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August 2021 in-person events

SOMETIME IN EARLY AUGUST
    Laps for Life fundraising walk to benefit Vine Medical pregnancy center in Yamhill County, date and location to be announced. The walk also can be done “virtually” on dates and location of own choosing but needs to be done between Aug. 1 and 15; For donor pledge sheets: www.pregnancyhelp.info/fundraising-events or 503-714-4148.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 1
    Willamette Valley Campmeeting for the Churches of God (Anderson, Ind.) of Oregon and Southwest Washington, first of five consecutive days, Oregon Christian Convention grounds, 5605 Jubilee Drive S.E., Turner 97392. Speaker is Marshall Snider of Portland, founder of Because People Matter. orwacog.org
    Family Conference with Rene Schlaepfer and Bill Butterworth, first of seven consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center. Schlaepfer pastors a church near Santa Cruz, Calif. Butterworth taught at Florida Bible College and then directed counseling for Insight for Living. 800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4
    Launch pro-life leadership retreat for young adults ages 16-21, sponsored by Oregon Right to Life, first of three consecutive days, Rockaway Beach location to be announced. $100 includes lodging and meals; scholarships available. ortl.org
    7 p.m., Tribute Quartet in Southern gospel concert, Battle Ground Baptist Church, 1110 N.W. Sixth Ave., Battle Ground, Wash.  98604.  Free admission; freewill offering taken. southerngospelpdx.com
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5
    Royal Rangers Oregon Powwow for kids, sponsored by the Oregon Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, first of four consecutive days, Camp Wildcat in the Coast Range in Lincoln County. oregonag.org
    6:30 a.m., Global Leadership Summit, a nationwide simulcast to more than 600 sites in North America, including several locally. Featuring 16 speakers on topics related to effective and influential leadership.  Viewable at Northwest Christian Church’s Newberg campus, 2315 Villa Road, Newberg 97132; Dayspring Fellowship, 1755 Lockhaven Drive N.E.,  Keizer 97303; Foothills Community Church, 122 Grange Ave, Molalla 97038; and New Hope Community Church, 1350 S. Hwy. 395, Hermiston 97838. globalleadership.org/global-leadership-summit/
    9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Annual yard sale to benefit Portland’s Singing Christmas Tree, first of four consecutive days, Southwest Church of Christ, 9725 S.W. Durham Road, Portland 97224.  Multiple families selling a wide variety of items. 503-557-8733 or media@singingchristmastree.org
    7 p.m., Tribute Quartet in concert, Grand View Baptist Church, 14855 S. Leland Road, Beavercreek 97004. Free admission; freewill offering accepted. 503-632-8100 or southerngospelpdx.com
FRIDAY, AUGUST 6
    Impact Your Health Portland, free medical, dental and vision clinic for the community, first of two days this weekend, Portland Adventist Academy, 1500 SE 96th Ave., Portland 97216. Continues Sunday. impactyourhealthpdx.com
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7
    Upward Trails ministry overnight hike to Walupt Lake near Packwood, Wash. Bring canoe or kayak. Includes visit to nearby waterfalls. 503-668-8950 or upwardtrails.com
    10 a.m. to noon, Walk for Life to benefit the St. Germaine and St. Michael the Archangel pregnancy centers, starting at Blanchet Catholic High School, 4373 Market St. N.E. Salem 97301. The walk will go from there to the Planned Parenthood facility,  3825 Wolverine St. N.E., and then return. The walk will be held rain or shine, but warm weather is likely so participants should be prepared with hats, sunblock and strollers for small children.  503-581-2229 or  mtasalem2@gmail.com
    4 p.m., Something More Family Festival, a free-admission event sponsored by Oregon-based ETeamGlobal and seven churches in Pierce County, Wash.,  400 Lynch Creek Road E., Eatonville, Wash.  Includes concerts by Jordan Feliz and White Ribbon Day; skills by professional skateboarder Tim Byrne; messages from ETeamGlobal evangelists Tim Robnett, Chris Kingston and Austin Hall, and activities including double ziplines,  ballistic swing and inflatables. www.somethingmorefest.com
    5 p.m., Bluegrass in the Orchard Grass festival, Ellis and Sue Stutzman Farm, 36453 Bohlken Drive, Lebanon 97355. Features Bethel Mountain Band. 503-551-6484 or bethelmountainband.com
