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Conference News & Events 
April 24, 2020  

Greetings to all our BC Conference Members. We would like to share news and events that are happening around the BC Conference during the month of April. 

Please Note: With the situation continuously evolving around the COVID-19 virus, event information may change. Please continue to check each event website or email/call the event numbers provided for the most current updates.

If you would like your Church news or event to be featured here please contact the Communications Department at the Conference office:
Email communications@bcadventist.ca
Phone604 853-5451. ext 402

Click on the images / e-mail address / another website that is provided below the description to see more information for the event.

Camp Meeting 2021 Registration 

To our valued Camp Meeting Guests: 

I am sure you are all aware that the BC Conference Board of Directors has cancelled Camp Meeting 2020 due to the pandemic we are currently experiencing. All CM 2020 registrations will be rolled over to 2021. If you have not had the chance to read the official statement yet, you can find it here: https://www.bcadventist.ca/

Although we won’t be seeing you at Camp this year, we would like to inform you that we are still pushing through with the transition to online registration for Camp Meeting 2021. As we are now almost at the last stages of transition, we would like to ask all our registered guests to please send us an email at campmeeting@bcadventist.ca with your full name, site number, phone number, and current mailing and email addresses. All information related to the new online registration will be sent initially via email, and so it is important that we have your correct information on file. We will keep you informed of the latest developments through our website. 

Thank you very much for your support and understanding. May you all be blessed in different ways as you keep yourselves and your families safe during these difficult times. 

~Camp Meeting Registration Team

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Happy Sabbath from the British Columbia Conference!
View/download the Sabbath School lesson here:

https://absg.adventist.org

 http://ssnet.org/study-guides/
 
Considering that most of our churches are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we recommend that you contact your pastor, your church treasurer, or the conference office to receive information on how to continue giving your tithes and offerings online.  You can also give through the Adventist giving app located in the app store or use the links listed below. 
Online – Adventist Giving Tutorial
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sClEWLS-n0&t=36s
 
Links – Adventist Giving Apps
Apple iOS Adventist Giving App
https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/adventist-giving/id1305324406
 
Android Adventist Giving App
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details…
 
Link for Online Giving
https://adventistgiving.org/#/org/AN6888/envelope/start
 
Thank you for your ongoing prayers and financial support of the Lord’s work here in the British Columbia Conference
 
The British Columbia Conference Churches that are currently set up for livestream are listed below. Most church services begin at 11:00am on Sabbath mornings, unless otherwise posted. Some churches offer Sabbath School classes (see posted times.)  Click on the provided links below to watch the service live. We will be adding additional churches to the list as we receive their livestream information.
  

BC ADVENTIST DIGITAL COMMUNITY – ONLINE SABBATH SCHOOL 
https://www.bcadventist.ca/church-support/online-bible-study/
Begins at 9:30am PDT, 10:30 MDT
Zoom Meeting 
ID: 286-088-110
https://zoom.us/j/286088110

ABBOTSFORD ADVENTIST CHURCH 

ARMSTRONG ADVENTIST CHURCH 

ASHCROFT, BETTER LIVING CENTRE COMPANY, MERRITT CHURCH

BELLA COOLA ADVENTIST CHURCH
Website https://bellacoolabc.adventistchurch.org/
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/BellaCoolaHopeInJesus/
BURNABY ADVENTIST CHRUCH
Worship Service 
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 
https://www.gotomeet.me/Nes-TeamVan/new-meeting 
You can also dial in using your phone. 
Canada: +1 (647) 497-9391 
Access Code: 911-922-245
OR
https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/911922245

Worship service 
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/534170477?pwd=RVNQbFdWLzRZSU1oUy94emVGTWEwQT09
Meeting ID:    748-424-394
Password:      025141

Sabbath School begins at 9:30am
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/377280902?pwd=ZmM4QlJLZ1JrdlBINTJlWUpBUkFiZz09
Meeting ID:    828-181-719
Password:      009093

CHERRYVILLE ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Worship service
https://zoom.us/j/912645785 

