgcwomen.netadvent.org/upcoming-events or contact Women’s Ministries Leader – Kathy Case at kcase47@aol.com, 541-317-9003, or 541-610-5701.
Event Location: Bend, Oregon

August 31-September 4, 2017: Single Adults Ministries Cruise.
The 2017 Adventist Single Adult Ministries Cruise to the Bahamas, sponsored by the North American Division, sets sail August 31 – September 4, 2017. Early bird rate for the event ends May 3, 2017, and group rates for cabins end Sunday, April 23, 2017. April 24, 2017, all cabins will be released and regular rates will apply. Our featured speaker will be Mike Tucker. Plan now to join single Adventists from across North America as we fellowship and worship together. To register go to AdventSource https://www.adventsource.org/as30/event.registration.details.aspx?event=427, or for cabins call Holly Kaiser at 402-477-2881.

Job Opportunities:

Meadow Glade Adventist Elementary School, Battle Ground
Positions currently open:
Administrative Secretary
Teacher Aide
Bus Driver
Please submit resume with three references to Gail Roberts, Office Manager at groberts@mgaes.org, or contact the school at 360-687-5121 for a full job description.

Portland Adventist Academy
Part-time American Sign Language (ASL) teacher for the 2017-2018 school year.  We are looking for someone who is fluent in ASL, values Adventist education, loves kids, and is excited about teaching.  If you are interested, please email any questions and your resume to Sheldon Parris at sparris@paasda.org, or call him at 503-255-8372, ext. 212.

PACS (Portland Adventist Community Services)
Full-time Development Associate to assist with fundraising/ communications. Ideal candidate has annual giving, story writing, grant writing experience; Microsoft Office/Adobe creative apps. Communications, marketing or related degree preferred. Send resume to paul.cole@pacsonline.org.

Housing Needed:
An Adventist couple is looking for a 4-bedroom home to rent. If you have one or know of anyone that does, please contact the church office at 503-252-8080.

 

 

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April 29 Communiqué

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Greetings Sunnyside Family,

A faith community is a place where we can experience the life-changing grace of God.  So argues Larry Crabb in his book titled Connecting. As a career psychologist, Dr. Crabb teaches that many things we go to counselors or pastors for could be cared for just as (or more) effectively through meaningful spiritual community with other believers. A healing, helpful community is one in which people experience a taste of Christ’s delight in humanity. “The absolute center of what God does to help us change is to reveal Himself to us. God loves to delight in people.”

So many times in our faith tradition, we’ve focused on what we should do, how we should change, or which rules must be followed. While it’s valuable to be conscientious of what God desires for us, sometimes the focus is all wrong. Throughout the New Testament, we see Bible authors that remind us that change happens, habits are overcome, character grows through the power of the Holy Spirit.  When we take time individually and in community to go deeper in relationship with God, to learn more of His character, to notice what He is doing around us, then God uses that journey to change us into His image.

That’s why I hope you’ll engage with us for the teaching journey called, “Indescribable.” In our worship services, we’ll be focusing on who God is. And I hope you’ll engage in community through small group options and service opportunities.

By God’s grace, we will grow closer together and closer to God as a faith community that brings spiritual healing and vitality.

May God bless each of us as we experience His Sabbath together.

See you tomorrow,

Pastor Jonathan Russell

 

SHOUT OUTS

Send your “shout-outs” to info@SunnysideAdventist.org so we can include them in next week’s Communiqué. This is a place you can recognize someone for doing good, or going beyond expectations.

Shout out to Dennis and Melissa Gramada and Autumn Stallman for crawling around in the ceiling helping the tech team string cable. Thank you!

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This Weekend
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This Weekend

Today, our worship services are at 8:45 and 11:15 am. Pastor Kara Johnsson will present our Bible message titled “Indescribable: Adonai – Lord .”

At 4:00 pm, this afternoon, a memorial service will be conducted for Shannon Goodwin, a former member of Sunnyside.

Church Announcements

Please pray for comfort and peace for the family of . . .
Ellen “Nadine” Jursnick who passed away Monday, April 24. A memorial service is not planned.

Our monthly fellowship potluck will be next week. Plan to attend and bring enough food for your family as well as extra to serve our guests. This is a great time to visit with friends and make new acquaintances.

Brooke Benfield, organist, and Cameron Herbert, soprano, will be presenting a concert April 30, 4:00 pm, at Gethsemane Lutheran Church, 11560 SE Market Street. Invite a friend and come enjoy a musical feast. Refreshments following.