    6 to 9 p.m., Compassion to Action’s ReachAmerica evangelistic outreach on Gospel Truck, Revolution Church, 13047 S.E. Ramona St., Portland 97236.  compassiontoaction.com
SUNDAY, AUGUST 8
    Family Conference with Rick McKinley, first of seven consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center. McKinley is lead pastor at Imago Dei Community in Portland. He also teaches at Multnomah Biblical Seminary. He is also co-creator of Love Portland, a citywide initiative to engage the church with the community by loving and blessing the city.1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    4:30 p.m., Car Show XV, part of the Outdoor Sunday Evening Events series, Southwest Bible Church, 14605 S.W. Weir Road, Beaverton 97007. Register at carshow.swbible.org
MONDAY, AUGUST 9
    Primary Camp for third and fourth grades sponsored by the Churches of God (Anderson, Ind.) of Oregon and Southwest Washington, first of four consecutive days, Camp White Branch, 61500 McKenzie Hwy, McKenzie Bridge 97413 orwacog.org
    Western Oregon Youth Camp sponsored by Oregon Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, first of five consecutive days, Camp Kellogg Springs, 1111 Kellogg Camp Lane, Oakland, OR 97462 Theme is “Get Ready for the Real Thing.” oregonag.org/events/kids-camp
    The Extreme Tour music and outreach event, first of four consecutive days, Meacham location to be announced. theextremetour.com
TUESDAY, AUGUST 10
    6 to 8 p.m., Lebanon After 5 Connection picnic and concert, Summertime Sounds in the Park, River Park, 1235 E. Grant St., Lebanon 97355. Russ and Janna Clifford of Cottage Grove, a businessman and nurse, respectively, will speak onabout COVID-19’s effect on their lives in “A Hope in Troubled Times.” A ‘mini-concert” will be given by Lebanon soloist Peter Butler, a former high school teacher and choir director. $10. RSVP to 541-258-6414 or 541-259-1396 or NancyPinzino@comcast.net
THURSDAY, AUGUST 12
    Breaking the Mold Family Campmeeting sponsored by Hills and Valleys Church (Seventh-day Adventist) of Oregon City,  first of four consecutive days, 38975 S.W. Laurelwood Road, Gaston 97119.  Features relational self-discovery group activities where all ages worship and learn together. There will also be a 52-foot caving and maze trailer for kids of all ages as well as a slip  and slide and face painting. Music by Lennox Fleary and Fernanda Rinza. oregonadventist.org/news/breaking-the-mold-family-campmeeting
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13
    Girls Camp sponsored by the Oregon Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, first of three consecutive days, location to be announced. oregonag.org
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14
    Upward Trails ministry’s choice of outings. One is to Vista Ridge on the north side of Mount Hood, and the other is a 5-mile outing on nearby Red Hill. For the first option, 360-931-0624 or lewald33@comcast.net, and for the second, 503-668-8950. upwardtrails.com
    2021 Hope Run to benefit Hope Pregnancy Clinic of Salem, Minto-Brown Island Park, 2200 Minto Island Road S.W. S.E., Salem 97302.  Choice of 10k or 5k runs, 5k walk or 1k Family Run run/Walk.  $25 for ages 18 or older, $10 for ages 6 to 17, free for ages 5 and younger; registrants get a T-shirt and runner bag with special items. hopeforsalem.org/resources/display/events
    8:30 a.m. to noon, Breakfast and fellowship time for husbands and fathers 18 or older sponsored by COACH (Coalition of Christian Homeschool Families) in and near Washington County, Hillsboro location to be announced. Topic will be “keeping our households protected from the evils of this world,” with sharing of technical and educational information.  $5 suggested donation. info@coachfamily.org
    9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Valley View Air Show, Valley View Rock of Ages Retirement Village, 15600 S.W. Road of Ages Road, McMinnville 97128. Featured groups include The 3 Heath Brothers, Liberty Quartet, The Craguns, Gospel Echoes Northwest, Second Winds Band and the Bethel Mountain Band. 503-472-6212 or rockofagesvalleyview.com
    1 to 5 p.m., Christian Heritage of the Northwest tour, in the Salem and mid-Willamette Valley areas. Led by Vaughn Longanecker of Aloha, this looks at memorials that “testify of the true history of God’s Providential work in the Northwest.” $3.50 for ages 13 and older, $12 for a family of four. 503-709-0779 or vaughnlonganecker@gmail.com
