Pastor Alex will give the seventh sermon of the "I Love My Church" series today. It is entitled "Environmentally Green" and invites us to think about Christians' relationship with the created world. Please read Romans 8:19–23 in preparation for hearing the sermon.




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This spring, the University Church and WWU Campus Ministries are partnering to present a powerful collection of worship experiences celebrating Jesus' death and resurrection. All are invited to take part! Watch for additional details in future bulletins.




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We are thrilled to welcome musicians from Rogers Adventist School under the direction of Patti Short and student conductor Megan Schwark. It is always a joy when these young scholars share with us. Today we hear the Treble Choir, comprised of students in grades 3–6, and the Jr. High Bells.

The choral offertory consists of two pieces, sung in Hebrew and Latin. “Kol Han’shamah” presents Psalm 150:6, “Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord.” The composer, Robert Applebaum, spent a career alternating between music (composing and performing) and high school teaching (physics and chemistry) before retiring to focus on music composition. Rollo Dilworth is chair of music education and music therapy at Temple University in Philadelphia. “Exsultate Justi” forms a paraphrase of Psalm 33, and the translation is given below. As you prepare your heart to worship, please meditate on these words or on those of our hymns.

Rejoice in the Lord, O ye just:
Praise is fitting for the upright.
Give praise to God upon the harp,
Play upon the ten-stringed psaltery.
Sing to Him a new song.

Sing skillfully with a strong voice.

-Kraig Scott





Thank you for your generosity to the local ministry of the University Church, as well as to the mission of the Adventist Church globally. Our yearly University Church budget funds all our local ministries aside from pastoral salaries. The following graphic compares the last three consecutive years' giving-to-date with this year's budget-to-date.

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All-Church Potluck, including students and visitors, is today, Sabbath March 11 at 1:15pm in the Fellowship Hall.

Christina Johanson, daughter of Bruce and Anne Johanson, wasseverely injured on February 13 in a bicycle accident while visiting her parents in India.  She sustained serious brain injuries and is still there until she recovers enough for transport home.  She facesextensive rehabilitation treatment.  The family is asking for our prayers.

WWVA Drama presents “Seussical, Jr.,” a one-act musical based on the stories of Dr. Seuss. There are four performances in Walla Walla University’s black box theater (4th and Davis): March 11 at 7pm and 9pm, and March 12 at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets will be available at the school starting March 6.

The WWVA Orchestra is on tour to Italy March 15-23. Please join the pastoral staff in prayer for safety, joy, beauty, and community building for the players, leaders, and parents who travel.

Registration for Rogers Adventist School is now open. A discounted registration fee is available until April. Please be sure to contact the Rogers treasurer about details and programs for making Rogers affordable. We want every motivated student and family to have a spot at this amazing school. Call 509.529.1850 or email

Apply now for an amazing summer scholarship program by the Upper Columbia Conference for Adventist Education. Students in grades 1-12 can apply to serve in their communities and receive scholarship funds for school tuition. Donors can give to this Summer Scholarship Program and make more funds available to more families. This is a win-win opportunity. To learn more go here: Online applications will be available until May 15, 2017

Please join us in praying for WWU student missionaries. This week, we especially remember Julia McEdward and Meghan Spracklen, serving in Timor-Leste in SE Asia.

50-PLUS CLUB POTLUCK is Sunday, March 19 at 5pm in the Youth Center. Please bring a favorite vegetarian dish and enjoy a musical program presented by the Umapine Philharmonic.

In the Footsteps of the Judges and Jesus:  Study the stories of the Judges and the Book of Mark and follow in the places where they walked.  La Sierra University is offering a study tour of Israel and Jordan, July 2 – 25 with Doug Clark, Bev Beem, and Kendra Haloviak Valentine. For further information contact

Please donate Lego and Duplo blocks for our Children and Family Ministries Vacation Bible Camp. No specific types or colors needed. Bring your new or used donation to Pastor Jenn’s office or contact her for more information:

Milton-Stateline Adventist School is collecting loose change for Julianna Sayler. If you would like to help by bringing in your pennies, dimes, nickels, and quarters, please bring them to the school office. We will be collecting until Friday, March 17th.

