The University Church worship services technical teams include lighting, live and recorded audio, broadcast, directing, and facility repair-upkeep.

"Reflect on why you find working as a member of our technical team meaningful...."

"Running projection is like being part of the worship team ...
no matter how simple the task, it brings fulfillment and purpose."

–Dallas Reedy, WWUC Projection Team

"Broadcast ministry is a training ground for both young and old for using technology in ministry. We become a spiritual bridge for students as they join churches after graduation."

–Chris Drake, Broadcast ministry leader

 
 

 

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Every Sabbath, a dedicated team of over 30 men and women work to facilitate this community's connection with God through worship. Whether operating our complex lighting system, mixing sound, running cameras, or making spur-of-the-moment decisions in the program, our crews endeavor to make themselves and their contributions invisible to the congregation as they worship. This week we thank and celebrate the professionalism and diligence of these generous people, some of whom have served several hours a week for several decades!

If you are interested in contributing to a ministry that both inspires church members and blesses our community, please contact me at kris.loewen@wallawalla.edu.

-Pastor Kris Loewen

 
 
 
 

 

MUSIC NOTE

We thank two members of the WWU music department, Lyn Ritz and Karin Thompson, for sharing their talents with us. This is an especially poignant day as it is the last time Karin Thompson will present music here before she leaves to take up new teaching duties at Andrews University. We also thank Matt Heinrich for leading the praise music. Please join me in acknowledging all of our musicians and wishing Dr. Thompson well in her move to Michigan.

The string duets come from Italian baroque and early 20th century Russian composers. Pietro Nardini (1722–1793) was a student of Tartini who lived long enough to write not only in baroque but in classical style. Reinhold Glière (1875–1956) was born in Kiev to Polish–German parents.

As you prepare to worship, please silently contemplate our opening hymn. The first stanza is given here.

The God of Abram praise,
Who sits enthroned above;

Ancient of everlasting days,
And God of love;

Jehovah! Great I AM!
By earth and heaven confessed;
I bow and bless the sacred name,
Forever blest.

-Kraig Scott

 

 

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AT THE UNIVERSITY CHURCH
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GIVE

The University Church budget funds many important aspects of our local ministry. Although pastors' salaries are funded by donations marked "tithe", the University Church budget is what subsidizes our amazing K-12 school programs at Walla Walla Valley Academy and Rogers Adventist School. It also makes our worship services and broadcast ministry possible. Thank you for your generous and systematic support!

As always - we welcome your gifts made right here on our website. Click Here to Give!

 
 
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TOUCHES OF INTEREST

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.

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.

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+.

Walla Walla University alumni and friends are invited to WWU Alumni Night at the Walla Walla Sweets baseball game, Wednesday, July 13, 7:05 p.m., Borleske Stadium. Tickets are $2 and are available through WWU Alumni and Advancement Services at 527-2631 or www.wallawalla.edu/sweets.

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.

See the Placement Board report included in today’s bulletin. Today is the second reading of this report.

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EVENTS

Sabbath, July 9
     8:00pm — Adventist Singles Vespers & Table Games,             SonBridge
    8:45pm — Sunset    

Wednesday, July 13
    7:05pm — Sweets Baseball Game, WWU Alumni Night,    Borleske Stadium

Friday, July 15
    8:00pm — Vespers, Heubach Chapel
    8:41pm — Sunset

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

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

August 11-12
    Global Leadership Summit, Sanctuary

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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