Adventurers invite you to their Investiture Sabbath, May 6, 2:00 pm, in the sanctuary. Please come and support our children and learn about what they have been doing.

At 3:30 pm, May 6, Pathfinders invite you to their Investiture, which will be held in the Fellowship Hall. Thank you for your support of our Pathfinders and their leaders.

Sunday, May 7, Sunnyside Symphony Orchestra will present a concert here at Sunnyside Church.

Family Resource Network – Thank you for your continued support that has helped so many people in their time of need. Place your funds in an envelope marked Family Resource Network, account number 488.

M&Ms

 

Adventist Education

Portland Adventist Academy
www.paasda.org
News:  www.paasda.org/news

Area Events

Come be a part of the team!
Do you want to have a great time helping others and being part of a team that feels like family? If so, please consider volunteering during Camp Meeting this year. We’re looking for hard-working individuals who want to be involved serving God through service to others… and who want to have fun doing it.

We need volunteers for Hispanic Camp Meeting (July 13 – 15) and Gladstone Camp Meeting (July 18 – 22) in a variety of areas including hospitality, shuttle service, safety, and security.  We will also need licensed RNS & EMTs. Whether you can work one day or all week we’d love to have you on our team! To volunteer go tobhttp://volunteer.oregonconference.org or contact Lisa Rodriguez via email at lisa.rodriguez@oc.npuc.org or by phone at (503) 850-3350.

April 16– May 7: Adventist Book Center Spring Food and Book Sale.
Download the full flyer here: www.abcflyer.com.
Event Location: ABC, Gladstone.

May 5, 6: Ladies Road Trip and Spiritual Feast.
Pastor Kara has been asked to be the guest speaker for the Upper Columbia Women’s Conference this year. Some of us are thinking of doing a “Ladies Road Trip” to join her – if you are interested in joining us, register for the event at the link below and let the church office know 502-252-8080. We plan on driving up on Friday, May 5, and staying the night – you will need to organize your own accommodation there.

May 6, 10 am-4 pm: Ladies, treat yourselves to a wonderful Sabbath at the Upper Columbia Conference Women’s One-Day Retreat. Our time together will be one of food and fellowship with spiritual nutrition by keynote speaker Kara Johnsson along with a special feature by stained glass instructor Lorrie Kravig. Special music is provided by Alana Alves. Space is limited, so please invite your family and friends to register today. For more information, contact Tamara Terry, (509) 242-0478, tamarat@uccsda.org, or order tickets here. Theme: Unfailing Love.
Event Location: Upper Columbia Conference, Spokane, Washington.

May 5, 7:45 pm: Young Adults Night of Worship.
Pacific NW young adults! This is an excellent opportunity to invite friends and co-workers alike. At NOW, Jesus will be uplifted, all will hear an encouraging word, and we will do our best to make sure everyone feels welcome and connected. If you are a bit more seasoned (older than a young adult) you are invited to pull a group of young adults together and attend with them as a “sponsor.” This is a young adult event and we appreciate your support of this mission. Young adults and sponsors, we will see you there. For more information visit https://vimeo.com/208087854.
Event Location: Holden Center at the Gladstone Park Conference Center grounds.

May 5-7, 2017 Men’s Summit.
Men, mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2017 Oregon Men’s Summit. Join us for a weekend of spiritual food and fellowship by beautiful Dorena Lake. This year’s summit features Dick Duerksen and Pastor Marvin Wray. For more info call, 503-850-3559, or go to http://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/2017-men.
Event Location: Dorena Lake.

May 5, 7:15: First Friday.
First Fridays are a time of music and spiritual fellowship and we would like to encourage you to join us. The May First Friday service will feature praise and worship by the OHANA Praise Band and an inspirational thought from Maureen ‘Kane. Flyers are available at the Narthex table. Registration for the free May 5 First Friday soup and salad dinner will open on April 24, and will run through Wednesday, May 3.  Be sure to reserve your spot!  Remember that registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and each dinner guest must register separately. Soup and salad will be served from 5:30-6:30 pm on Friday,
May 5. Click here for registration link.

May 7, 3:00 pm: Women’s Tea Party.
Please join us in fellowship as we celebrate Alumni Weekend and fundraise for PAA faculty supplies and projects. An afternoon tea service will be served. Please RSVP to Sonia Shim at sshim@paasda.org or 503-806-8947.
Event Location: Portland Adventist Academy.