CHILLIWACK ADVENTIST CHURCH 

CHURCH IN THE VALLEY 

CHETWYND ADVENTIST CHURCH 

CORNERSTONE ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Worship Service Weekly: https://zoom.us/meeting/tJEqcuCrpjsuE9Qd6d_j5xIUiIDmHL2-SG2p/ics?icsToken=98tyKuCtqT4jGdyVtBCHRowMB4_4XenxiGJbj_psmEnhPCoGeirDP8tmP5pTQpXj
Meeting ID: 957 5938 0490
Password: 293356

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CRANBROOK & CRESTON ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Worship Service 
Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 286-088-110
https://zoom.us/j/286088110
 
Sabbath School begins at 9am 
Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 286-088-110
https://zoom.us/j/286088110

ENDERBY ADVENTIST CHURCH 

FRASER VALLEY ADVENTIST CHURCH

GRANDVIEW ADVENTIST CHURCH 

MISSION & MAPLE RIDGE ADVENTIST CHURCH
Please call or email Pastor Jorge Tenorio in advance if you’d like to be connected with Zoom for Sabbath School or Worship Service. 604-312-1849, jtenorio@bcadventist.ca

NANAIMO, PORT ALBERNI & PARKSVILLE CHURCHES

OAKRIDGE ADVENTIST CHURCH  

ORCHARD CITY & WINDFIELD ADVENTIST CHURCHES
Worship Service begins 10:30am–Noon 
https://zoom.us/j/449447582
 
Kids Program begins at 9:45am 
https://zoom.us/j/6549866930
OSOYOOS & OLIVER ADVENTIST CHURCH
Worship Service
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsKlXt89sdcnz1ZpUc1BE1A

PEACE RIVER REGION CHURCHES

PRINCE GEORGE ADVENTIST CHURCH 


SON VALLEY FOLLOWSHIP
Worship Service
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmB_KcI7MA2XL3RUGIL5W6g

SURREY ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Sabbath School Classes begin 10am
Worship Service
surreysda.com


VANCOUVER CHINESE ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Worship Service
https://m.facebook.com/groups/616572048444788?ref=bookmarks 
VANCOUVER FILIPINO ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Worship Service
https://www.facebook.com/vanfilsdachurch 


 REST HAVEN & VICTORIA ADVENTIST CHURCHES 
Worship Service – 12 NOON
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAH9yja2dgbM4J_RFisWGFg
Sabbath School begins at 10am
 Zoom Meeting 
 Meeting ID: 489 556 590
 https://zoom.us/j/489556590

WESTMINISTER ADVENTIST CHURCH
Worship Service   
https://www.newlifeadventist.ca or 
https://www.westminstersda.org  


WHITE ROCK ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Worship Service
https://livestream.com/WhiterockSDAchurch/events/8876988

Sabbath School begins at 9:45am
https://livestream.com/WhiterockSDAchurch/events/8876988

VANCOUVER YUGOSLAVIAN ADVENTIST CHURCH
Online Bible study and worship every Saturday @9:30 am (both services are on Serbo-Croatian language). For more information, please, contact us on adventisti.vancouver@gmail.com

The British Columbia Conference Churches that are currently set up for Mid week meetings with livestream are listed below. Please see each church listing for times of the meetings. Click on the provided links below to watch the meetings live. We will be adding additional churches to the list as we receive their livestream information.


ABBOTSFORD ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Prayer Meeting – Wednesday - 7 pm 
https://zoom.us/j/394007130?pwd=dHA3OW1rVDFXNkJ6QjA2eUR4bGkydz09
Meeting ID: 394 007 130
Password: 654789
Or https://zoom.us/j/394007130?pwd=dHA3OW1rVDFXNkJ6QjA2eUR4bGkydz09&status=success
ABUNDANT LIFE ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Prayer Meeting – Wednesday 7:30 pm 
Friday night Vespers – 7:30 pm
https://www.facebook.com/vanfilsdachurch 
BELLA COOLA ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Prayer Meeting –Tuesday 7 pm 
https://bellacoolabc.adventistchurch.org/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/BellaCoolaHopeInJesus/
BURNABY ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Prayer Meeting – Tuesday 7 pm
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 
https://www.gotomeet.me/Nes-TeamVan/new-meeting 
You can also dial in using your phone. 
Canada: +1 (647) 497-9391 
Access Code: 911-922-245
OR
https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/911922245
CAMPBELL RIVER ADVENTIST CHURCH
Prayer Meeting – Wednesday 6:30 pm 
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/758589428?pwd=clZVMDJ5WXA4UkVmOVZaVHA0c1JHQT09
Zoom ID: 226-719-419
Password – 020624
CORNERSTONE ADVENTIST CHURCH
Prayer Meeting - Monday & Thursday Evening 7:30 pm 
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 739-292-359
https://zoom.us/j/739292359
CHURCH IN THE VALLEY
Women’s Bible Tuesday - 7 pm
https://zoom.us/j/187647921?pwd=OWlhS0g4eGk4cVc5MTJhVEtNZi9Edz09
password is women2020
You can also call using your phone: 778-907-2071
Meeting ID: 187 647 921
Password: 668990 
 
