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June 2021 in-person events

    6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Staying Safe with Technology, a free seminar, First Baptist Church, 5750 N. Hwy.101, Lincoln City 97367. This aims to help participants understand effectively protect themselves from privacy, security and safety challenges when using technology online. Presented by Forrest Fisher, who has worked as technology director for three decades for several Oregon and Central Washington school districts. The first part of the session will cover strategies for protecting yourself and your family from significant threats now online, and the second will focus on protecting children from online threats and cyberbulling.  Materials provided at no cost. To reserve a seat, phone 541-994-9106.
    Military and First Responder Families Conference with Corie Weathers, first of three consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center.  Weathers was named the 2015 Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year, where she advocated for mental health issues and served as a media correspondent consulting for command teams, and speaking to groups on issues regarding PTSD, grief, and marriage. She traveled to Turkey, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Persian Gulf with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter to visit troops and see deployment conditions. Weathers is a clinical consultant, working with service organizations to enhance programs, develop better team dynamics, and write meaningful curriculum. 1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    Morning, Upward Trails ministry hike at Cape Falcon on the Oregon Coast.  A 5-mile round-trip outing featuring cliff-top views.  503-484-7998 or 503-648-9267 or upwardtrails.org
    International Day of Prayer sponsored by Good Samaritan Ministries, first of two consecutive days, at the ministry headquarters, 7929 S.W. Cirrus Ave., Bldg. 23, Beaverton 97008.  Limited to 50 people in person. 503-644-2339.  Also viewable on Zoom.  Sign up at gsm.breezechms.com/form/prayer
    Women’s Conference with Kim Meeder, first of three consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center. An author, Meeder is co-founder with her husband of Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch in Oregon.  1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    Morning, Upward Trails ministry outing to the Deepwood Estate and Rose Garden in Salem.  Includes the Queen Anne mansion, museum, hiking trails through the woods and the Bush Pasture Rose Garden.  503-668-8950 or upwardtrails.org
    3 p.m. Oregon Homeschool Graduate Recognition sponsored by OCEANetwork, The River Church, 4675 Portland Road N.E.,Suite190, Salem 97305. Registration $210 includes: facility use; special speaker; graduation kit consisting of a cap, gown, personalized diploma and case; program; and dessert gift.  Also viewable online. For details: gradrec@oceanetwork.org
    Young Adult Camp 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
    Christian Renewal Center’s Beautification Work Retreat, first of  two consecutive days, at the center, 22444 North Fork Road S.E., Silverton 97381. 503-873-6743, christianrenewalcenter.org
    Morning, Upward Trails ministry hike in Lincoln City.  A total 6 miles on the beach and hills overlooking the ocean.  Starting with the Nature Conservancy trail hike to Cascade Head in the morning and lunch at the top. Then traveling a short ways into Lincoln City and do a short hike up to God’s Thumb,  enjoying a panoramic view over the ocean. Coming down, participants will try to go to a hidden beach on the north end of Roads End Beach. The will conclude enjoying outgoing tides and beach shells at Siletz Bay.  360-931-0624 or  or upwardtrails.org
    Family Conference with Jerry Benjamin, first of seven consecutive days,  Cannon Beach Conference Center.   With the special insights of his Jewish upbringing, Benjamin travels extensively as an itinerant Bible teacher. 1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net
    169th Northwest Christian Convention, first of six consecutive days, Oregon Christian Convention grounds, 5605 Jubilee Drive S.E., Turner 97392.  503-743-2101 or oregonchristianconvention.org
    Morning, Upward Trails ministry hike on the Chanticleer Point Trail.  Starting at the Portland Women’s Forum Viewpoint in Corbett, participants will follow an abandoned stage coach road down to the Columbia River.  About 3 miles total.  In the event of rain, the group will instead go to Cascade Locks and explore Government Island.  503-668-8950 or upwardtrails.org
    2 to 3:30 p.m., 20th anniversary celebration fundraiser for Love INC (Love in the Name of Christ) of Benton County, Life Community Church, 4900 N.W. Highway 99, Corvallis Love INC partners with local churches and volunteers to be the “hands and feet” of Christ in the community.  Information will be presented on a new ministry, Grow Together.  Also viewable online. YourLoveINC.org
    Morning, Upward Trails ministry hike at Silver Star Mountain in southwest Washington.  An 8.7-mile round trip with 2,100-foot elevation gain. Views of many mountains, and many photo opportunities. 503-522-7205 or upwardtrails.org
    9 and 10:45 a.m., David Brickner, president of Jews for Jesus, speaking during morning worship services, Salem First Church of the Nazarene, 1550 Market St. N.E., Salem 97301. Also viewable online at salemnaz.org. jewsforjesus.org
    Family Conference with Ed Underwood,  first of six consecutive days, Cannon Beach Conference Center.  Underwood is executive officer and lead counselor of Recentered Group. He helps churches build a high trust leadership culture and equip leaders to cultivate a disciple-making community. He has more than 40 years experience as a lead pastor in the Midwest, a church plant that grew into the largest church in a Pacific Northwest county, and the past 21 years as lead pastor of the historic Church of the Open Door in Southern California. He is author of three books.    1-800-745-1546 or cbcc.net