May 13, 5:00 pm: Special Mothers’ Day weekend event.
Attend the Oregon Adventist Men’s Chorus Annual Spring Concert. Free tickets are required, available at www.oamc.org or call 503-970-1693 if you do not have internet access. Register early as seating is limited.
Event Location: Adventist Community Church of Vancouver.

 

 

 

 

 

May 16, 6:00 pm: Chef Mark Anthony: Free Dinner and Message.
Live vegetarian performing arts cooking show! One night only – Don’t miss this exciting event. Chef Mark Anthony has done these events in every single state in the country. For free! He has been on ABC, NBC, ESPN, and appears regularly on 3ABN Worldwide television. Learn about plant-based health and nutrition with the following topics: Weight Loss – Lower Cholesterol – Increased Energy. Seating is limited – reserve your seat today for the May 16 event, 503-658-2248.
Event Location: Pleasant Valley Church.

June 24-July 1, 2017: Heritage Singers Cruise.
Heritage invites you to come along to Alaska for a week of fellowship, a lot of music, and good food in celebration of our 45th year of music and ministry. This will be the last cruise Heritage will do, so come and make history with us. Space is limited, so reserve your cabins early. All the information in this brochure link, and there is more information about the cruise on our website www.heritagesingers.com.

July 7-9: Oregon Adventist Singles Spiritual Retreat.
Join us for this retreat presenting Pastor Bob and Susie Ratcliff on the “Metamorphosis, God’s Transforming Power.” Activities include Row River Trail – biking, hiking/mountain biking trails, canoeing/kayaking/boating on Dorena Lake. Register online at https://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/singles. Cost is $135 per person and includes two nights lodging and five meals.
Event Location: Grove Christian Camp on Dorena Lake.

July 22: Singles at Camp Meeting.
There will be a singles potluck after the noon service at Camp Meeting and it will be held under the trees below the Snack Shack. Following the evening meeting, we will have our annual Ice Cream Social at Zull Hull.
Event Location: Oregon Camp Meeting, Gladstone.

August 25-27, Mini-Mission Trip to Bend.
Oregon Conference Women’s Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mini-Mission Trip with Bend Women’s Ministries. Three Sisters Adventist Christian School in Bend is in need of repairs, painting, landscaping, fencing, and cleaning. Sign up to participate in this exciting event! Husbands are welcome. Learn more at  https://orgcwomen.netadvent.org/upcoming-events or contact Women’s Ministries Leader – Kathy Case at kcase47@aol.com, 541-317-9003, or 541-610-5701. Sign up by March 27, 2017.
Event Location: Bend, Oregon

August 31-September 4, 2017: Single Adults Ministries Cruise.
The 2017 Adventist Single Adult Ministries Cruise to the Bahamas, sponsored by the North American Division, sets sail August 31 – September 4, 2017. Early bird rate for the event ends May 3, 2017, and group rates for cabins end Sunday, April 23, 2017. April 24, 2017, all cabins will be released and regular rates will apply. Our featured speaker will be Mike Tucker. Plan now to join single Adventists from across North America as we fellowship and worship together. To register go to AdventSource https://www.adventsource.org/as30/event.registration.details.aspx?event=427, or for cabins call Holly Kaiser at 402-477-2881.

Job Opportunities:
Meadow Glade Adventist Elementary School, Battle Ground, WA.
Positions currently open:
Administrative Secretary
Teacher Aide
Bus Driver
Please submit resume with three references to Gail Roberts, Office Manager at groberts@mgaes.org, or contact the school at 360-687-5121 for a full job description.

 

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April 22 Communiqué

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Dear Church Family,

 The tongue has the power of life and death.
Proverbs 18:21

Words. With words, our God spoke this world into existence. With words, He healed both hearts and bodies. He himself is described as The Word. And within the Bible itself we are cautioned again and again to keep a tight rein on our tongue! And yet in day-to-day life, we can forget the power our words have.

I can think back on my life, and many of its turning points have been triggered by words spoken to me; thankfully, positively. I have been blessed by people taking the time to speak words of wisdom, encouragement, and love into my life. Many of these instances would have probably seemed inconsequential to those who spoke them, but to me, they brought life.

Like most people, I have also born the brunt of painful words and it is amazing the power that these negative words can have; even from people we may not know! There was a rhyme that I learned early on:

“Sticks and stones can break my bones,
but words will never hurt me.”

I have not found that quote to be even slightly true. Words have immense power – either for good or evil.

Let us be a community that speaks life; life into people, into situations, and into institutions. A community that chooses not to throw stones. A community that uses words to build up, to edify and to bless.

