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October 2017 calendar

THROUGHOUT OCTOBER
    Clergy Appreciation Month.  Congregations designate this month to honor their pastors and pastoral families for the hard work, sacrificial dedication and multiple blessings provided by these special people.  www.thrivingpastor.com/clergyappreciation/index.html
    October Bible Drive sponsored by Bible Foundation.  Since 1992, this Newberg-based ministry has collected Bibles, or even portions or Bibles, to be sent around the world.  Bibles go to hospitals, nursing homes, rescue missions, homeless shelters, street ministries, remote villages, churches, schools, bus and rail stations, prisons and jails, and refugee camps.  For details go to www.bf.org
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1
    Life Chains nationally today, including at many sites throughout the Northwest.  A peaceful expression of concern along local streets over the millions of lives lost to abortion in America. LifeChain.net.  Here is a list of Oregon sites, some of which had not yet been confirmed by LifeChain leaders:
    BURNS – Broadway Ave at Washington St, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.;  541-573-6059
    CLATSKANIE – Hwy 30 at Nehalem, 1 to 2 p.m.; signs at city park at 12:45; 503-728-2581
    (unconfirmed)  COOS BAY – Hwy 101 S at Anderson Ave, 2 to 3:30 p.m.;
       COQUILLE – Hwy 42 at Main St, 2 to 3:30 p.m.; 541-347-4248
    FLORENCE – Hwy 101 at 13th St, 1:30 to 3 p.m.; 541-997-2065
    GOLD BEACH – Ellensburg at the courthouse, 2 to 3 p.m.;     541-247-2111
    HERMISTON – Hwy 395 at Hermiston Ave / Gladys Ave, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.;541-667-8537
    LEBANON – Academy St at Main St, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.; 541-258-5333
    LINCOLN CITY – Hwy 101 at SE 12th St, 2 to 3:30 p.m.;  360-281-3566
   McMINNVILLE – 99W at McDonald Lane in front of office supply store, 2:30 to 4 p.m.
    MEDFORD – Biddle Road at McAndrews Road, 2:45 to 4:00 p.m.; 541-779-8587
    NEWPORT – US Hwy 101 at Olive St (Hwy 20), 2 to 3:30 p.m.; 541-444-2246 or 541-765-2159
    (unconfirmed) NORTH BEND – Washington St at Sherman Ave (Hwy 101), 1 to 2:30 p.m.; 541-756-0633 ext. 22 or 541-756-6901
    ONTARIO — Oregon Street at First Street, phone 208-365-4262 for date and time.
    PENDLETON – Southgate (Hwy 395) at SW Haley Ave, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.; 541-276-9013;
    SALEM – Lancaster Drive at Center Street, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.; 503-689-0813
    SHERWOOD — Hwy 99W at Tualatin-Sherwood Road, 2:30 to 4 p.m., 503-453-3215
   SWEET HOME – 1344 Main St at 15th Ave, 1:30 to 3 p.m.; 936-522-6033
    TILLAMOOK – Main St at 3rd St, 2 to 3 p.m.; 503-815-2941.
    1 p.m., Author Metryx (Meechy) McCarty signing copies of his children’s book, Guardians of Virtue, Shiloh Fellowship Church, 10709 S.E. 10th St., Vancouver, Wash. 98664.  360-892-6020 or 360-241-7514
    4 p.m., Lutheran Choral Association in concert,  80th season, Peace Lutheran Church, 2201 N. Rosa Parks Way, Portland 97217. Offering taken.  kwd595@hotmail.com or lutheranchoral.org
    6 p.m., Autumn Gathering, Pioneer Hall on the Oregon Christian Convention conference grounds, 5605 Jubilee Drive S.E., Turner 97392. Bluegrass, folk, country and rock. Coffee and cobbler served. Free admission; freewill offering taken. 503-743-2101 or www.oregonchristianconvention.org
    6 to 8 p.m., YMCA of Columbia-Willamette’s 12th annual Christian Mission Celebration and Impact Event, Red Lion Hotel on the River, 909 N. Hayden Island Drive, Portland 97217.  Featured speaker is Terry Lyndon Johnsson, executive director of mission integration for Adventist Health in Portland. RSVP at 503-221-5335 or kstaley@ymcacw.org
MONDAY, OCTOBER 2
        11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m, Taysir Saada speaking at weekly luncheon sponsored by Vancouver chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Home Town Buffet, 7809-B N.E. Vancouver Plaza Drive, Vancouver, Wash. 98662.  Saada was a member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization in Israel as a teen and became Yassir Arafat’s personal driver.  After coming to America and marrying a Christian, he himself became a follower of Jesus.  He now has a ministry in Jericho, Israel, called Hope for Ismael.  $10 for lunch includes drink, tip, tax and room charge. $2.70 for drinks only. 503-536-3608 or www.fgbmfamerica.org
    Outdoor School for homeschool families, first of five consecutive days, Twin Rocks Friends Camp, 18705 Hwy. 101 N., Rockaway Beach 97136.  Theme is “Connected to Creation: Ecological Studies of the Pacific Northwest.”  Also offered Oct. 2-5. 503-355-2284 or twinrocks.org
    Retirees Conference with John Nagle, first of four consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center,  289 N. Spruce St, Cannon Beach 97110.  Nagle has led growing churches in California, Oregon and Washington.  1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    6 p..m., Vancouver Aglow monthly meeting with featured speaker Taysir Abu, Shiloh Fellowship Church, 10709 S.E. 10th St., Vancouver, Wash. 98664.  Abu is a former Arab Palestinian sniper who came to faith in Christ.  Food and fellowship during the first hour, following by Abu’s message. 360-694-6914.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3
