On July 30, a group of Oregon Pathfinders took to the skies to attend this year's North Asia-Pacific Division Pathfinder Camporee in South Korea!
Members of the Gladstone City Council took time in their meeting on Tuesday, August 8th, to thank the Youth and Young Adults of the Oregon Conference for their community service projects during camp meeting.
In the first week of August, the Gladstone Park Adventist Church was transformed into a tropical paradise as they hosted the North American Division’s Vacation Bible School (VBS) test event. For those who may not be aware, the Gladstone Park Church is currently the one and only testing location for the NAD’s VBS program before it is finalized and sent out all over the world!
“In Community” was the theme for this year’s Gladstone Camp Meeting. Long before the tents were standing, the pronto pups were frying, or the iconic green benches were set up on the lawn, volunteers and staff were hard at work putting that theme into action.
Join the Oregon Conference office team as we keep praying for this process and seek God’s will for the future leaders of Oregon Conference Education.
This June, a group from Oregon Conference Hispanic Ministries embarked on Next, an educational journey through the Nordic countries of Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Denmark.
“It was a beautiful program, but it was also meaningful. Not only did we work together, we created experiences and had a whole bunch of lessons.” This is the way Natalia Gramada, Sunnyside Adventist Church Adventurer director, described the Adventurer Family Camporee that was held June 9-11th at the Gladstone Park Conference Center.
Juan Pacheco was appointed as the new Assistant to the President for Communication by the Oregon Conference Executive Committee on Thursday, June 22, filling the position formerly held by Jonathan Russell as he transitions into his new role as Assistant to the President.
Scappoose Adventist School (SAS) held its first annual ‘Homecoming Sabbath’ alumni event in March. Teachers, students and staff, past and present, along with church members gathered together to celebrate the school’s 88 years of service to Columbia County.