In Him,

Pastor Kara Johnsson

SHOUT OUTS

Send your “shout-outs” to info@SunnysideAdventist.org so we can include them in next week’s Communiqué. This is a place you can recognize someone for doing good, or going beyond expectations.

Shout out to Dianne Glovatsky for all the quiet organizing, and work she does to keep the church functions flowing smoothly. You will find her involved in nearly all projects, making sure they are well organized and staffed appropriately. Thank you, Dianne, for your dedication and constant involvement!

 

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This Weekend

Friday, April 21, 7:00 pm, Vespers: “Hands In the Nail Holes.”

Today, our worship services are at 8:45 and 11:15 am. Pastor Jonathan Russell will present our Bible message titled “Indescribable.”

This afternoon at 4:00 pm, the Adventist Heritage seminars will continue in the Youth Room.

Church Announcements

Please pray for comfort and peace for the families of . . .

Shannon Goodwin who passed away, March 8. There will be a memorial service here at Sunnyside Church Sabbath, April 29, 4:00 pm.

George Baehm, one of our former members, passed away April 8, 2017, in Tennessee.

April 23, starting at 9:00 am, ending with lunch, there will be a “Work-Bee” here at Sunnyside Church. We are inviting everyone to come and join in this Spring cleaning inside and out. The more hands we have, the less time it will take! If you want to work outside please bring along gardening tools, i.e., rake, shovel, etc. At 1:00 pm, lunch will be provided for the volunteers.

 Sunnyside’s nominating committee is working on placing volunteers in many areas of service. If you are willing to serve in any area, please let Pastor Jonathan or any of the committee members know: Carl Buchanan, Cheryl Ortner, Jan Clayton, Joanne Dixon, Wilfred Geschke, Olivian Gramada, Dean Browning, Jason Chase, Jenny Dalusong, or Barbara Plubell. Thank you.

 Family Resource Network – Thank you for your continued support. We do, however, have a critical need that is described below for our refugees. It is more than just monetary, but we do need your help. We also have a request for a sewing machine. If you have one you would like to donate, please contact Marie 503-998-3754.

Jobs – Critical Need of Refugee Families
Who do you know that may have an available entry-level position for male or female? Our refugees need work that does not require them to work on Sabbath. Paul Makoko, a former immigrant from Africa, who is fluent in English, and is a volunteer with the Cultural Navigator Team (CNT) is willing to advise and accompany our refugees for job interviews and help orient them to new job skills. Please contact Paul Makoko 360-450-8677, mbpaul11@gmail.com or Richard Gingrich, 503-252 9384, with any job openings you may know about.

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Life at Sunnyside

Evelyn and Chloe Hull, Celia and Debbie Stanton

Marya Nziacharo

 

Megan Snyder

 

Choir

 

Carmen Cafferky, Betty Woodland

Lorrie Wescott, Tom and Pauline Davis, Donna Duffield

WWU Nursing Students’ Bread Night

Anne Wagner Miner Memorial

Brenda Siaw, Elaine Bradshaw, and Dianne Glovatsky preparing bags for our new babies.

Adventist Education

Portland Adventist Academy
www.paasda.org
News:  www.paasda.org/news

Portland Adventist Elementary
Please join us for PAES’ annual Book Fair and Open House
Book Fair:
April 24-28
Mon-Fri. 8 am-4 pm.  (Noon on Friday)

Open House:
Thursday, April 27, 5-7:30
Veggie burger dinner: $5.00
Book Fair and classrooms will be open

Come eat and socialize with our school family.  Bring your friends and family. Check out our school, classrooms, and teachers for next year.

Area Events

Come be a part of the team!
Do you want to have a great time helping others and being part of a team that feels like family? If so, please consider volunteering during Camp Meeting this year. We’re looking for hard-working individuals who want to be involved serving God through service to others… and who want to have fun doing it.

We need volunteers for Hispanic Camp Meeting (July 13 – 15) and Gladstone Camp Meeting (July 18 – 22) in a variety of areas including hospitality, shuttle service, safety, and security.  We will also need licensed RNS & EMTs. Whether you can work one day or all week we’d love to have you on our team! To volunteer go tobhttp://volunteer.oregonconference.org or contact Lisa Rodriguez via email at lisa.rodriguez@oc.npuc.org or by phone at (503) 850-3350.

April 16– May 7: Adventist Book Center Spring Food and Book Sale.
Download the full flyer here: www.abcflyer.com.
Event Location: ABC, Gladstone.