    11 a.m., Taysir Saada speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.  Saada was a member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization in Israel as a teen and became Yassir Arafat’s personal driver.  After coming to America and marrying a Christian, he himself became a follower of Jesus.  He now has a ministry in Jericho, Israel, called Hope for Ismael. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
    7 p.m., World Vision presents the Set Free Tour with Big Daddy Weave, We Are Messengers and Micah Tyler in concert, East Hill Church, 701 N. Main Ave., Gresham. 97030.  Tickets $17 to $75.  transparentproductions.com
    7 p.m., Leslie Ferris speaking at Precious Daughters event, Bethel Assembly of God Church, 7220 S.E. Duke St., Portland 97206. www.preciousdaughters.com
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4
    9:30 a.m., Portland AM Aglow monthly meeting, New Hope Community Church, 11731 S.E. Stevens Road, Happy Valley 97086.  (Enter from the lower West parking lot off Bob Schumacher Road). Speaker is Jim Faulkner, “lighthouse advisor” to Portland AM Aglow, who prays prophetically over people for their healing and deliverance. portlandamaglow@gmail.com
    Heritage House Ministries’ Feast of Tabernacles or Sukkot Celebration Camp, first of eight consecutive days, Salmon Falls Retreat Center, 11341 Washougal River Road, Washougal, Wash. 98671.  One-day attendance is $20 and includes meals.  Full registration for seven days includes seven dinners and is $140 per adult or $75 for ages 5 to 12.  Lodge room or cabin are $140 for the week, $100 for RV space, or $70 for tent.  360-907-1036 or 541-788-8180 or thehomesell@gmail.com or www.love-4-israel.com/2017-feast-tabernacles
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5
    Women and Men of Purpose International’s Restoration in Love Gathering, first of four consecutive days, B’Nai B’rith Camp, on Northeast Devil’s Lake Road, Otis 97368. $225. 503-443-2007 or info@womenofpurpose.com
    6 p.m., Annual Fall Soiree Benefit for Options Pregnancy Centers of Albany and Corvallis, Suburban Christian Church, 2760 S.W. 53rd St., Corvallis, OR 97333.  Staff of the centers will share the vision to add a state-of-the-art mobile ultrasound clinic to the agency’s services.  541-924-0160 or optionsprcfamily.org
    6:15 to 9 p.m., 23rd annual Portland Youth for Christ banquet, Double Tree Inn Lloyd Center, 1000 N.E. Multnomah St., Portland 97232.  Featured is musician and song writer Ken Medema.  Reservations required. 503-288-5494 or info@yfcpdx.org
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6
    8 a.m. to noon, Live2Lead simulcast with John Maxwell, Roseburg location to be announced.  904-305-2538 or support@christinawooten.com. or johnmaxwell.com
    9 a.m., Excursion on the west side of Mount St. Helens, sponsored by the Mount St. Helens Creation Center, starting at the center, 147 Front Ave N.W., Castle Rock, Wash. 98611. This will include the Hummocks Trail Hike, a popular 2.5-mile walk. $15. RSVP to 360-274-5737. www.mshcreationcenter.org
    6:45 to 9:45 p.m., MarriageTeam coaching training, first of two consecutive Friday-Saturday weekends, U.S. Digital Outreach Center, 1400 N.E. 136th Ave.,  Vancouver, Wash. 98684   Continues 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Oct. 7 and 14, and 1 to 6 p.m. Oct. 8 and 15.  Cost is a freewilloffering taken at the conclusion of 24 hours of training.  360-450-6042 or MarriageTeam.org
    Women’s conference with Ellie Lofaro,  first of three consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center,  289 N. Spruce St, Cannon Beach 97110.  From Virginia, Lofaro is founder of Heart, Miind & Soul Ministries and an author of five books. 1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    7:30 p.m., The Northwest Prophetic Institute presents the Prophetic Ed Training Institute, first of three consecutive days, at two locations during the weekend. Tonight it begins at Schlatter Chapel at Warner Pacific College,  2219 S.E. 68th Ave., Portland 97215.  On Saturday it continues starting at 7:30 a.m. at the colleg’s Kardatzke Hall. Then on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. it concludes at Kingdom Nation Church, 18901 E. Burnside St., Portland 97233. According to organizers, this is for people in all sectors of society “interested in being prepared prophetically for Kingdom success and advancement.”  Hosted by Paula Price. Speakers include Apostle Steven Holt of Kingdom Nation Church, Ulf Spears of The Northwest Prophetic Institute, and prophetic ministers Tala Price, Ashleigh Claytor and Adia Peterson.  $49.  www.thenwpropheticinstitute.com
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7
    Upward Trails ministry outing to Leopold’s Corn Maze in Boring, then hiking the Cazedaro Trail for a few level miles.  503-668-8950 or 503-718-7774 or upwardtrails.com
     Compassion Downtown Portland clinic, First Baptist Church of Portland, 909 S.W. 11th Ave., Portland 97205.  Local churches and Compassion Connect collaborate to offer limited free medical and dental care on a first-come, first-served basis.  downtowncompassion.org
    Sixth annual C.S. Lewis Academy Golf Classic to benefit the Newberg school, Chehalem Glenn Golf Course, 4501 E. Fernwood Road, Newberg 97132.  503-989-1890 or steve.wallo@cslewisacademy.com
    4:30 to 7 p.m., Annual German Sausage Dinner, Rivercrest Community Church,  3201 N.E. 148th Ave., Portland 97230. $12 adults, $5 ages 6 to 12, free for age 5 or younger.  503-254-4400.
