2016 UCC Mens's Summit
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Come to lunch at the Northport Adventist Community Center's Main Street Cottage. A place where all can come and receive a healthy meal every Thursday.
Jeff Wines talking about the theme of MiVoden Summer Camp 2016.
Learn about the one-day event for children's ministry in Upper Columbia Conference through this short video. The next workshop is March 5, 2017. Save the date!
Pendleton and Hermiston youth and church members volunteered on a Friday to serve at a soup kitchen and also help clean and pull weeds around the building.
Young people from Walla Walla made a trip to a retirement home to help spread cheer among the residents as well as to offer prayer.
Members from the Yakima Valley came together to canvass, clean a local park, and repair/clean up the community church.
Young people and church members came together to clean the yard for a young family who is trying to remodel and build a home.
Young people from Tri-Cities spent the afternoon
This is a 17 minute compilation of several stories recorded during the free health clinic entitled, "Your Best Pathway to Health." This event was held in Spokane August 3,4, 2015.Over 1500 volunteers registered to assist in this event and over 3,000 visitors received medical services. This is a short tribute to the event and how it made a difference in so many lives. The Upper Columbia Conference partnered with the city of Spokane, Wash., and ASI to provide medical, dental and vision services to those who needed the service. It was provided without regard to insurance and completely free of charge.
Penny and Carl Buick, local SAIL coordinators in East Wenatchee, share how the program has helped them as well as the attendees. This program can be replicated in almost any community. SAIL, Staying Active and Independent for Life, is a governmental program that local groups can utilize to help people stay active so they will not fall.
Pathfinder Teens from all over Upper Columbia Conference enjoy a weekend retreat at Camp MiVoden. Even some unconventional games which gave them some extra insights into spiritual growth.
Finding ways to connect with their community, the members of the Spokane North View Adventist Church host Dinner with the Doctor - an event held at the community library.
Here is what the 2016 UCC Men's Summit was like. Held each year in March, this event is enjoyed by men from all over the Northwest. Plan on attending the next summit at Camp MiVoden. You will be blessed beyond measure. The next Men's Summit is March 3-5, 2017.