Join us for All About Jesus, presented by Lee and Marji Venden at Mt. Tabor Adventist Church! It will show you how a personal relationship with Jesus is the sum and substance of the Christian life. More than that, it will offer you tangible, practical, plain-English suggestions on how to develop or deepen a meaningful friendship with Him. Lee and Marji Venden currently work as a revivalist team for the Arizona Conference, offering seminars across the United States to assist individuals in their personal walk with Christ. Saturdays at 9:30 am, 11:00 am, 2:00 pm. Sunday and weekdays at 6:30 pm.
Event Location: Mt. Tabor Adventist Church.

May 5, 6: Ladies Road Trip and Spiritual Feast.
Pastor Kara has been asked to be the guest speaker for the Upper Columbia Women’s Conference this year. Some of us are thinking of doing a “Ladies Road Trip” to join her – if you are interested in joining us, register for the event at the link below and let the church office know 502-252-8080. We plan on driving up on Friday, May 5, and staying the night – you will need to organize your own accommodation there.

May 6, 10 am-4 pm: Ladies, treat yourselves to a wonderful Sabbath at the Upper Columbia Conference Women’s One-Day Retreat. Our time together will be one of food and fellowship with spiritual nutrition by keynote speaker Kara Johnsson along with a special feature by stained glass instructor Lorrie Kravig. Special music is provided by Alana Alves. Space is limited, so please invite your family and friends to register today. For more information, contact Tamara Terry, (509) 242-0478, tamarat@uccsda.org, or order tickets here. Theme: Unfailing Love.
Event Location: Upper Columbia Conference, Spokane, Washington.

May 5-7, 2017 Men’s Summit.
Men, mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2017 Oregon Men’s Summit. Join us for a weekend of spiritual food and fellowship by beautiful Dorena Lake. This year’s summit features Dick Duerksen and Pastor Marvin Wray. For more info call, 503-850-3559, or go to http://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/2017-men.
Event Location: Dorena Lake.

May 7, 3:00 pm: Women’s Tea Party.
Please join us in fellowship as we celebrate Alumni Weekend and fundraise for PAA faculty supplies and projects. An afternoon tea service will be served. Please RSVP to Sonia Shim at sshim@paasda.org or 503-806-8947.
Event Location: Portland Adventist Academy.

May 13, 5:00 pm: Special Mothers’ Day weekend event.
Attend the Oregon Adventist Men’s Chorus Annual Spring Concert. Free tickets are required, available at www.oamc.org or call 503-970-1693 if you do not have internet access. Register early as seating is limited.
Event Location: Adventist Community Church of Vancouver.

 

 

 

 

 

May 16, 6:00 pm: Chef Mark Anthony: Free Dinner and Message.
Live vegetarian performing arts cooking show! One night only – Don’t miss this exciting event. Chef Mark Anthony has done these events in every single state in the country. For free! He has been on ABC, NBC, ESPN, and appears regularly on 3ABN Worldwide television. Learn about plant-based health and nutrition with the following topics: Weight Loss – Lower Cholesterol – Increased Energy. Seating is limited – reserve your seat today for the May 16 event, 503-658-2248.
Event Location: Pleasant Valley Church.

June 24-July 1, 2017: Heritage Singers Cruise.
Heritage invites you to come along to Alaska for a week of fellowship, a lot of music, and good food in celebration of our 45th year of music and ministry. This will be the last cruise Heritage will do, so come and make history with us. Space is limited, so reserve your cabins early. All the information in this brochure link, and there is more information about the cruise on our website www.heritagesingers.com.

July 7-9: Oregon Adventist Singles Spiritual Retreat.
Join us for this retreat presenting Pastor Bob and Susie Ratcliff on the “Metamorphosis, God’s Transforming Power.” Activities include Row River Trail – biking, hiking/mountain biking trails, canoeing/kayaking/boating on Dorena Lake. Register online at https://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/singles. Cost is $135 per person and includes two nights lodging and five meals.
Event Location: Grove Christian Camp on Dorena Lake.

July 22: Singles at Camp Meeting.
There will be a singles potluck after the noon service at Camp Meeting and it will be held under the trees below the Snack Shack. Following the evening meeting, we will have our annual Ice Cream Social at Zull Hull.
Event Location: Oregon Camp Meeting, Gladstone.