    7 to 11:30 p.m., CCMfriends social dance, The Ballroom Dance Company, 9800 S.W. Commercial, Tigard 97223. Dance lesson during first hour. The music is a mixture of pop, rock, ballroom, rhythm and blues, country, and more. The emphasis is on singles but couples always welcome. $9 503-319-1951 or ccmfriends.com
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8
    10:30 a.m., The Salem Singers’ Farewell Tour concert, Canby Evangelical Church, 339 S.E. Township Road, Canby 97013. Founded in 1943, this is the ministry’s final series of concerts. 503-266-9112 or salemsingers.org
    11 a.m. to 3 p.m,. 27th annual Apple Festival, Riverside Christian School, 463 N. Shepherd Road, Washougal, Wash. 98671. The festival is locally amous for its homemade apple pies, apple dumplings, and low prices on apples sold by the pound. Games and activities provide safe fun for the whole family. In addition to food and fun, more than 30 local vendors will offer an array of shopping and entertainment. www.riversidesch.com
    3:30 p.m., The Salem Singers’ Farewell Tour concert, Capital Manor, 1955 Salem-Dallas Hwy N.W., Salem 97304.  Founded in 1943, this is the ministry’s final series of concerts. 503-364-9856 or salemsingers.org
    7 p.m., World Vision presents the Set Free Tour with Big Daddy Weave, We Are Messengers and Micah Tyler in concert, Frist Baptist Church of Eugene, 3550 Fox Meadow Road, Eugene 97408.   Tickets $20 to $75.  transparentproductions.com

MONDAY, OCTOBER 9

    The Genocide Awareness Project educational display, first of two consecutive days, Lane Community College, 4000 E 30th Ave, Eugene 97405. Sponsored by the California-based Center for Bioethical Reform, this is a mobile display that has reached millions of students on college and university campuses in the U.S. and Canada since 1998. The exhibit juxtaposes images of aborted embryos and fetuses with images of victims of historical and contemporary genocides and other injustices. Also coming to Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., on Oct 11 and 12; Portland State University on Oct. 16 and 17, and the University of Oregon in Eugene Oct. 18 and 19. 949-206-0600 or cbrinfo.org

11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m, Karlos Petit speaking at weekly luncheon sponsored by Vancouver chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Home Town Buffet, 7809-B N.E. Vancouver Plaza Drive, Vancouver, Wash. 98662.  After wrestling with drug addiction for more than 10 years, Petit had a dramatic conversion to Christ and has been drug-free since.  He was ordained in 2011 and he now teaches about living an empowered life in the midst of trials, seeking life through God’s perspective. $10 for lunch includes drink, tip, tax and room charge. $2.70 for drinks only. 503-536-3608 or www.fgbmfamerica.org

    6:30 to 8:30 p.m., GriefShare, first session of 13-week grief recovery program, Calvary Chapel Southeast, 13520 S.E. Pheasant Court, Milwaukie, OR 97222.  503-794-8266 or haiden@ccseportland.com
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10
    8 to 11 a.m., Pastors Appreciation Breakfast presented by KPDQ and KFIS “The Fish” radio, Portland Airport Embassy Suites, 7900 N.E. 82nd Ave., Portland 97220.  Free admission to pastors, associates and their spouses.  Guest speaker is Bryan Chapell of the Unlimited Grace radio ministry.  kpdq.com or thefishportland.com
    9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Pastors Only Conference, Oregon Christian Convention conference grounds, 5605 Jubilee Drive S.E., Turner, 97392.  Speakers are Joe Grana of Hope International University, Derek Voorhees of Boise (Idaho) Bible College and Terry O’Casey of Northwest Christian University. 503-743-2101 or oregonchristianconvention.org
    11 a.m., Matt Schreiber speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  A follower of Christ since 1980, Schreiber began preaching, traveling and ministering musically.  His teachings have included leadership courses and training on the five-fold minsitry offices.  He has served as asociate pastor and worship leader, has planted churches, and is a mentor to those in prophetic ministry. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
    6 to 7:30 p.m., Lebanon After 5 Connection event for women, The Lobby, 661 S. Main St., Lebanon 97355.  Theme is “Let’s Talk About Hair,” with Laura Stewart of Lebanon sharing tips for everyday casual and “up-do” styles, as well as information on hair cair.  Also, guest speaker Donna Paris, a home executive, bowler, former hairstylist and fitness instructor from Portland will tell how she has learned to overcome fears and devastating life situations.  $8.50. RSVP to 541-258-6414 or 541-259-1396 or d.neve@comcast.net or NancyPinzino@comcast.net
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11
      The Genocide Awareness Project educational display, first of two consecutive days, Evergreen State College, Olympia Wash.  Sponsored by the California-based Center for Bioethical Reform, this is a mobile display that has reached millions of students on college and university campuses in the U.S. and Canada since 1998. The exhibit juxtaposes images of aborted embryos and fetuses with images of victims of historical and contemporary genocides and other injustices. Also coming to Portland State University on Oct. 16 and 17, and the University of Oregon in Eugene Oct. 18 and 19. 949-206-0600 or cbrinfo.org
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12
    (tentative) 2 to 3 p.m., Life Chain, S. Sixth St at Washburn Way, Klamath Falls. A peaceful expression of concern along local streets over the tragedy of abortion in America. LifeChain.net
    Oregon Youth Convention sponsored by the Oregon Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, first of three consecutive days, Peoples Church, 4500 Lancaster Drive N.E., Salem 97315. This year’s theme is “Jesus.” Speakers include Reggie Dabbs and David Herweck.  Also presentations by illusionist Joshua Jordan. Worship led by Phil Stacey.   oregonag.org
   6 p.m., A Feast of Laughter event with comedian Mike Williams, to benefit Dove Medical Center of Eugene, Eugene Hilton, 66 E. Sixth Ave, Eugene 97401  dovefriends.org
    North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists’ Children’s Leadership Conference, first of four consecutive days, Portland Airport Holiday Inn, 8439 N.E. Columbia Blvd., Porrtland 97220.  Theme is “God’s Construction Zone.”  Keynote speaker is Jose Rojas, president of Movementum. NPUC.org/clc
