The Oregon Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Executive Committee voted that the Bloom group plant in Portland, Oregon, will no longer be part of the Adventist church and Oregon Conference, effective September 1, 2023.
We are so accustomed to sharing abundant praise reports and inspirational stories with you, that it is difficult to share this information with you. But we need to share this with you as our conference-wide family.
On December 2, the Oregon Health Authority held a rules advisory committee meeting to discuss a planned permanent indoor mask mandate. Public reporting of this meeting named the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a participant in this advisory committee. Here’s what that means:
On Tuesday afternoon, August 3, Big Lake Youth Camp was advised by Willamette National Forest Fire Dispatch to begin evacuating campers out of an abundance of caution due to a nearby wildfire.
The Oregon Conference of theSeventh-day Adventist Church joins the chorus of voices to lift up the memory of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and the multitude of other black brothers and sisters whose lives were taken by unjust racially-influenced violence. We join the outcry for justice and raise our voice to stand in support of all our brothers and sisters who continue to live in an oppressive shadow of racially-derived mistrust, fear and abuse by the dominant society.
The letter appealed to the GC administration to follow denominational tithe policy in regard to a recent (2017) extraordinary tithe return by a member of the Oregon Conference.
We celebrate all women and men called to ministry.