August 25-27, Mini-Mission Trip to Bend.
Oregon Conference Women’s Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mini-Mission Trip with Bend Women’s Ministries. Three Sisters Adventist Christian School in Bend is in need of repairs, painting, landscaping, fencing, and cleaning. Sign up to participate in this exciting event! Husbands are welcome. Learn more at  https://orgcwomen.netadvent.org/upcoming-events or contact Women’s Ministries Leader – Kathy Case at kcase47@aol.com, 541-317-9003, or 541-610-5701. Sign up by March 27, 2017.
Event Location: Bend, Oregon

August 31-September 4, 2017: Single Adults Ministries Cruise.
The 2017 Adventist Single Adult Ministries Cruise to the Bahamas, sponsored by the North American Division, sets sail August 31 – September 4, 2017. Early bird rate for the event ends May 3, 2017, and group rates for cabins end Sunday, April 23, 2017. April 24, 2017, all cabins will be released and regular rates will apply. Our featured speaker will be Mike Tucker. Plan now to join single Adventists from across North America as we fellowship and worship together. To register go to AdventSource https://www.adventsource.org/as30/event.registration.details.aspx?event=427, or for cabins call Holly Kaiser at 402-477-2881.

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April 15 Communiqué

Don’t miss other Announcements  &  Week At a Glance in the Church Bulletin (Click here)

Greetings Church,

For two years, our congregation has been in a constant state of transition. At different times, we’ve said goodbye to beloved pastors and welcomed others into our community. As much as I know that God has been leading through these many months, I’m thankful that the time of transition is soon drawing to a close. It was a few months ago now that we announced Pastor Juan Fresse and his family as our new youth and children’s pastor.

Since the announcement, God has been at work in their lives providing for them. Thankfully, they’re able to finish the school year together in Arkansas as a family. Recently, they put their house on the market and, at last report, a sale is pending. At every turn, God has been caring for their transition. The next step will be for them to find housing in this area. Please pray for them as they continue following God in faith to the home that He has planned for them.

While the exact date isn’t set, it now appears that Pastor Juan will be on board with us here at Sunnyside in early June. This is great news for our children’s ministries team. It’s great news for our high school students and families. It’s great news for our entire church family as we continue about the work of inspiring our community with the gospel.

Please join me in continuing to lift up Pastor Juan, Elizabeth, and all of their children as they officially make their transition to the west coast in the next few weeks.

This weekend, I hope that you’ll make plans to join us at Sunnyside for worship. The events begin on Friday evening with a solemn look at the emotional and spiritual darkness that pressed in when the Light of the World was extinguished. Like a painting in which light and color are juxtaposed against the deep darkness of a background, so will our Sabbath service be the joyful light of celebration set against the darkness of Friday. I hope you’ll plan to join in both events as we celebrate the living Lord.

May God bless each of you on this Easter weekend.

Pastor Jonathan Russell

 

SHOUT OUTS

Send your “shout-outs” to info@SunnysideAdventist.org so we can include them in next week’s Communiqué. This is a place you can recognize someone for doing good, or going beyond expectations.

A shout out to Edson and Adoniah Simon for filling in as choristers at the last minute. Thank you! 

Adoniah & Edson Simon

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Thank you to our decorating team for the lovely Easter decorations. You have decorated our facility to bring the goodness of Easter to Sunnyside! Thank you to Tom and Pauline Davis and their family, Konnie Geschke, Karen Petersen, and Karen Davies.

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Have you seen the tile in the Narthex! What a lovely addition. Thank you to Marian and Lidia Nita for the beautiful workmanship!

Narthex tile with Marian Nita.

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News
This Weekend
Church Announcements
Life at Sunnyside
Adventist Education
Area Events

This Weekend

Friday, April 14, 7:00 pm, we will gather for vespers, “Reflecting on the Day God Died.”

Our worship services are at 8:45 and 11:15 am. Pastor Jonathan Russell will present our Bible message titled “(Almost) Unbelievable.”

This afternoon at 4:00 pm, there will be a memorial service for Anne Wagner Miner. She was the sister of Karen Petersen, Konnie Geschke, and Lynn Wagner.

Church Announcements

Please pray for comfort and peace for the families of . . .

Shannon Goodwin who passed away, March 8. There will be a memorial service here at Sunnyside Church Sabbath, April 29, 4:00 pm.

George Baehm, one of our former members, passed away April 8, 2017, in Tennessee.

Our refugees need assistance! If you are willing to help in any way contact Ray Betz at  503-756-3667. There will be a potluck April 22, for our refugees and anyone able to help. Please come and show your support and love April 22.