Wednesday – Prayer Meeting - 7 pm 
https://zoom.us/j/491539558?pwd=bEZSMFdMelIvZ1BkWTdidjBnSG4wQT09
password is prayer2020
You can also call using your phone: 778-907-2071
Meeting ID: 491 539 558
Password: 146585
 
Thursday – Mom’s Time Out - 9 pm 
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/218803404
No password required 
 CREEKSIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Prayer Meeting Wednesday & Friday – 8:30 pm (English)
creekside.burnaby@gmail.com
FRASER VALLEY ADVENTIST CHURCH
Prayer Meeting – Wednesday - 7 pm 
https://www.gotomeet.me/Nes-TeamVan/new-meeting 
You can also dial in using your phone. 
Canada: +1 (647) 497-9391 
Access Code: 911-922-245 
Or
https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/911922245
CREEKSIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH
Prayer Meeting Wednesday & Friday – 8:30 pm (English)
 creekside.burnaby@gmail.com
PORT HARDY ADVENTIST CHURCH  
Prayer Meeting – Tuesday - 7 pm 
https://www.facebook.com/PHSDAChurch/
PENTICTON ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Prayer Meeting – Wednesday - 7 pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8047986043?pwd=VHkxOHV3QWdMbXFBMm1JaG05SkRYdz09
RUTLAND ADVENTIST CHURCH
Prayer Meeting – Wednesday - 7 pm
https://zoom.us/j/520164055
SURREY ADVENTIST CHURCH
Pray Meeting – Wednesday – 6 pm
surreysda.com
SURREY FILIPINO ADVENTIST CHURCH
Bible Study Wednesday & Friday – 7 pm 
https://meetingsamer2.webex.com/webappng/sites/meetingsamer2/meeting/download/df872c146c5c4b5f93891b5c8b7233b7?siteurl=meetingsamer2&MTID=m040d548841708e0cea01b4143acdffd2
Meeting number 627 474 001
Password HelsCommingAgain 
VANCOUVER FILIPINO ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Prayer Meeting – Wednesday - 7 pm
Friday night Vespers
https://www.facebook.com/vanfilsdachurch
VANCOUVER YUGOSLAVIAN ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Prayer Meeting – Wednesday – 7 pm (English)
 creekside.burnaby@gmail.com 
WESTMINSTER ADVENTIST CHURCH 
Prayer Meeting 7:30 pm (First, Third and Fifth Tuesday)
Telephone number 1-866-342-7590 Pin: # 28299
 
Second and Forth Tuesdays - 7 pm 
https://www.westminstersda.org/
 
Thursdays - 6 pm Meeting ID: 475 835 144 Password 824720
WILLIAMS LAKE ADVENTIST CHURCH
Prayer Meeting Tuesday – 6:30 pm   
https://www.facebook.com/williamslakesda
For more information regarding Adventure Virtual Camp please call Shelley Gibbons at  
604-853-5451 ext 304 or email Shelley at sgibbions@bcadvntist.ca
7:30 AM to 8:00 AM general inquiries Monday through Friday — Zoom Meeting ID : 913 0150 5359
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM every Monday for Summer Camp inquiries — Zoom Meeting IDhttps://zoom.us/j/97821974864
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM every Tuesday Adventurer inquiries — Zoom Meeting IDhttps://zoom.us/j/97214649551
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Every Wednesday Youth and Young Adult inquires — Zoom Meeting IDhttps://zoom.us/j/91637044071
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM every Thursday Pathfinder inquiries — Zoom Meeting ID: https://zoom.us/j/93561777230
We want our church to come back stronger and more unified from this experience. Normally we talk about how digital technologies are a powerful means to scale up traditional ministry and evangelism, but COVID-19 has pushed the need for digital to be the priority. The NAD BIG DATA + Social Media Services has created resources we think you will find useful to help migrate your worship service and help you build an online community for your church.