ASWWU Global Service is hosting the annual Interntional Food Fair on Sunday, May 5. They are asking for volunteers to make food from around the world. ASWWU will help with costs for any cooks. If any of you are interested in helping out or getting some more information, please e-mail

Elder John Freedman, newly elected President of the North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, will host a one hour get acquainted, question/answer period Sabbath, March 25, 4:00 PM, College Place Village Church. Everyone is invited to attend.

You are invited to attend the Jaime Jorge Concert tour: “The Healing Music” Concert Tour on March 31, 2017 at 7:00 pm in the Milton SDA Church. Come and listen to his marvelous violin music and captivating personal story of how God has led him. This concert will be an unforgettable experience and blessing!

Childcare Available: Stay-at-home, SDA mom of 2 young children in my home.  Flexible days and times of day.  For more information, please call 509-240-6303 or 509-876-4245.  Please leave a message if no answer.

SonBridge Thrift & Gift Store is recruiting Summer Volunteers to sort donated goods and clothing. If interested, please call (509) 529-3100.

Christian Aid Center is in need of breakfast cooks, serving from 6-8am. Days currently open are Saturday, Sunday and Monday.  Please contact Jeannette Regalado for more information, 509-525-7153.

Walla Walla University Alumni Association is seeking an exceptional person to manage all aspects of the Havstad Alumni Center.  Key activities include planning and coordinating alumni events, managing guest rooms, recruiting and supervising a network of alumni and community volunteers, and working with university and outside resources to communicate Center-related activities. This is a part-time position.  All interested parties seeking more information can contact the Alumni Association at (509) 527-2241 or

Bible Study on The Power of Praying for Your Adult Children led by Carol Cosaert and Lori Hutton (We will be using the book and study guide The Power of Praying for Your Adult Children by Stormy Omartian.) At the University Church Gathering Room on Wednesdays from 7:00-8:00 p.m.  You’ll need The Power of Praying for Your Adult Children book and study guide available at the ABC or online. Contact or for more information.

College Place Co-op Preschool has openings for children 3-5 years old.  Play-based & child-centered program of the WW Community College.  Tue/Wed/Thur from 9am-12pm. Only $90/month. Meets in the children’s wing of WWU Church. For more info contact Teacher Andrea @ 301-3878 or program manager @ 527-4237.

Milton-Stateline Adventist School is looking forward to the 2017-2018 school year. We are happy to announce that we will be continuing the 4 full time teaching positions. We need to fill 3 part time positions, a librarian, a 5/6 Social Studies and Science Teacher and a Resource Aide. If you would like to apply call 541-938-7131 or email at

Milton-Stateline Adventist School is accepting applications for a bus driver. You may contact us at 541-938-7131 or email




Sabbath, March 11
    1:15pm — All-church potluck, Fellowship Hall
    5:54pm — Sundown
    7 and 9pm — “Seussical, Jr. musical, The Black Box
    7pm — Adventist Singles vespers, SonBridge
    8pm — WWUDrama Festival of Shorts, Village Hall

Sunday, March 12
Daylight Savings Time Begins
    8pm — WWUDrama Festival of Shorts, Village Hall

Monday, March 13
    7:30am — (M-W spring break) Morning Worship, Heubach Chapel

Tuesday, March 14
    7pm — High Five Youth Group, Jr. High Room

Wednesday, March 15
    6:30pm — Pathfinder Club, Fellowship Hall
    7pm — Prayer Meeting, John 15, Heubach Chapel
    7pm — Praying for Our Children group, Gathering Room

Thursday, March 16
WWU Spring Break Begins
    6:30pm - J.U.M.P., Juniors Room

Friday, March 17
    7:02pm — Sundown
    No WWU Vespers, Spring Break

Friday, March 17 - Monday, March 27
     Spring break for WWVA, Rogers, and WWU

Sunday, March 19
     5pm - 50-Plus Club potluck, Youth Center

Sabbath, March 25
   4pm - Conversation with John Freedman, NPUC
President, Village Church.

Monday, March 27
WWU classes resume, spring quarter