April 23, starting at 9:00 am, ending with lunch, there will be a “Work-Bee” here at Sunnyside Church. We are inviting everyone to come and join in this Spring cleaning inside and out. The more hands we have the less time it will take. If you want to work outside bring along gardening, tools, i.e., rake, shovel, etc. At 1:00 pm, lunch will be provided.

Sunnyside’s nominating committee is working on placing volunteers in many areas of service. If you are willing to serve in any area please let Pastor Jonathan or any of the committee members know: Carl Buchanan, Cheryl Ortner, Jan Clayton, Joanne Dixon, Wilfred Geschke, Olivian Gramada, Dean Browning, Jason Chase, Jenny Dalusong, or Barbara Plubell. Thank you.

Family Resource Network—Thank you for your continued support. We do, however, have a critical need that is described below. It is more than just monetary, but we do need your help. We also have a request for a sewing machine. If you have one you would like to donate, please contact Marie 503-998-3754.

Critical Need of Refugee Families
From the beginning of the resettlement process, there has been an intensive effort to help the refugees to learn English and find work opportunities. They have been attending language classes and receiving help in job procurement by the non-profit Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO). It is very important for the refugees to find work to support their families and pay their rent. Job opportunities are good at this time, but many of them that a person with limited English language skills can obtain, require the employee to work on Sabbath. I have been impressed by the stand these people have taken to be faithful to God’s command. Just recently one of our single mothers lost her job rather than to work on Sabbath.

Paul Makoko, a former immigrant from Africa, who is fluent in English, and is a volunteer with the Cultural Navigator Team (CNT) is willing to advise and accompany our refugees for job interviews and help orient them to new job skills.

If any of you know of any entry level jobs for male or female that do not require Sabbath work, please let us know, either by calling Paul Makoko 360-450-8677 mbpaul11@gmail.com or Richard Gingrich, 503-252 9384.

M&Ms

 

Life at Sunnyside

Knitting Club, Linda Porter, Dianne Glovatsky, Judy Denis, Pastor Kara


Landscaping Crew
Shirley Schoepflin, Scott LeMert, Judith Fouts

Tom Kramer

Adoniah Simon

Arnold Petersen

Ben Krueger-Blehm

Phyllis Woods, Pastor Jonathan, Conrad Gren

Adventist Education

Portland Adventist Academy
www.paasda.org
News:  www.paasda.org/news

Portland Adventist Elementary
Please join us for PAES’ annual Book Fair and Open House
Book Fair:
April 24-28
Mon-Fri. 8 am-4 pm.  (Noon on Friday)

Open House:
Thursday, April 27, 5-7:30
Veggie burger dinner: $5.00
Book Fair and classrooms will be open

Come eat and socialize with our school family.  Bring your friends and family. Check out our school, classrooms, and teachers for next year.

Area Events

Come be a part of the team!
Do you want to have a great time helping others and being part of a team that feels like family? If so, please consider volunteering during Camp Meeting this year. We’re looking for hard-working individuals who want to be involved serving God through service to others… and who want to have fun doing it.

We need volunteers for Hispanic Camp Meeting (July 13 – 15) and Gladstone Camp Meeting (July 18 – 22) in a variety of areas including hospitality, shuttle service, safety, and security.  We will also need licensed RNS & EMTs. Whether you can work one day or all week we’d love to have you on our team! To volunteer go tobhttp://volunteer.oregonconference.org or contact Lisa Rodriguez via email at lisa.rodriguez@oc.npuc.org or by phone at (503) 850-3350.

April 21-29, All About Jesus Seminar.
Join us for All About Jesus, presented by Lee and Marji Venden at Mt. Tabor Adventist Church! It will show you how a personal relationship with Jesus is the sum and substance of the Christian life. More than that, it will offer you tangible, practical, plain-English suggestions on how to develop or deepen a meaningful friendship with Him. Lee and Marji Venden currently work as a revivalist team for the Arizona Conference, offering seminars across the United States to assist individuals in their personal walk with Christ. Saturdays at 9:30 am, 11:00 am, 2:00 pm. Sunday and weekdays at 6:30 pm.
Event Location: Mt. Tabor Adventist Church.

May 5, 6: Ladies Road Trip and Spiritual Feast.
Pastor Kara has been asked to be the guest speaker for the Upper Columbia Women’s Conference this year. Some of us are thinking of doing a “Ladies Road Trip” to join her – if you are interested in joining us, register for the event at the link below and let the church office know 502-252-8080. We plan on driving up on Friday, May 5, and staying the night – you will need to organize your own accommodation there.

