It’s All About Jesus! The mission of Oregon Conference churches and schools is to focus on Jesus in all things, knowing, loving, and serving Jesus and others as we share Jesus with the world. Sometimes, that feels challenging. Yet our communities need the peace that Jesus brings even more today than ever as we address the COVID-19 pandemic together.
That’s why the Oregon Conference is committed to cooperating with the guidelines of local health authorities and government agencies to promote the public health and wellness of our communities. We are especially concerned for those who are most at risk for severe complications of COVID-19.
Thanksgiving weekend, November 28, the Coos Bay Adventist Church suffered a fire in the church's community service building. Now the community is coming together to restock and help the church begin again.
In the inclusive spirit of Jesus’ ministry, the Oregon Conference Executive Committee marked its commitment to racial diversity through three significant historic actions during their committee meeting via Zoom on Thursday, December 3, 2020.
Adventist Health is pleased to announce that Kyle King, current operations and network development executive, has accepted the role of president for Adventist Health Portland.
When Clackamas County called on a Tuesday night to inquire about using Gladstone Campground, the immediate answer was, “Yes!” From that moment, a few people burst into action, readying the campus for the 100+ RVs that would find their way to us over the next few days.
I’ve heard it called Happy Valley owing, I’m sure, to the myriad “happy campers” that pepper the grounds during Camp Meeting week. I’ve also heard it called Death Valley. Maybe because of the hot, dry, dusty conditions of the hottest summers. Now it has has a new name.