New Conference Office Officially Opens

July 7 began as usual with worship at the Oregon Conference office. But there was one difference—workers had worship in the chapel of the new conference office building. Don Livesay, president, spoke of the Oregon Conference's purpose, to serve and assist churches so more people may be brought to Christ. After worship, workers walked through the building, asking God’s blessing on their efforts and on the building and for it to shine with God’s Love.

At 10:00 a.m., local officials joined the team for an open house ceremony and ribbon cutting in front of the new building. Wade Byers, Gladstone mayor; Frank Grace, chief of police; Alf Birch, former Oregon Conference president; and Bryce Pascoe, North Pacific Union Conference executive secretary, were a few of those in attendance.

You're welcome to visit the new office at 19800 Oatfield Road, Gladstone, Ore., the same campus where Gladstone camp meeting has been held since 1930.

August 01, 2008 / Oregon Conference
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