In the Beginning... Creation Seminar

The Salem Central Adventist Church in conjunction with the North Pacific Union Conference (NPUC) will be hosting a Creation Seminar by Stan Hudson, NPUC Creation Study Center director, at the Elsinore Theatre in Salem, Ore. The seven night series will take place Sept. 7–14 at 7 p.m. each night. Discover the common ground and conflicts between science and religion on the topic of creation. Uncover scientific evidence that point to the authority of the creation narrative.

Stone Tower Church Hosts Seminar

All are welcome to "It's Time To Be About Our Father's Business" seminar.

Dwayne Lemon, director of PTH (Preaching, Teaching, Healing) Ministries will be conducting a weekend seminar focusing on methods of soul winning. He has conducted training seminars in USA and internationally.

Seminar schedule:

  • Friday evening, July 28 at 7 p.m.
  • Sabbath, July 29, at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Lunch will be provided after the church service on Sabbath.

 For more information, call 503-232-6018.

Restoration International's 20th NW Family Retreat

Join us for Restoration International's 20th NW Family Retreat.

Visit or call Vernon and Karina Pettey, 406-890-1195.

Albany Church Sanctuary Seminar

The Albany Church, is presenting Darwin Whitman, founder of The Sanctuary Crusade, Inc. His fascinating presentation will lead us down though history from the wilderness Sanctuary to the Cross of Calvary and how the various symbols have an important meaning even to us today.

May 17–19 at 6:30 p.m.

May 20, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

A delicious lunch will be provided

From Lamb to Dragon Seminar

From Lamb to Dragon at 11 a.m. | Revelation 13:11–13

Have you wondered if the United States has a role in Bible prophecy? This presentation explains the political shifts that have occurred in America’s short 230-year history and how it applies to our country’s significant role in prophecy. Greg Hamilton re-examines our country’s five Founding periods – from the Pilgrims to Donald Trump – in the light of biblical and prophetic perspectives in order to discover where we are today.

Islam & America's Christian Nation Debate at 2 p.m.

Media on the Brain Seminar

Join us for Media on the Brain seminar with speaker Scott Ritsema. We see it all around us. Hollywood, popular music, TV, video gaming, spectator sports, e-relationships, and pornography are saturating the lives of God’s professed people. But what does the latest sciences say about the mind-altering effects of 21st century media? And what is the spiritual agenda in the entertainment and advertising industries?

UCC Children’s Leadership Expo

Registration is available for UCC Children’s Leadership Expo ... a one-day training event for those working with children.

It's happening Sunday, March 5 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Upper Columbia Conference.

This event features VBS, crafts, beginners, creative family worship, primary, current issues, healthy snacks, decorating, junior/earliteen and more.

Registration is required and lunch is included. Register:

"In the Beginning" Creation Seminar

On February 24-25, Stan Hudson, director of the Creation Study Center at North Pacific Union Conference, will be speaking at Tacoma Central Church on the following topics: “In the Beginning…God or Hydrogen?”; “A Call to Worship the God of Genesis”; & “The Flood”; and “On Dragons & Dinosaurs.”

Revelation Speaks Peace

Can you handle some good news today? The “Revelation Speaks Peace” Bible prophecy seminar begins Friday, March 10, at 7 pm. This FREE life-changing seminar will be held at the Agriplex located at Washington State Fairgrounds in Puyallup.

Invite a friend to RSVP with you!

All About Jesus Seminar

The All About Jesus Seminar presented by Lee and Marji Venden, 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.

April 21–29, 2017

  • Saturdays at 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
  • Sunday and weekdays at 6:30 p.m.

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