May 6, 10 am-4 pm: Ladies, treat yourselves to a wonderful Sabbath at the Upper Columbia Conference Women’s One-Day Retreat. Our time together will be one of food and fellowship with spiritual nutrition by keynote speaker Kara Johnsson along with a special feature by stained glass instructor Lorrie Kravig. Special music is provided by Alana Alves. Space is limited, so please invite your family and friends to register today. For more information, contact Tamara Terry, (509) 242-0478, tamarat@uccsda.org, or order tickets here. Theme: Unfailing Love.
Event Location: Upper Columbia Conference, Spokane, Washington.

May 5-7, 2017 Men’s Summit.
Men, mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2017 Oregon Men’s Summit. Join us for a weekend of spiritual food and fellowship by beautiful Dorena Lake. This year’s summit features Dick Duerksen and Pastor Marvin Wray. For more info call, 503-850-3559, or go to http://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/2017-men.
Event Location: Dorena Lake.

May 7, 3:00 pm: Women’s Tea Party.
Please join us in fellowship as we celebrate Alumni Weekend and fundraise for PAA faculty supplies and projects. An afternoon tea service will be served. Please RSVP to Sonia Shim at sshim@paasda.org or 503-806-8947.
Event Location: Portland Adventist Academy.

May 13, 5:00 pm: Special Mothers’ Day weekend event.
Attend the Oregon Adventist Men’s Chorus Annual Spring Concert. Free tickets are required, available at www.oamc.org or call 503-970-1693 if you do not have internet access. Register early as seating is limited.
Event Location: Adventist Community Church of Vancouver.

May 16, 6:00 pm: Chef Mark Anthony: Free Dinner and Message.
Live vegetarian performing arts cooking show! One night only – Don’t miss this exciting event. Chef Mark Anthony has done these events in every single state in the country. For free! He has been on ABC, NBC, ESPN, and appears regularly on 3ABN Worldwide television. Learn about plant-based health and nutrition with the following topics: Weight Loss – Lower Cholesterol – Increased Energy. Seating is limited – reserve your seat today for the May 16 event, 503-658-2248.
Event Location: Pleasant Valley Church.

June 24-July 1, 2017: Heritage Singers Cruise.
Heritage invites you to come along to Alaska for a week of fellowship, a lot of music, and good food in celebration of our 45th year of music and ministry. This will be the last cruise Heritage will do, so come and make history with us. Space is limited, so reserve your cabins early. All the information in this brochure link, and there is more information about the cruise on our website www.heritagesingers.com.

July 7-9: Oregon Adventist Singles Spiritual Retreat.
Join us for this retreat presenting Pastor Bob and Susie Ratcliff on the “Metamorphosis, God’s Transforming Power.” Activities include Row River Trail – biking, hiking/mountain biking trails, canoeing/kayaking/boating on Dorena Lake. Register online at https://orgcfamily.netadvent.org/singles. Cost is $135 per person and includes two nights lodging and five meals.
Event Location: Grove Christian Camp on Dorena Lake.

July 22: Singles at Camp Meeting.
There will be a singles potluck after the noon service at Camp Meeting and it will be held under the trees below the Snack Shack. Following the evening meeting, we will have our annual Ice Cream Social at Zull Hull.
Event Location: Oregon Camp Meeting, Gladstone.

August 25-27, Mini-Mission Trip to Bend.
Oregon Conference Women’s Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mini-Mission Trip with Bend Women’s Ministries. Three Sisters Adventist Christian School in Bend is in need of repairs, painting, landscaping, fencing, and cleaning. Sign up to participate in this exciting event! Husbands are welcome. Learn more at  https://orgcwomen.netadvent.org/upcoming-events or contact Women’s Ministries Leader – Kathy Case at kcase47@aol.com, 541-317-9003, or 541-610-5701. Sign up by March 27, 2017.
Event Location: Bend, Oregon

August 31-September 4, 2017: Single Adults Ministries Cruise.
The 2017 Adventist Single Adult Ministries Cruise to the Bahamas, sponsored by the North American Division, sets sail August 31 – September 4, 2017. Early bird rate for the event ends May 3, 2017, and group rates for cabins end Sunday, April 23, 2017. April 24, 2017, all cabins will be released and regular rates will apply. Our featured speaker will be Mike Tucker. Plan now to join single Adventists from across North America as we fellowship and worship together. To register go to AdventSource https://www.adventsource.org/as30/event.registration.details.aspx?event=427, or for cabins call Holly Kaiser at 402-477-2881.

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