    7 p.m., Salem-area Christian Home School Network monthly meeting, Salem First Baptist Church, 395 Marion St., Salem 97301.  Corey Gilbert, father of homeschoolers and a psychology professor at Corban University in Salem, will speak. 503-932-1729 or www.sachsn.org
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13
    8 a.m. to 2 p.m.., Live2Lead rebroadcast, Northwest Christian University, 828 E. 11th Ave., Eugene 97401.  A showing of the nationwide simulcast that happened Oct. 6.  johnmaxwell.com
    Couples Conference, first of three consecutive days, Twin Rocks Friends Camp, 18705 Hwy. 101 N., Rockaway Beach 97136.  503-355-2284 or twinrocks.org
       Evening, Fundraising dinner for Camp White Branch, the Churches of God (Anderson, Ind.) camp for Oregon and southwest Washington, Mount Scott Church of God, 10603 SE Henderson St, Portland, OR 97266.  1-800-873-7729 or www.campwhitebranch.org
    7 p.m. Road to Emmaus Biblical Counseling Center presents a free forum on “Addictions from a Biblical Point of View,” Southwest Hills Baptist Church, 910 S.W. 135th Ave., Beaverton 97008.  The church is also location for a separate daylong workshop on addictions on Saturday (see listing below). 503-524-8686 or www.southwesthills.org/counseling
   7 p.m., Second annual Michael Allen Harrison piano concert to benefit Thiessen Roadhouse Ministries of Milwaukie, Canby Pioneer Chapel, 486 N.W. Third Ave., Canby 97013.  $35. Reception and refreshments follow.  503-719-1114 or Linda@
ThiessenRoadhouse.com
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14
    Upward Trails ministry outing on a loop hike connecting the Maple Trail and Wildwood Trail in Portland’s Forest Park from Saltzman Road.  A 6.3-mile moderate hike with 400-foot elevation gain.  503-668-8950 or 5-3-718-7774 or upwardtrails.com
     7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Oregon Mennonite Festival for World Relief, Linn County Fair & Expo Center, 3700 Knox Butte Road E., Albany 97322.  www.oregonfestivalforworldrelief.com
    9 to 11 a.m., Fall Kickoff for Columbia-Willamette Women of Vision, Lake Grove Presbyterian Church, 4040 Sunset Drive, Lake Oswego 97035.  Featured speaker is Fred Witteveen, World Vision’s national director for Bangladesh, and former national director for Pakistan.  He will share on the ministry’s ongoing work and his reflections on serving with a Christian organization in two Muslim-majority countries. cwwov.org
    9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Road to Emmaus Biblical Counseling Center presents a workshop on addictions with pastor and counselor Keith Palmer, Southwest Hills Baptist Church, 910 S.W. 135th Ave., Beaverton 97008.  Palmer is associate pastor at Grace Bible Church in Granbury, Texas, and is on the board of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. $50 includes all materials, snacks and lunch.  503-524-8686 or www.southwesthills.org/counseling.
    10 a.m. to noon, Kickoff event for Operation Christmas Child for Portland and northwest Oregon, Rock Creek Christian Center, 21450 N.W. Rock Creek Blvd., Portland 97229.  Hosted by Ed and Mary Zachary and Jim and LeAnn Kinnee.  Operation Christmas Child, sponsored by Samaritan’s Purse, provides shoeboxes full of gifts and practical items for needy children worldwide at Christmastime.  Local goal is to see 29,000 shoeboxes packed and sent. 503-538-9190 or jellump@gmail.com
    10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Free sports physicals by Chiropractic physician Richard Hill,  True Life Fellowship Church, 1895 N.W. 169th Place, Beaverton 97006.  Appointments required.  Phone Hill at 503-893-8192.
    3:30 p.m., Clackamas Community Choir begins weekly rehearsals for Christmas concerts, Hillsview Community Church, 23225 S.E. Borges Road, Damascus, OR 97089.  Presented Dec. 8 and 10 at the church will be the musical “Almost There” by Michael W. Smith and others.  503-698-4765 or clackamascommunitychoir@yahoo.com
    5 p.m., The Colllingsworth Family in Southern Gospel concert, Vancouver Chuch (of God), 3300 N.E. 78th St., Vancouver, Wash. 98665.  Advance tickets $20 regular seats or $25 Artist Circle, $25 at the door.  1-800-965-9324 or www.imcconcerts.com
    6 p.m, Portland-based international evangelist Luis Palau speaking at Voice of Christ Media Ministries Vision Dinner, Cascade Crest Ballroom at the Oregon Zoo, 4001 SW Canyon Road, Portland 97221.  Reserve tickets no later than Oct. 5 by calling 503-259-9422 or at https://voiceofchristmedia.org/pdxdinner
    Word in Motion Ministries women’s conference, first of two consecutive days, Shilo Inn Portland Airport. 117017 N.E. Airport Way, Portland 97220.  Theme is “Divine Encounters.”  info@wimministries.org
    7 to 9 p.m., Hope Teams International’s auction event, Celebrate Catering Conference Center, 15555 Bangy Road, No, 100, Lake Oswego, OR 97035. Theme is “Footsteps to a Future.” hopeteams.org
MONDAY, OCTOBER 16
    The Genocide Awareness Project educational display, first of two consecutive days, Portland State University campus, 1825 S.W. Broadway, Portland 97201. Sponsored by the California-based Center for Bioethical Reform, this mobile display has reached millions of students on college and university campuses in the U.S. and Canada since 1998. The exhibit juxtaposes images of aborted embryos and fetuses with images of victims of historical and contemporary genocides and other injustices. Also coming to the University of Oregon in Eugene Wednesday and Thursday. 949-206-0600 or cbrinfo.org
     11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m, Wes Long speaking at weekly luncheon sponsored by Vancouver chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Home Town Buffet, 7809-B N.E. Vancouver Plaza Drive, Vancouver, Wash. 98662.  Long was raised in the church but rebelled and got into drugs and alcohol after his parents’ divorce.  He returned to the Lord after nearly dying of an overdose.  Today he ministers to others who have experienced brokenness.  $10 for lunch includes drink, tip, tax and room charge. $2.70 for drinks only. 503-536-3608 or www.fgbmfamerica.org
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17
