You are a Masterpiece! Registration is open for the Women’s One-Day Retreat entitled “Masterpiece” scheduled for Sabbath, buy sale May 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the UCC Auditorium. Come, pharmacy  invite your family, neighbors and friends to this inspirational day which will include music, messages from Keynote Speaker Conna Bond and a special feature by artist Michele Davis. For more information or to register online visit or call (509) 242-0478. Space is limited so early registration is recommended.

Volunteers at Camp Meeting: Volunteers are needed to help with the following areas at camp meeting: Signing for the hearing impaired, golf cart drivers, first aid coverage, and media/Camera/technology. If you know someone willing to volunteer, or you have helped in years past and would like to continue, please give Kathy Marson a call at 509-242-0512. Volunteers receive compensation in meals and possibly lodging depending on hours. Camp Meeting is June 17 to 21, 2015.

Camp Meeting? Pick One! Or More! There are several camp meeting in Upper Columbia Conference:

  1. Northern Idaho, Bonners Ferry, June 10-13, 2015, 208-267-0616
  2. UCC at Upper Columbia Academy, June 17-21, 2015, 509-242-0512
  3. Sheridan Meadows, Republic, July 21-25, 2015, 509-775-3019
  4. Walla Walla Camp Meeting, July 29 – Aug 1, 2015
  5. Wenatchee Camp Meeting, September 18-19, 2015
  6. Native American Camp Meeting, September 25-26, 2015

Prayer for Schools: This week, please pray for all the students and teachers participating in mission trips around the globe. Pray for safety and for success in sharing the gospel story. Also please pray for the Schroeder family in Milton-Stateline, Ore.  Last Thursday, they lost their 14 year old son, Fisher, in a car accident.  Fisher was an 8th grader at Rogers Elementary School in College Place, Wash.  Please pray for comfort for all the hurting friends and family, as well as his schoolmates as they deal with this terrible loss.

Stop Homelessness: A workshop that will focus on how to stop homelessness and provide for basic and special needs. Held at 3102 W Fort George Wright Dr. in Spokane March 25 2:30 to 4 p.m.

Hats off to our Youth! Hundreds of youth have fanned out to Wenatchee, Guatemala, India, the world on mission trips to help people get to know Jesus better. In Brewster, 112 Teen Pathfinders are assisting with a variety of projects. Some are helping the principal of Brewster Adventist Christian School. Some are picking up debris and cutting up dead trees; splitting the wood and stacking it; siding the Hispanic church; working around Alta Lake, delivering wood to those in need; and assisting Cindy Cook sorting clothes at the Pateros warehouse. Please keep these youth and those all around the world in prayer! Read more here.