“The answer—given again and again in the New Testa- ment—is that the transformation

we are promised at the end of time has already be- gun in Jesus. When God raised Him from the dead,

He launched His entire project of new creation, and called people of all sorts to be part of that project, already, here and now. And that means that the steps we take toward the ultimate goal—the things which make sense of Christian living in what might otherwise be a long interval between initial faith and nal salvation— already partake of that same character of transformation.”

–N.T. Wright,
After You Believe: Why Christian Character Matters

 

 

Join Children & Family Ministries for a night with the Walla Walla Sweets on Sunday, July 31, at 5pm. Walla Walla's summer league baseball club plays at Borleske Stadium. Get your $5 tickets at the University Church office. Questions? Contact Pastor Jenn Ogden: 509.527.2800 or jenn.ogden@wallawalla.edu

 

 

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MUSIC NOTE

As promised, we have the pleasure of hearing
Julie Penner once more while she and Doug are
still here visiting family. Join me in thanking her for singing again before returning to her teaching duties at Southern Adventist University. We also thank sophomore Paris Altman for leading the praise band

Both vocal anthems derive from Baroque composers. Just a year before his premature death, Henry Purcell (1659– 1695) composed “Sound the Trumpet” to a text written by Nahum Tate (1652–1715). Born into

a family of clergymen, Nahum instead became a poet, hymnist, and, in 1692, England’s poet laureate. “Sound the Trumpet” was first performed at a service in honor of Queen Mary II of England’s birthday. The second anthem, by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767), forms part of an Advent cantata entitled “Open Wide the Door.” As you prepare to worship, I invite you to meditate on the text given here:

Jesu, come and fill my spirit,
let it be Thy dwelling place. Drive from it the dust of sin, Glory, lust and earthy gain; Grant it Thy great light of grace. Jesu, come and fill my spirit,

let it be Thy dwelling place. 

 

-Kraig Scott

 

 

THIS SABBATH
AT THE UNIVERSITY CHURCH
Summer Light

 
 

 
 

 

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TOUCHES OF INTEREST

Beth Moore Simulcast, Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Liberty Theatre in Dayton, WA. Come praise the Lord with your sisters from the Walla Walla Valley & beyond Send a $25 check to register preferably before 25 July: Beth Moore Simulcast, 628 Strom Road, Dayton, WA 99328 Questions? Call or email Marcene: 509-382-4860 or pmhend@bmi.net

Walla Walla Valley Academy Director of Development & Alumni Position Opening: Reporting to and working in close collaboration with the Principal and Vice Principal for Finance, the Director of Development & Alumni will design and execute on a comprehensive development strategy for Walla Walla Valley Academy. This is a part-time (50%) salaried position. Salary based on the NAD Wage Scale and prior experience.

Family Swimming at the Milton–Freewater pool on Tuesday, July 19, from 5:30–8:30pm. Big Franks and fixin’s provided for all. Families please bring a salad or side dish to share. $3.50 for ages <17 and $5.00 for 17+.

Second Service is live-streamed in Heubach Chapel as an optional courtesy for families with small kids.

Summer Church Office Hours are Monday, 2-5pm, Tuesday-Thursday, 8am-5pm and Friday, 8am-12pm.

Rogers Adventist School Library is open Tuesdays in July from 10am-1pm as a summer activity option for children.

Work for Donations: Two strong boys are willing to work for donations for their Student Missions trip. Call the Student Missions office (509 527-2633) or Jeanne Vories (509 301 6715) to make arrangements. Their departure is July 29.

Milton-Stateline Adventist School is accepting applications for a part time contract teacher and a part time librarian. May hire one person who can fulfill both positions. Office hours are Mon-Thurs. 9 am to 1 pm.

Volunteer Opportunities at Christian Aid Center:
•Weekend Breakfast Host every Saturday and Sunday from 6:00 to 8:30 a.m.
•Childcare in the new Child Life Center.  Times available Monday through Friday in the mornings.
Please call Jeannette Regalado, at (509) 525-7153 ext. 114 for more information.  You can also apply on their web site at christianaidcenter.org.

The Walla Walla University annual Alumni Sabbath at Rosario Beach Marine Laboratory will be held August 27, 2016. Come for Sabbath or the full weekend. Meals and accommodations require registration. The guest speaker will be Dave Thomas, dean of the School of Theology. Meals will be catered by Laura Hall. For information, registration, and full schedule details, call Alumni and Advancement Services at (800) 377-2586 or visit wallawalla.edu/Rosario-Sabbath.

Attend Global Leadership Summit 2016 at the University Church August 11-12. Because everyone is a leader of something, everyone is invited - everyone will benefit. This world-class training is guaranteed to energize and inspire you in the work you already are doing in any sphere. Register now for the best rates, wwuchurch.com.

 

 

Free counseling for individuals, couples, and families at Pathways to Change. The clinic is located in Smith Hall and is open Sunday through Thursday from 2 to 9 p.m.  For more information, call 509-527-2654.

 

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EVENTS

Sabbath, July 16
    10:45am — Summer Light Worship Service
    8:00pm — Adventist Singles Vespers & Table Games,    SonBridge
    8:40pm — Sunset    

Tuesday, July 19
    5:30–8:30pm — Family Swimming with CFM

Friday, July 22
    8:00pm — Vespers, Conard Courtyard
    8:34pm — Sunset

Sabbath, July 23
    10:45am — Summer Light Worship Service
    8:00pm — Adventist Singles Vespers & Table Games,                SonBridge
    8:33pm — Sunset    

Sunday, July 31
    5:00pm — Sweets Baseball Game with CFM, Borleske Stadium

August 11-12
    Global Leadership Summit, Sanctuary

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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