Revelation, Salvation, Symbols and Signs

Revelation, Salvation, Symbols and Signs with James Rafferty, co-director of Light Bearers. Take a walk through the book fo Revelation, focusing on the everlasting gospel as the mean of preparing for what is ahead.

Plus ALIVE! building wholeness with Risë Rafferty, registered dietitian nutritionist. Risë presents a revoluntionary understanding of how diet and lifestyle impact health and happiness.

Membership Loss and Reclamation Seminar

In the last fifty years, 4 of every 10 Seventh-day Adventists have left the church.  What are the causes of this hemorrhage, what can be done to staunch the wounds, and how might we reclaim those who were once part of our church?

History and Meaning of Ordination

The Center for Bible, Faith, and Mission, sponsored by Walla Walla University School of Theology, comes to Sunnyside Adventist Church! The main presenter is Darius Jankiewicz, a professor from the seminary and from Andrews University. He wrote the definitive paper on the history and meaning of ordination. On Friday, 7:00 pm, he will be giving a presentation titled “The History of Ordination.” Sabbath afternoon at 2:00 his presentation titled “The Meaning of Ordination” will be followed with an open forum discussion on what all this means for our church today.

Six-day Natural Remedies and Hydrotherapy Workshop

Six-day Natural Remedies and Hydrotherapy Workshop at Andrews University.

Details available at, email or call 269-471-3541.

Craig McDougall Presents at Hillsboro Church

Dr. Craig McDougall will be sharing on the importance of a plant-based diet at the Hillsboro Church at 3 p.m. McDougall has spoken at past Northwest VEG events.

A light meal will be served following the presentation with a Q&A time with McDougall.

For more information, contact Teresa Lyons at 503-784-8342.

A Fair of the Heart

Learn five keys to heart health at this free event with physician presentation, Q&A breakout sessions, prizes, healthy samples and screenings.

At the Adventist Medical Center Amphitheatre from 12–3 p.m.

To register, call 503-256-4000 or visit

Oregon Conference Marriage Getaway

It's a Wonderful Life! is the theme for the Oregon Conference’s marriage getaway featuring Richie and Timi Brower and Gary and Shelly Parks. No writing assignments, no confrontations or confessions, just great concepts to explore with great people, great food, great music ... and a lot of fun!

Bonus session: Starting a marriage ministry in your church, at the Village Green Resort and Gardens in Cottage Grove, Ore.

Early bird rate available through Feb. 14. For more information, visit

Depression the Way Out Seminar

The new updated "Depression the Way Out” 8-week video seminar will begin Jan. 26, at 6:30 p.m. 

Neil Nedley, founder and speaker, inspires with tested tools to fight depression. There will be healthful food samples as seen in the book, and breakout sessions with a depression coach. If you or someone dear to you is facing depression, this seminar is for you.

Free introduction class is Jan. 11, at 6:30 p.m. There is a materials fee for taking the full 8-week class.

Contact person is available at 360-967-2165.

Discover the Endgame of the Middle East Conflict

You are invited to hear an easy to understand explanation of Daniel 11:45, revealing that we are on the verge of a stupendous crisis. Discover the Endgame of the Middle East Conflict with Pastor John Witcombe.

It all begins Jan. 29, at 7 p.m., continuing Jan. 30, for the morning service and an afternoon meeting at 2 p.m. Fellowship meal will follow the Sabbath morning service. 

For more information, call 360-967-2165.

Understanding & Answering Islam Seminar

Pleasant Valley Church is participating in a seminar event this month in conjunction with RZIM. This seminar will address the foundational differences between Islam and Christianity, and provide tools to understand the nature of the challenge of Islam.

Please make plans to attend and invite any friends interested in spiritual renewal and greater understanding of our Muslim friends.

Event is free, but registration is required. To register, please call 503-658-2248.