    6 to 9 p.m. Catch Heaven’s Flame monthly revival meeting sponsored by Hearts of Fire International, The Calling Church, 15640 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., Vancouver, Wash. 98682
SUNDAY, AUGUST 15
    1-Hour Prayer, a prayer emphasis sponsored by Clark County (Wash.) Prayer Connect and the National Network of Youth Ministries, and  focusing on all middle and high schools in the county, first of eight consecutive days.  Participants invited to select a local school and which day they would like to pray, and to meet in the evening from 7 to 8 p.m. at the school’s flagpole to join in prayer.  Students, parents, educators and friends of the schools are all encouraged to take part. For details and updated schedule: www.ccprayerconnect.net  To indicate participation, pball@nnym.org
    Family Conference with Darryl DelHousaye, first of seven consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center. DelHousaye pastored in California before serving as senior pastor at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Bible Church for 25 years and was president of Phoenix Seminary for 23 years. As chancellor of Phoenix Seminary, he is active in the spiritual care of students, faculty and staff. 1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    5 p.m., International evangelist Andrew Palau speaking as part of the Outdoor Sunday Evening Events series, South-west Bible Church, 14605 S.W. Weir Road, Beaverton 97007. swbible.org
    6 p.m., Liberty Quartet from Boise, Idaho, in concert, Temple Baptist Church, 1319 N.E. Seventh Ave., Portland 97232. Free admission; freewill offering taken. libertyquartet.com
MONDAY, AUGUST 16
    Western Oregon Kids Camp sponsored by Oregon Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, first of five consecutive days, Camp Kellogg Springs, 1111 Kellogg Camp Lane, Oakland, OR 97462 Theme is “Jungle Tour.” oregonag.org/events/kids-camp
TUESDAY, AUGUST 17
    6:30 p.m., Free-admission Gospel bluegrass concert featuring Bill Jolliff and Luanne Fugal, South Salem Friends Church, 1140 Baxter Road S.E., Salem 97306. Jolliff is professor of English at George Fox University and a published poet/author, recorded songwriter, banjo player and bluegrass/traditional music vocalist.  He will be joined by Fugal, an instrumentalist.  503-364-7476.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 19
    The Extreme Tour music and outreach event, first of two consecutive days, Dallas location to be announced. theextremetour.com
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20
    Upward Trails ministry’s weekend backpacking trip to North Lake and Green Point Mountain near Mount Hood, first of three consecutive days. A 6-mile loop, with 900-foot elevation gain. 503-668-8950 or upwardtrails.com
    4 to 10 p.m., The Big Bash III, first of three consecutive days, The River Church, 4675 Portland Road N.E., Salem 97305. Continues 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Theme is “Love Wins, Freedom Reigns.” Music, six food vendors, carnival games, car giveaways and raffles.  Live music by Tim Moon, Paul and Noreen Coca, rapper Michael Williams of Hiz Nation, The River worship team, and special guest Chuck Girard, founding member of Love Song. Bring lawn chairs and shade covering.  For the car giveaways, must be 21 or older, be present to win, and show valid ID. 503-798-6388.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 21
    Forward Edge Goes Over the Edge, a fundraiser for Vancouver, Wash.-based Christian relief agency Forward Edge International’s children’s programs, on the new Portland Astoria building, 140 S.W. Columbia St., Portland 97201. Ninety people who have committed to raising at least $1,000 for Forward Edge will rappel 140 feet down the building. 360-558-5898 or dalynoglesby@forwardedge.org
    The Extreme Tour music and outreach event, first of two consecutive days, Falls City location to be announced. theextremetour.com
    1 p.m.,”Indoor picnic” sponsored by Portland Women’s Connection, Valley View Church, 11501 S.E. Sunnyside Road, Clackamas 97015. Theme is “A Gust of Wind.” Picnic lunch provided.  Donna Moore, a retired nurse and instructor from Lacey, Wash., will speak.  Special presentation also scheduled. $10. RSVP by Aug. 16 at 503-341-2221 or joylindstedt@gmail.com.