https://www.sdadata.org/goingdigitalcovid19.html
 
It Is Written Canada
 
Why Such Senseless Shootings in Nova Scotia?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNbyT-dYBt8
ROBSON VALLEY JR. ACADEMY
McBride School 3D Prints Protective Gear for Hospital Workers

The 3D printing lab of a Northern B.C. school has transformed into a face shield factory, building morale and peace of mind for local front-line health workers.

Robson Valley Jr Academy in McBride has its 3D printers working non-stop to fill orders of 50 face shields to each McBride and District Hospital and the Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops.

“Providing us with these reusable face shields solved a huge problem for us,” said Tanatia Teering, a health aide at McBride and District Hospital.

Workers had been using disposable masks when Jerry Stanley, a teacher at the Academy, asked Teering if they could put re-usable face shields to use.

Even though McBride hadn’t seen an influx of COVID019 patients as other regions have, workers were worried and uncertain, said Teering and the face shields brought huge relief to her colleagues.

While Canada has fared generally well, many jurisdictions around the world are experiencing shortages in personal protective equipment (PPE).

“Now we can just sanitize them and then reuse them after. It really changed morale,” she said.

For Dr. Keith Carter, head of the anesthesiology department at Royal Inland Hospital, Stanley’s face shields will bring some peace of mind. While the hospital still has enough protective gear for staff, given the worldwide shortage and the uncertainty about how long COVID-19 will be a threat, having a small supply of extra PPE on hand just seemed prudent.

“In anesthesia, we have the highest risk job in the hospital when it comes to COVID,” said Carter. Six times riskier, an highest when intubating patients.

“You’re within a foot of the patient’s mouth and they’re coughing,” Carter said. “It doesn’t get much higher risk than that.”

Everyone in his department wears an N95 mast and face shield at all times.

“I have a responsibility as a department head to do the best I can to protect people in my department,” he said. “Having somebody like Jerry in the community who’s able to produce things that we might potentially run out of is huge.”

Like most great projects, the face shield operation began as a modest seed of an idea, that grew.

Last year, Stanley came across online videos of people making hand prosthetics for kids using 3D printing.

“The students were super enthused and excited,” said Stanley.

That led to the school getting certified as an E-Nable chapter of the international non-denominational, Enabling the Future, an organization of volunteers who use open source 3D printing designs to make prosthetics for mostly children around the world.

Students had been in the process of building five prosthetics for individuals in Calgary, New Jersey, Ecuador, England and McBride when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.


Robson Valley Jr Academy face shields for health workers. Specially-designed snap-on piece (A) that clips into brow of face shield (B) protecting health care workers from virus droplets over the top of the mask. Modified shield clips on 3D printer (C). Face shield with laminator sheet (D). //JERRY STANLEY photos

With students suddenly doing schooling from home, their 3D printing production took a dramatic downturn.

That’s when Stanley came across another online post. This one about using 3D printers to make face shields for health care workers.

“I thought that’s interesting,’ said Stanley. “That’s something we could totally do here.”

Teering was the mother of one of his students.

We were using disposable face shields which were in short supply already,” said Teering.

Stanley got to work. Since cost was an issue, he went with a design that used office laminator sheets instead the more expensive, less available, polycarbonate.

But the designs he found online were finicky.

“The whole point of this is you want it to be a fast change shield so you can take it off and grab another one,” Stanley said. So, he designed a brow band with a friction fit.

“The sheet just basically clips in and stays there,” said Stanley. “Then you can change out a shield in a matter of a few seconds.”

McBride health care workers wear the face shields for their whole shift, sanitizing the head band and laminator sheets between patients.

All this was enough, but Stanley didn’t stop there. When he learned health workers got sores and pressure points behind their ears from wearing surgical masks, Stanley found another design online.

A simple band that clipped onto the elastics, it holds a mask in place behind the head instead of around the ears.