    11 a.m., Tom and Susan Porter speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.  From Tigard, the Porters minister in healing, word of knowledge and prophecy.  Tom testifies of healing from cancer and Susan says she received a creative miracle from the Lord. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
    6:30 to 9 p.m., Dannah Gresh’s SecretKeeper Girl – Purpose Party Tour for “tween” girls, First Baptist Church of Salem, 395 Marion St. N.E., Salem 97301.  This event assaults the lie that a girl’s most valuable asset is her beauty, but strongly asserts that each girl is a “masterpiece created by God.” According to organizers, this event “refuels moms with conviction to train their daughters to embrace modesty and true beauty.” secretkeepergirl.com/events/
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18
    The Genocide Awareness Project educational display, first of two consecutive days, University of Oregon campus, Eugene 97403. Sponsored by the California-based Center for Bioethical Reform, this  is a mobile display that has reached millions of students on college and university campuses in the US and Canada since 1998. The exhibit juxtaposes images of aborted embryos and fetuses with images of victims of historical and contemporary genocides and other injustices. 949-206-0600 or cbrinfo.org
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19
    Society of Adventist Communicators convention, first of three consecutive days, Embassy Suites Portland – Washington Square,  9000 S.W. Washington Square Road, Tigard 97223  Theme is “Building Bridges.”  301-680-1657 or adventistcommunicator.com
       6:30 p.m.,  Eugene-area Inspirational Fall Dinner for Mar-riageTeam, Shadow Hills Country Club, 92512 River Road, Junction City 97448.  Theme is “The Power of 3.” 360-450-6042 or mail@marriageteam.org
    6:30 to 9 p.m., Dannah Gresh’s SecretKeeper Girl – Purpose Party Tour for “tween” girls, Crossroads Community Church, 9100 S.W. Wilshire St., Portland 97225.  This event assaults the lie that a girl’s most valuable asset is her beauty, but strongly asserts that each girl is a “masterpiece created by God.” According to organizers, this event “refuels moms with conviction to train their daughters to embrace modesty and true beauty.”  http://secretkeepergirl.com/events/
    7 p.m., Faith and Culture Writers Connection quarterly meeting, Oak Hills Presbyterian Church, 5101 S.E. Thiessen Road, Milwaukie 97267.  Featured speaker is Paul Pastor, author of Face of The Deep and The Listening Day. 2315 sanderson@gmail.com
    7 p.m., Thrive series Bible-based presentation on “Love, Sex and Marriage” by Daniel Sweeney, Fireside Room at Northside Community Church, 1800 N. Hoskins, Newberg, 97132. Sweeney is an ordained minister and professor of clinical mental health counseling at George Fox University. He has worked with individuals, couples, and families in community mental health, private practice, and pastoral counseling. He also has presented on a variety of topics at regional, national and international conferences. 503-538-0440 or northsidenewberg.org
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
    8 to 10 a.m., Annual Pastor Appreciation Day at Portland Christian Elementary School, 11845 S.E. Market St, Portland 97216.  Thanking local pastors and youth directors for their influence in  students’ lives. Breakfast is served, followed by a chapel, a tour of the school and visits to classrooms.  RSVP to 503-256-5455, ext 0.
     Noon to 6 p.m., Semi-annual bazaar, first of two consecutive days, Parkview Christian Retirement Community, 1825 N.E. 108th Ave., Portland 97220. Continues 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.  Almost all items handcrafted. 503-348-1293.
    31st Oregon Christian Women’s Retreat sponsored by the Oregon Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, first of three consecutive days, Eagle Crest Resort,  1522 S.W. Cline Falls Road, Redmond 97756.  Featured speaker is Jennifer Ogden of the Walla Walla (Wash.) University Adventist Church pastoral staff. 503-850-3555 or orgcwomen.netadvent.org
    Voice of Prophecy sponsorship weekend, first of three consecutive days, Skamania Lodge, 1131 S.W. Skamania Lodge Way, Stevenson, Wash. 98648.  Voice of Prophecy is a popular broadcast sponsored by Seventh-day Adventist churches.  1-800-429-5700 or vopsponsors.com
     Women’s conference with RoseAnne Coleman, first of three consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center,  289 N. Spruce St, Cannon Beach 97110.  From Tennessee, Coleman is a former public and Christian school teacher who holds a doctorate in English, Coleman has for more than 30 years shared stories that highlight spiritual truths from the Bible. 1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
       7 p.m., The Answer Tour with Jeremy Camp and Royce Lovett in concert, Rolling Hills Community Church, 3550 S.W. Borland Road, Tualatin 97062.  855-443-8499 or LMGconcerts.com
    7 p.m. Gold City Quartet in southern Gospel concert, Grand View Baptist Church, 14855 S. Leland Road, Beaver Creek 97004.  Free admission; freewill offering taken. www.south-erngospelpdx.com
     7:30 p.m., Corban University Concert Band, Concert Choir and Chamber Choir in concert, Psalm Performing Arts Center on the university campus, 5000 Deer Park Drive S.E., Salem 97317.  The student musicians will perform a variety of music from their fall repertoire, featuring classical and contemporary music from renowned composers.  The band will present various American works, while the choirs will bring various works from throughout the Americas.  503-375-7027 or corban.edu
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21
    Upward Trail ministry outing on a trail hike through Sandy River Park.  Includes exploring along the river and Cedar Creek.  About 3 miles with 600-foot elevation gain.  503-668-8950 or upwardtrails.com
    8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Oregon Christian Writers’ Fall One-Day Conference, Rolling Hills Community Church, 3550 S.W. Borland Road, Tualatin 97062. Open to writers of all genres and levels.  Theme is “Writing to Capture Readers.” Keynote speaker is novelist, editor and writing instructor Jeff Gerke.  Afternoon workshops cover fiction, poetry, memoir, marketing, writing markets, and story structure, as well as a special teen writing track with award-winning author Jill Williamson. www.OregonChristianWriters.org/
