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Community & Marketplace CALENDAR Central California Conference

Summer Camp (now-Aug. 4) at Camp Wawona. Theme: “Chosen,” based on the life of David. Everyone can enjoy weeklong summer camp: cubs, juniors, tweens, teens, and families of all ages. Find the camp that is right for you and your family at CampWawona. org. Prayer Walk (July 5-7) at the Soquel Conference Center. Join us for the pre-camp meeting prayer walk. For information or to register, call 559-696-3692. Soquel Camp Meeting (July 11-20) at the Soquel Conference Center. Theme: “Looking Up.” Speakers include Debleaire Snell, David Asscherick, Pavel Goia, Shawn Boonstra, and Alejandro Bullón, with concerts by Cyiza and the Heritage Singers. Reservations: 559-347-3128.

Coordinator Fred Eslao at 909458-0039 or Summer Youth Programs. La Sierra University’s Golden Eagles athletics program offers Golden Eaglets summer programs for children and youth that include introductory swimming lessons, a youth swim team, Sky Hawks sports clinics, and an All Sports Camp. Info: visit https://lasierra. edu/summer-events/ or and_leagues, call 951-785-2608, or email

Northern California Conference

Prayer Ride (July 13) 3 p.m. Redwood Area Camp, 2437 Dyerville Loop Road, Redcrest. Meet in the security area at the main entrance. Participants will ride on the camp shuttle and pray at each meeting area. Info: email,

Redwood Camp Meeting (July 18-27) Redwood Area Camp, 2437 Dyerville Loop Road, Redcrest. Meetings for all La Sierra University ages, Summer on the Run kids’ The Montecito International activities, various seminars, Music Festival (July 14-Aug. 2) Community Service Day, includes public performances Hispanic Camp Meeting. Info: by some of the world’s foremost classical artists. Info: visit http:// or FEJA Camp Meeting (Aug. call 213-500-6846. Concerts are 30-Sept. 2) Leoni Meadows. free admission. Hispanic youth federation. Info: NCC Hispanic Ministries Robotics Summer Camp for Department, 925-603-5092. ages 9 and up (July 8-12) 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Participants Pacific Union College build their own robots for a Fall 2019 Registration robot competition. Tuition: (ongoing). Incoming and $290, includes an Arduino returning students can register microprocessor kit. Info/ for the ideal Fall quarter registration: schedule as they prepare for or career or graduate school. Applications still being CSI Camp (July 22-25) 9 a.m.-1 accepted, and scholarships are p.m., for youth ages 14-18. available. Info: 707-965-6336 or Classes include fingerprint pattern recognition and forensics photography. Ontario Start Your MBA today! PUC’s Criminal Justice Campus, new 100% online MBA is 3491 Concours St., Ontario. accepting applications for Tuition is $199. Visit Lasierra. summer and fall start dates edu/csicamp, or contact CSI in 2019. Learn more at www.


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Southeastern California Conference Vacation Bible School at Rialto church (July 15-19) 5-8 p.m. 1560 N Lilac Ave., Rialto. Theme: “Roar.” Info: 909-8758028, rialtosdachurch@gmail. com.

Vacation Bible School at Fullerton church (July 15-20) 6-8:15 p.m. 2355 W. Valencia Drive, Fullerton. Info: 714-5254561. Vacation Bible School at San Diego Broadway church (July 22–26) 5 p.m. 2411 E. Broadway St., San Diego. Theme: “Roar.” Info: Iliana Verduzco, 619-3813184, verduzcoily75@hotmail. com.

saved with one donation. Preregister at www.redcrossblood. org/give and use sponsor code: WHITTIERSDA. Walk-ins the day of the event are welcome. Whittier church, 8841 Calmada Ave., Whittier 90605. Info: 626536-7769 or email donatelife@ Second Saturday Series Concert (July 13) 5 p.m. Pianist Brendan White featuring music by Chopin, Scriabin, and Liszt. Admission is by free-will offering, reception to follow. Glendale City church, 610 E. California Ave., Glendale 91206. Info: 818-244-7241. Sunday Brunch Seminar (July 21) 9 a.m. Presented by James Brown, MBA, CSPG, president of Western Adventist Foundation, Scottsdale, Ariz. Walk-ins welcome! Scholl Canyon Estates, 1551 E. Chevy Chase Dr., Glendale 91206. Info: 818546-8421 or email Geof Park at

NAD Chinese Church Camp Meeting (Aug. 2-4). Theme: “Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus.” Keynote speakers are Pacific Union President Ricardo Graham and Iki Taimi, SCC Adventurers and Families Day director of Youth and Young (July 28). Join Adventurers for Adult Ministry. Everyone is a fun day at Knott’s Berry Farm invited! Chino Valley Chinese in Buena Park. Cost is $50 per church, 4136 Riverside Dr., person and includes a $14 lunch Chino 91710. Info: 626-217voucher. Info: jjeffreys@seccsda. 5782. org, 951-509-2265.

Southern California Conference

Purpose Youth Sports (June 24-Aug. 1) 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Summer sports camps for basketball, soccer, and volleyball. Ages 7-18. The cost of each camp per child per week is $125. San Gabriel Academy gymnasium or field, 8827 E. Broadway, San Gabriel 91776. Info: www.purposeyouthsports. com.

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California Adventist Federal Credit Union, your “One Stop Finance Shop.” Serving our Adventist Community for over 65 years with financial products and services, along with wealth building education. Please visit our website at for updates on all that CAFCU has to offer. Call our office Whittier Church “Blood 4 Life” and speak to our friendly staff Blood Drive (June 30) 10 a.m.-4 or manager for additional p.m. Up to three lives can be information: 818-246-7241.

Pacific Union Recorder—July 2019  

A Hymn to God the Father Wilt thou forgive that sin where I begun, Which was my sin, though it were done before? Wilt thou forgive that sin...

Pacific Union Recorder—July 2019  

A Hymn to God the Father Wilt thou forgive that sin where I begun, Which was my sin, though it were done before? Wilt thou forgive that sin...