“When I bought them in yesterday and started handing them out to the staff, there was happy tears because people’s ears were hurting so bad,” said Teering, who distributed 28 of the Academy’s clips. “My co-worker… literally did a happy dance in the hallway.”

Stanley is now working another design: a piece that fits onto the brow piece to close the gap at the top of the face shield. It snaps on and off easily for sanitization.

“It’ll still let in all the light,” said Stanley. “But keep out the viruses, hopefully.”

___

By Fran Yanor,
Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
~Taken from The Mountain Goat News Article

https://www.therockymountaingoat.com/2020/04/mcbride-school-3d-prints-protective-gear-for-hospital-workers/?fbclid=IwAR2GJmXZhlcs-mK4todhUBCcPU4Br9SBQznlZdEztYkQtBXes18ZdVfJpT0

RUTLAND SDA CHURCH
American Family of Mexican Descent Finds Safety in Kelowna

New Kelowna residents Arturo Gonzalez and wife Carmen grew up in the United States, having moved there from Mexico with their respective families when they were young children.

The two grew up in the same neighbourhood in Orange County, California, attended the same schools and church, and eventually married in 2006.

They were American in every way except on paper, but after not being able to ever adjust their legal status in the USA, in mid-2018 they decided it was time to pursue a better future for themselves and their sons, 12-year-old Jacob, 11-year-old Samuel and 10-year-old Benjamin. 

“We really didn’t think much about it until we had kids,” says Arturo. "We started thinking about our future, the future of our kids … I said "you know what honey, time’s passing by really quick. Pretty soon we’re going to be seeing ourselves at 60. We are not going to have a retirement, we are not going to have anything," so I think it’s best for us to look out for our family.”

A relative knew of an open position at a Linda Vista University in Chiapas Mexico as a bi-lingual assistant pastor/English teacher, so Arturo called up colleagues he knew in Mexico to enquire about the position and the area, as well as having an in-depth discussion about safety with the university.

"One of the main things we asked was how is everything violence wise? We hear about cartels, we hear about shootings, and they said there is shootings. There is everything but it’s not where we’re at, because where we’re at it’s a small little town. It’s about 10,000 people. Everybody knows the university, they respect our staff, they respect our students so you guys won’t have an issue with that. Don’t worry about it. So my wife and I talked about it and said we’re going to go ahead and take the offer."

Arturo left the United States and arrived in Mexico on Aug. 14, 2018. Two weeks later, he was joined by his wife and children, and they all soon realized the re-occurring sound of celebratory fireworks was actually the sound of gunshots. 

They soon realized the neighbourhood wasn’t safe, and a few months later the situation escalated.

The family were caught in the middle of multiple shootings, were on the receiving end of threats and violence, and even received an anonymous tip-off letting them know they were being targeted for kidnapping. 

The family's puppy was stolen, they were robbed of nearly 13,000 litres of water they had stored up for the annual drought, everybody in town knew where they lived despite having not shared that information, and all along, locals told them not to make a fuss. 

"My kids were devastated by the dog being taken. I asked around, nobody knew, but one of the little kids said a man came and took my dog. I asked the kid’s dad and asked did you know about this? He was like, "look if I was you I wouldn’t worry about it, you don’t want trouble. Just go on with your life. Your life is not worth it for a dog.” 

“They see Mexicans that grew up in the States as traitors in a way, for not wanting to make their country better … they don’t want us there, and one of the things that we noticed after trying to figure out where to go is that actually people like me and my wife were more of a target for cartels and everything. My uncle was very frank with us and said you know what, if you guys stay here, you guys are easy target for the cartels because they know you have family members over there. You guys speak differently, you guys dress differently from here, they will notice right away you guys are not from here.” 

After trying to take his family out to eat for his son's graduation celebration, and finding themselves once again in a life-threatening situation, they realized they needed to leave.

With no option to return to the United States, the family came to Canada to seek refugee status, and Arturo took up a position as assistant pastor at the Rutland Seventh Day Adventist church.

Upon arrival in Kelowna, the church organized a home for the family, cooked them hot meals and did everything they could to ensure they felt safe and welcome, especially given the boys' recent diagnosis of PTSD. 

Arturo says what they are enjoying the most right now is the sense of security they have living here and are hopeful their application for refugee status will be approved soon.  

"It’s been a long ride for us as a family but we found a very safe place here and we hope to stay here for as long as possible.