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     8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Compassion Vancouver West clinic, Discovery Middle School, 800 E. 40th St., Vancouver, Wash., 9663. Local churches and Compassion Connect collaborate to offer limited free medical and dental care on a first-come, first-served basis.  Compassionvancouverwest.com
    8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuff Stuff Ministries’ Betrayal Redeemed women’s conference, Mountain Park Church, 40 McNary Pkwy, Lake Oswego, OR 97035.  Theme is “A Journey From Hurt to Hope.”  Featured speaker is Portland-area resident Meg Wilson of Hope After Betrayal Ministries. Worship leader is Nicole Wells of Sherwood. $60.  tuffstuffministries.com
    9 to 11:30 a.m., Design Science Association monthly meeting, Greater Portland Bible Church, 2374 S.W. Vermont St., 97219.  Bruce Malone will speak on “The Best Evidence for Creation?” 503-544-3255 or www.DesignScienceNW.org
    Celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Winds of Praise radio station in Newport, Lincoln County location and time to be announced.  The station is KWPB-LP 98.7 FM. 541-574-1892 or 541-272-1518 or windsofpraise.com
    9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.., Free monthly breakfast sponsored by the Battle Ground, Wash., chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Battle Ground Senior Center, 116 N.E. Third, Battle Ground, Wash. 98604.  Breakfast and worship followed by featured speaker, Johnny Pickett, He is a prophetic minister who often did outreach in the prayer room of the late Larry Hollway’s Agape Bookstore in Portland.  Pickett testifies of briefly dying due to a severe illness and sitnessing both heaven and hell. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 360-606-7812 or fgbmfamerica.org
    4 p.m., Benefit piano concert, First Presbyterian Church of Salem, 770 Chemeketa St. N.E., Salem 97301.  Ruthie LaFreniere will perform classical, jazz and hymn arrangements for one-handed piano.  All proceeds will go toward purchasing a new grand piano for Corban University.  Admission is $15; additional donations also accepted.  Admission for Corban students is free, with student ID.  Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at inside.corban.edu/music/events
    5:30 p.m. Annual benefit dinner and auction for Columbia Christian School, at the campus, 413 N.E. 91st Ave., Portland 97220. 503-252-8577 or columbiachristian.com
    5:30 to 9 p.m., Friends of the Carpenter annual auction and dinner, Warehouse 23, 100 Columbia St #102, Vancouver, Wash. 98660. Theme is “All Aboard the Friendship Express.” $75.  360-750-4752 or friendsofthecarpenter.org
  5:30 p.m, Forward Edge International’s Live Your Mission Banquet,  Red Lion Hotel on the River, 909 N. Hayden Island Drive, Portland. Banquet.forwardedge.org
    6 p.m., Freedom House Ministries’ 2017 silent auction and brisket dinner, Luepke Center, 1009 E. McLoughlin, Vancouver, Wash. 98663.  $35, 503-347-9966  or FreedomHouseMinistries.net
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22
    Ministry Care retreat for pastors and other ministry leaders, first of six consecutive days, Brookside Inn,  8243 N.E. Abbey Rd, Carlton 97111  Led by licensed counselor Ryan Connor and life coach Calvin Habig.  503-857-7501 or 503-970-8449 or Caringforthecalled@gmail.com
    4 to 5:30 p.m., Reformation 500 concert, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 N.W. 19th Ave., Portland 97209. In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, two choirs, big horn brass, handbells, and organists will present a concert that will honor the legacy that Martin Luther started. Portland’s own Bach Cantata Choir and Lutheran Choral Association will contribute, while Bruce Neswick and Paul Klemme will play the cathedral’s Rosales organ. Poetry and other readings will also be featured.  A brand new hymn is being commissioned for the event. A reception will follow. Concert sponsors include Thrivent Financial and the Portland Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. All concert proceeds benefit Lutheran Community Services, reformation500pdx.com/
MONDAY, OCTOBER 23
   11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m, Marshall Cross speaking at weekly luncheon sponsored by Vancouver chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Home Town Buffet, 7809-B N.E. Vancouver Plaza Drive, Vancouver, Wash. 98662.  Cross is an apostle and prophetic minister from Scotland and a member of the European Coalition of Apostolic Leaders.  $10 for lunch includes drink, tip, tax and room charge. $2.70 for drinks only. 503-536-3608 or www.fgbmfamerica.org
    Senior Adult Retreat sponsored by the Northwest Baptist Convention, first of three consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center.  Featured speakers are Pastor Stanley Hughes of Richland (Wash.) Baptist Church and Pastor Brand Smith of LifeChange Christian Fellowship in Tillamook. 360-882-2102 or marshag@nwbaptist.org
    7 p.m. The Down East Boys in southern Gospel concert, Grand View Baptist Church, 14855 S. Leland Road, Beaver Creek 97004.  Free admission; freewill offering taken. www.southerngospelpdx.com
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24
    8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Charles Fay of Colorado-based Love and Logic Institute presents Success with Resistant, Unmotivated and Disruptive Kids, Monarch Hotel & Conference Center, 12566 S.E. 93rd Ave, Clackamas, 97015. $99 per person.  RSVP at 1-800-338-4065 or www.loveandlogic.com
    11 a.m., Marshall Cross speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.  Cross is an apostle and prophetic minister from Scotland and a member of the European Coalition of Apostolic Leaders.  $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
    6:30 p.m., Banquet sponsored by the Portland-Vancouver chapters of Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship in America, Double Tree Hotel Vancouver, 12712 S.E. Second Circle, Vancouver, Wash. 98684. rekatecpa@gmail.com or fullgospelPDX.com
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25
    6:45 a.m,. Hillsboro Prayer Breakfast, Tuality Education Center, 334 S.E. Eighth Ave., Hillsboro, 97123.  Speaker is retired Washington County Judge Tom Kohl.  Also special recognition of the outreach of Capitol Ministries.  503-330-4688.
