Blurred Vision

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Are there some sicknesses Jesus cannot heal? This question seems borderline heresy because the Bible tells us: “With God, nothing is impossible!” (Luke 1:37) But for the blind man from Bethsaida, Jesus only heals halfway. Why? On Sabbath (Saturday), November 1, Pastor Jon continues our series on the Miracles of Jesus. Together we will discover […]

Fellowship Meal


Join us on November 1 after the church service for our twice a month fellowship meal. After we partake of the spiritual food during Sabbath worship, we can then receive our fill of physical food! A variety of vegetarian foods will be presented. During this month of Thanksgiving, may we be grateful for the blessings […]

Re:Think Prophecy in Spokane


Come join us for a fascinating tour of Bible prophecy with David Asscherick. As seen on He’s Alive TV, David is a dynamic speaker and committed Bible expositor, has taught and preached about Bible prophecy around the world. Come see what the Bible says about these tense times in earth’s history. WHEN: November 12-15 WHERE: […]

16,000 Apples Squeezed

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[Launch Slideshow] One hundred and fifty gallons of fresh apple cider got pressed last Sunday by UCA Church members at the Apple Cider Squeeze.  The annual fall social, hosted by Marvin and Karen Gee, brought over 60 people out to take part in the event that’s a lot of work, but a lot of fun too. […]

Firestorm Offering


 A special freewill offering was received at the end of the church service on Sabbath (Saturday), October 18, for the continuing relief of the Carlton Complex Firestorm that hit Okanogan County this summer. Over $550 was donated to the cause. Ten percent of the total will be placed in the UCC Disaster Response fund so that money […]

Prayer for Ebola Virus Victims


General Conference President Ted N.C. Wilson asks the world church to pray for God’s intervention. Wilson has expressed deep concern for people threatened by the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa and urged Adventists worldwide to band together in praying for God’s intervention. More than 3,000 people, primarily in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, are believed to […]


Close up of map of africa with a note pined saying "Stop Genocide"

Roxanne Wickward teaches history at Upper Columbia Academy.  When she taught a unit on genocide recently, little did she know where it would lead. Roxanne wanted her students to realize that there is much more going on in the world than what they see in their community or even on Facebook.  So she spent that summer raising money […]