“I could tell you the court date went great but I have no idea what the judge will say. We’re just praying to God and hoping that everything goes well. Quite honestly I wouldn’t know what to do if they denied it."

___

By ,
~Taken from the Castanet News Article

https://www.castanet.net/news/Kelowna/297312/American-family-of-Mexican-descent-finds-safety-in-Kelowna

#BCStewardshipStories

BC Stewardship Stories
Month to month we are presenting inspirational stories that highlight the blessings of serving the Lord faithfully. 

In case you missed them, click on the link below to view the video library:
https://vimeopro.com/bcadventist/stewardship-series


Watch the latest video:

The Local Church: OAC & CIV
"Ready to Help in Times of Trouble"
#KeepGodInFocus

InFocus is an ongoing collection of stories of our God alive and working in real people’s lives today. In a world filled with doubt and uncertainty, may these inspirational shorts bring you hope and encouragement one story at a time. 

In case you missed them, click on the link below to view the video library:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-u3X5HrMFwzvaUPnpoNfN-D6sMv8bPee


Watch the latest video:

Ella Ongyiu
“The Desert”
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SILVERHILLS GUESTHOUSE
2020 Session Dates
Come Walk Our Trails
MORE INFO: 1 888-547-9456
2020 GENERAL CONFERENCE SESSION
POSTPONED
to May 2021


Click to read the official announcement
MOUNTAIN VIEW SUMMER CAMP
Seniors Camp
June 21-26, 2020

Office Number: 778-769-5890
Information: info@mvsc.ca
Website: www.mvsc.ca

MOUNTAIN VIEW SUMMER CAMP
Blind Camp
June 28 - July 3, 2020

Office Number: 778-769-5890
Information: info@mvsc.ca
Website: www.mvsc.ca

MOUNTAIN VIEW SUMMER CAMP
VISION

Our Summer Camp deadline for the $150.00 discount is just around the corner now. Many of you have been putting our ad in your bulletin and we really appreciate that!!! With the deadline coming up it would be nice to change up the ad just a little to emphasize that time is getting close and the deadline will be over soon!
 
Mountain View Summer Camp - $150.00 deadline is March 31, 2020

Have you registered for Summer Camp yet? Register by March 31, 2020 and receive a $150.00 discount! All campers age 7-18 are invited to attend the camp, age appropriate, of your choice. Camp is a great place to learn new skills and build new friendships! Don't delay, register today!! We look forward to serving you this summer.

Apply online at www.mvsc.ca or contact Shelley at 604.853.5451 ext 304 or email me at sgibbons@bcadventist.ca
 
See your church office for an application form! 

Make note of these dates:
Kid’s Camp I   July 5–12       (Age 7-12)
Kid’s Camp II  July 12–19     
(Age 7-12)
Teen Camp     August 2–9    (Age 12-14)
Youth Camp    August 9–16  (Age 14-18)

 
Click buttons to download registration forms and savings coupon:
Camper Registration Form
$150 Savings Coupon
SAGE
European Reformation Tour

You don't have to be 55 or better to join SAGE Seniors from Washington (and beyond) for a European Reformation Tour from August 6-17, 2020! One of the most memorable parts of the tour: attending Oberammergau, a once-a-decade, 400-year-old passion play! ONLY 8 SEATS REMAIN! $3,400 + airfare.

Contact SAGE assistant, Ana Hernandez, to claim your seat!
Email:ana.hernandez@wc.npuc.org
Call: (253) 681-6008
YOUTH LEADERSHIP CONVENTION 2020
Albuquerque, NM
September 3-6, 2020

Save the date! More info coming soon. Youth Leadership Convention for:
  • Master Guide
  • Pathfinders
  • Senior Youth
  • Adventurers
  • PCM
  • Growing Youth Adventist
 

*****Special Covid-19 Update***** As of March 22, the Bookmobile has been cancelled until further notice. Please contact us and we will try our best to serve you in spite of the inconvenience.

Our Store will remain open with normal operating hours until further notice. We are following the recommended guidelines for cleanliness and distance.

 
ABC SALE Food Prices for the month of March and April. Prices subject to change without notice. 
Please visit our website at https://www.bcadventist.ca/abc/ for the full list of all food items. 


 

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