This Gleaner site looks different than what I have been used to.
Our new design helps to clarify the different ways the Gleaner connects us together. The Gleaner is an broad term that describes our monthly print magazine and all the connections that inform and inspire Seventh-day Adventist members throughout the northwestern United States.Read more
The congregation uses a set of assigned Bible verses for each Sabbath service. So it is reverently that the assistant, the hazzan, places the correct scroll in the Guest’s arms.Read more
Alex Bryan has accepted the invitation to once again lead the Walla Walla University Church. Bryan will return to serve as the church’s senior pastor.Read more
It was new and it was daring, but this year’s Oregon Conference women’s ministries team was determined to try it.Read more
The 2013 Christmas Special, "Miracle at Gate 213," is this year’s Adventist media entry to seasonal network television. The plot finds travelers stranded at an airport on Christmas Eve and shares the personal journey of each unfolding through miracles at Gate 213. Adventist messages will air in commercial spots within the program. Contact your local NBC station and encourage them to air “Miracle at Gate 213” during the Christmas holidays. This full-hour program is FREE to NBC stations nationwide this year.
- Walla Walla University's 10-Year Vision
Walla Walla University, in service of its mission and core themes, will pursue a Decade of Sabbath Jubilee — celebrating and sharpening the best of who we are and what God has called us to be: a university offering unparalleled higher education in the context of wholistic, Christian c
Most people know what happens at their local church and many know what their local conference does, but what about beyond that? The General Conference communication department has released a short video explaining how your local church is connected to churches and people on the other side of the world. This video includes statistics about the larger world church and is a great resource for members and non-members alike.
“You need a church building,” he said.Read more
Portland Adventist Academy (PAA) staff and students joined the greater Portland community to mourn a local hero. “It was a sobering sight,” says Linda Neel, PAA teacher.Read more