    6 to 9 p.m., Compassion to Action’s ReachAmerica evangelistic outreach on the Gospel Truck,  Vancouver Mall, 8700 N.E. Vancouver Mall Drive, Vancouver, Wash. 98662.. compassiontoaction.com
    7 p.m.,. Bethel Mountain Band in concert, Freitag Farm, 30120 Crook Drive, Halsey 97348. 541-369-2728 or bethelmountainband.com
SUNDAY, AUGUST 22
    Family Conference with Charles Price, first of seven consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center. Price is senior pastor of The Peoples Church in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He also teaches via a weekly hourlong program, , broadcast by television and radio coast to coast across Canada and internationally. 1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    5 p.m., First Responders Night, part of the Outdoor Sunday Evening Events series, Southwest Bible Church, 14605 S.W. Weir Road, Beaverton 97007. Honoring police, fire emergency medical and other first responders. swbible.org
THURSDAY, AUGUST 26
    The Extreme Tour music and outreach event, first of two consecutive days, Baker City location to be announced. theextremetour.com
FRIDAY, AUGUST 27
    Upward Trails ministry’s choice of outings. The first is an overnight camp and easy hike today and Saturday to Takhlakh Lake near Mount Adams in Washington. The other is a 4-mile easy level beach walk Saturday only on the north Oregon coast from Tierra del Mar to Cape Kiwanda. For the first option, 503-668-8950, and for the second, 503-484-7998. upwardtrails.com
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28
     3:30 p.m. to evening, Hermiston CityFest with Andrew Palau, Butte Park, Hermiston 97838.  Produced by the Portland-based Luis Palau Association in partnership with more than 50 Hermiston-area churches.  Features  contemporary Christian music artists Danny Gokey, We Are Messengers, George Moss and Marisol Park, as well as a message from evangelist Andrew Palau.  Also action sports demonstrations and a family fun zone.  Free admission.  www.CityFest.org
    The Extreme Tour music and outreach event, first of two consecutive days, John Day location to be announced. theextremetour.com
SUNDAY, AUGUST 29
    Upward Trails ministry hike to Cooper Spur on the north side of Mount Hood. A 5-mile outing with 1,000-foot elevation loss. 503-522-7205 or upwardtrails.com
    Family Conference with Ryan Paulson, first of six consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center. Paulson is lead pastor of Emmanuel Faith Community Church in Escondido. Calif. 1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    4:30 p.m., 5K walk and 1-mile fun run, part of the Outdoor Sunday Evening Events series, Southwest Bible Church, 14605 S.W. Weir Road, Beaverton 97007. Register at sw5k.org
MONDAY, AUGUST 30
    The Extreme Tour music and outreach event, first of two consecutive days, Bingen, Wash., location to be announced. theextremetour.com