    (tentative) 2:30 to 4 p.m., Life Chain, Hwy. 99W at S.W. Tualatin-Sherwood Road. A peaceful expression of concern along local streets over the tragedy of abortion in America. 503-453-3215 or LifeChain.net
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26
    Northwest Prayer Summit sponsored by Hearts of Fire International, first of three consecutive days, Central Bible Church,   8815 N.E. Glisan St, Portland 97220.  Speakers are Chuck Pierce, James Goll, Rachel Hickson, Matt Sorger and Aaron Winter. http://www.heartsoffireintl.com/events
     6 p.m., Night to Remember Gala to benefit the StandUpGirl.com Foundation, Emerald Valley Golf Club, 83301 Dale Kuni Road, Creswell 97426. 503-304-1531 or ejspillman@standupgirl.com or standupgirlfoundation.org
    7 p.m., Don Potter of North Carolina in concert, Jesus Pursuit Church, 2110 Santiam Hwy., Albany 97321.  541-924-0883 or potterhausmusic.net or jesuspursuit.org
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27
    Pacific Gospel Music Association Fall Festival, first of two consecutive days, Lebanon First Assembly of God Church, 726 W. Oak St., Lebanon 97355. Various artists, including Tim Lovelace and Keepers of the Faith. 541-554-0474 or www.pacificgospel.org
    6:30 p.m., Great Pumpkin Party, Resurrection Lutheran Church, 1700 N.E. 132nd Ave., Portland 97230.  Cakewal, crafts, games, snacks and a “Haunted Lodge.”  Those attending encouraged to wear costumes.  jerrydclown@hotmail.com
    7 p.m., Family Reunion, Jesus Pursuit Church, first of two consecutive days, Jesus Pursuit Church, 2110 Santiam Hwy., Albany 97321.  Continues 10 a.m. and 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday. A gathering of the church’s “family,” with special minsitry by Bobby and Becky Haaby of Eagle Mountain Fellowship in Bend, Don and Christine Potter of North Carolina and Philip and Amy Ward.  $25. 541-924-0883 or  jesuspursuit.org
    7 p.m., Joseph Habedank in concert, Timberllne Baptist Church, 24645 SW Old Highway 99West, Sherwood, 97140. Habedank is a multi award-winning and Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter. He has a unique testimony that has been featured on FoxNews.com’s Spirited Debate, TBN’s Praise the Lord, and in such publications as Billboard Magazine, CCM Magazine, and Glenn Beck’s The Blaze. For 10 years, he served first as baritone, then as the lead singer for one of Southern Gospel’s favorite family groups, the Perrys. 503-625-9956.
     7 p.m., Experiencing God — A Week of Spiritual Emphasis, Mount Tabor Seventh-day Adventist Church, 1001 SE 60th Ave, Portland 97215.  Joseph Kidder, faculty member at Andrews University in Michigan, speaks tonight as well as at 9:45 and 10:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday (free lunch provided). Then at 7 p.m. nightly from Oct. 29 through Nov. 3, stories of experiencing God from people in the local community will be shared throughout the week. The emphasis concludes with a free breakfast at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4.  Visit www.mttaborsdachurch.org for a complete schedule. 503-233-7606.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28
    Upward Trails ministry hike to Cape Falcon near Nehalem for a cliffside view of the Pacific Ocean. A 5-mile outing with 300-foot elevation gain.  503-718-7774 or 503-648-9267 or upwardtrails.com
    9 a.m. to noon, The Power of Story, one in a series of quarterly events for women, New Hope Community Church, 11731 S.E. Stevens Road, Happy Valley 97086.  According to organizers, this event “will explore what it means to embrace our own story, relate meaningfully with the stories of others, and live the story God has for us together.”  Theme today is “Living Our Story.”  Free admission; free childcare available.  503-659-5683 or hannah.souter@newhopepdx.org or emily.ross@newhoppdx.org
    9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Creation Mysteries of the (Columbia River) Gorge sponsored by Creation Encounter, meeting at Starbucks near the Hood River Bridge.  A car caravan driving only about 20 miles on the Washington side of the river.   Suggested donation of $25 per family or $15 per individual and includes field book of Gorge information from a biblical creationist perspective. creationencounter.com/
    9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,  Pursuing Peace Together, a live seminar with David Schlachter of Crossroads Resolution Group, Peace Lutheran Church, 2540 Applegate St., Philomath 97370.  Sponsored by Philomath Pastor’s Fellowship, Friends of the Family and Crossroads Resolution Group.  $25 includes lunch. http://www.fofm.org/ppt
    10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Free sports physicals by Chiropractic physician Richard Hill,  True Life Fellowship Church, 1895 N.W. 169th Place, Beaverton 97006.  Appointments required.  Phone Hill at 503-893-8192.
