Walla Walla University Church
June 24, 2017
Everyone has influence: teachers, moms, dads, lawyers, kids, entrepreneurs, physicians, custodians, students, volunteers, and the list goes on. The Global Leadership Summit is all about challenging us to impact our spheres of influence with excellence and meaning. Mark your calendars for Thursday and Friday, August 10 and 11.
University Church members will receive the special $89 rate by registering before July 11. Full-time Walla Walla University faculty, students, and staff are also entitled to that same pricing, even up until the day the summit begins!
Register now at: wwuchurch.com/gls2017. University Church members, please send an email to Pastors Kris or Jenn for the priority code: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
AT THE UNIVERSITY CHURCH
We thank Charles Oroko, a senior engineering major at WWU, who shares his singing talents, and Schuan Carpenter, who leads the band.
Both sermon and anthem remind us that we all need quiet time in which to hear the still small voice of God. The quiet nature of summer in the Walla Walla Valley generally, and on this campus in particular, provides an especially good time for such reflection. It is our prayer that you will find healing and rest by spending quiet time in this quiet place today.
As we consider “The Sinner’s Need of Christ,” the topic of the second chapter of Steps To Christ, I decided to play a piano prelude, Hymn No.483 “I Need Thee Every Hour.” I grew up enjoying a recording of Kurt Kaiser playing this piece, and this is how I remember his arrangement.
Today's loose offering goes to the Adventist World Church, furthering the work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church worldwide. Your gifts marked "tithe" speci cally support pastors' and teachers' salaries. Gifts marked "University Church Budget" fund ministries like: youth and young adults, children and families, broadcast, and our schools. Thank you for your generous contributions to God's work here in Walla Walla, and beyond!
(Although there is a new look to the giving page
at this link, your username and password
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TOUCHES OF INTEREST
Youth Vespers, Sabbath June 17, 7:30-9pm at Pastor Troy’s house (250 Frog Hollow Rd. in Walla Walla). Join us for worship, bonfire, s’mores, and games!
Register now for Vacation Bible Camp at the University Church. July 10–14, VBC will feature daily morning Bible programs followed by afternoon field trips. Register in the children’s wing on Sabbath mornings, by calling the church office at 509.527.2800 or by registering online here.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small group Bible Study, Prayer, Praise, and Promises. Starting May 30 at 6:30pm at Heubach Chapel. Come to share and pray together. All Welcome.
Bracelets supporting Miles Kearbey are available. They are $5 each, available in both adult and youth size, 100% proceeds go to the Kearbey family. They’re orange (the color for pediatric cancer) with the following inscription: #MilesCourage *Psalms 27:14* #MilesStrength If anyone is interested in buying one (or more), they are welcome to email, text, or call Kate Follett, email@example.com, (509)876-9131.
A mini-bazaar fundraiser supporting Julianna Sayler in her fight against DIPG will be held on Sunday, July 2, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All 12+ vendors involved will be donating a portion of their sales to Julianna. The bazaar will be held at the corner of Wallula and Campbell, just outside College Place. Contact Carrie Bergherm at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Register now for the 2017 Global Leadership Summit. For the second year in a row, the University Church is a premier host site to this great leadership training event. For more information, visit wwuchurch.com/gls2017 or contact
WWU is Hiring! Please visit jobs.wallawalla.edu to view available positions and to fill out an online application.
Gigantic Closing Sale of the Countryside Store, located in the basement apartment of the Hawkins Home at 374 SE Highland Park Dr. in College Place. They are selling all inventory, new books $1 each, used books $.10 each. Garage sale on Sunday, June 25 from 8am-5pm, then Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-3pm until the end of 2017. Call 509-625-4024 with any questions.
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 email@example.com
Don’t Miss Out! Vacation Bible School, June 26-30, College Place Village Church. Theme is, Rome: Paul’s Underground Church, pre-register by June 11, ages 4-12. For questions or to volunteer for any part of VBS, please call the Village Church Office 509-525-0882.
Camp MiVoden: The Great Adventure Your happiness, this summer, is on the mind of all the staff gearing up for a wonderful summer. Visit mivoden.com and register today or call 509-242-0506. Check out the “Ultimate Camps” online such as challenge, cowboy, extreme, wakeboarding and white water rafting. And the regular camps may have space for you still. Look at the possibility of adventure, junior, tween, teen or the family camps.
Sabbath, June 24
10am — Sabbath School
11:15am — Worship Service
7:30pm — Youth Vespers, Fitzgerald Home
8pm — Adventist Singles Vespers, SonBridge
8:49pm — Sundown
Monday, June 26
WWU Church office closed, reopens Tuesday
Tuesday, June 27
6:30pm — Prayer, Praise, Promises Small Group, Heubach Chapel
Wednesday, June 28
7pm — Prayer Meeting, Heubach Chapel
Friday, June 30
8pm — Vespers, Conard Courtyard
8:48pm — Sundown
Monday, July 10-Friday, July 14
9am-4pm — Vacation Bible Camp
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