    10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Open house at the new Bridge of Hope Neighborhood Resource Center operated by Love INC (Love in the Name of Christ) of Clackamas, 720 Jefferson St., Oregon City 97045. 503-655-4223 or www.clackamasloveinc.org
     10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Covenant Keepers Yellow Ribbon Day, Red Hills Church, 115 W. Third St., Newberg 97132.  For those who are in a troubled marriage — one afflicted by strife, separation or divorce — but who yet feel called by God to pray for their marriage.  This is an annual day of prayer and fellowship with believers across the region.  Covenant Keepers is a nondenominational international prayer, support and education outreach for those praying for troubled marriages, and holds bimonthly meetings locally.  360-600-3323 or garydebr@gmail.com
    2 to 6 p.m., Costume party, Rockaway Community Church, 400 S. Third Ave, Rockaway Beach 97136.  Fun, games, prizes and food. Non-scary costumes welcome. $3 admission plus 15 tickets/$1 for games & food. Activities throughout the church for enjoyment of parents & kids. Winnings can be redeemed for prizes. 503-355-2581 or rockawaychurch.com
    5:15 p.m., Annual Gala to benefit First Image pregnancy resource centers in the Portland area, The Melody Ballroom, 615 S.E. Alder St., Portland 97214. $50.  first-image.org
    5:30 p.m., Hope Changes Everything, the 14th annual fundraising event for Open Arms International, C3Church, 17979 S.W. Stafford Road, Lake Oswego 97034.  David Gallagher, the ministry’s co-founder, will speak. $65.  503-296-9989 or openarmsinternational.org
    6 to 8 p.m., 2017 Celebration Dinner for Portland Released-time Education Program (PREP4Kids), Portland Airport Embassy Suites, 7900 N.E. 82nd Ave, Portland 97220.  Theme is “Redeeming the Time.” Speaker is Mike Arzie, pastor of students and children at Southwest Bible Church in Beaverton.  503-281-7764 or www.prep4kids.org
    Air 1 Positive Hits Tour with Skillet, Britt Nicole, Colton Dixon, Tauren Wells and Gawvi in concert, Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Portland.  Awakeningevents.com
    7 p.m., Festival of Hymns and Anthems presented by Oregon Adventist Men’s Chorus and other guest singers, Sunnyside Seventh-day Adventist Church, 10501 S.E. Market St., Portland 97216.  This event celebrates the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation.  503-252-8080.
    7 to 11 p.m., Mission Portland Singles Network’s Harvest Dance, Oaks Park Dance Pavilion, 7805 S.E. Oaks Park Way, Portland 97202. “Honky Tonk Twist” dance lesson by Joyce Mattson during the first hour. $12. “modest and appropriate” costumes welcome.  Bring snack to share. www.mpsn.org
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29
    Upward Trails ministry “Short Sunday Stroll’ to see the fall colors and birds of Steigerwald Lake near Washougal, Wash.  At least 3 miles of level hiking.  503-522-7205 or 503-668-8950 or upwardtrails.com
    11 a.m., The Salem Singers’ Farewell Tour concert, Waterloo Chapel, 39480 Gross, Waterloo 97355.  Founded in 1943, this is the ministry’s final series of concerts. 541-401-0464 or salemsingers.org
    1 to 5 p.m., National Alliance for Character Development presents the You’re Amazing Youth Rally for ages 13 to 19, Southlake Church, 1555 S.W. Borland Road, West Linn 97068.  Features headline speaker Justin Fatica of Hard As Nails Ministry (www.hanm.org), Coach George Crace, executive director of the Total Development Center in Wilsonville, Coach Spencer Crace of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter in Tacoma, Wash., music by Ben Walther, a chicken lunch, door prizes and free T-shirts for all teens. $15.  Tickets are EventBrite.com/e/youre-amazing-youth-rally-tickets-37471518320. For information, phone 503-910-2072 or 503-789-9686.
    2:30 to 4 p.m., Life Chain, 3727 N.E. Martin Luther King, Jr Blvd. at N.E. Beach Street, Portland. A peaceful expression of concern along local streets over the tragedy of abortion in America. 503-645-1529 or LifeChain.net
    6 p.m., The Salem Singers’ Farewell Tour concert, Junction City Church of the Nazarene, 1737 W. First, Junction City 97448.   Founded in 1943, this is the ministry’s final series of concerts. 541-998-2930 or salemsingers.org
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30
     11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m, Kate White speaking at weekly luncheon sponsored by Vancouver chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Home Town Buffet, 7809-B N.E. Vancouver Plaza Drive, Vancouver, Wash. 98662. White is a worship leader at Crossroads Community Church in Vancouver and a songwriter and retreat speaker. She received a Grammy award for the song “I Will Rise.”  $10 for lunch includes drink, tip, tax and room charge. $2.70 for drinks only. 503-536-3608 or www.fgbmfamerica.org
    4 to 6 p.m., Winter Wonderland, a special Christmas holiday preview event to benefit Open House Ministries of Vancouver, Second Hand Solutions Thrift Store, 915 W. 13th St., Vancouver, Wash. 98660. 360-356-3770 or www.sheltered.org
    7 p.m., All the Feels Tour with NeedtoBreathe in concert, McMenamins Crystal Ballroom,  $35.  www.needtobreathe.com
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31
      11 a.m., Serena Howell speaking at weekly luncheon meeting of Portland chapter of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship in America, Super King Buffet, 5015 S.E. 82nd Ave. Portland 97266.  Prayer at 11, worship at 11:30 and lunch at noon.  Howell and her husband founded Teen Reach to minister to at-risk young and teens in foster care through adventure camps and a mentoring program. $10.50 for lunch and drink; restaurant policy prohibits buying drinks only. 503-927-0213 or fgbmfamerica.org
    6 to 7:30 p.m., Annual Trunk or Treat, a safe activity for children, Calvary Baptist Church, 1230 Liberty St. S.E., Salem 97302.  Decorated trunks and truck beds in the church parking lot, loads of treats and other fun activities. 503-363-9246
    6 to 8:30 p.m., Harvest Time, Camp Harlow, 3850 County Farm Road, Eugene 987408.  A free fun event for the whole family, with games, prizes, candy, train riders and more.  541-683-5416 or www.campharlow.com
    6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Trunk & Treat, parking lot at Rockaay Community Church, 400 S. Third Ave, Rockaway Beach 97136.  Parking lot will be decorated and cars with open trunks will be arranged for easy access of treats. 503-355-2581 or rockawaychurch.com