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UNITE Project Removes Barriers to Make a Difference

The room was buzzing with chatter and laughter as attendees shared dinner and fellowship. More than 100 attendees had gathered on January 12 at the Glendale Korean church for the UNITE Project, a movement that began in 2017. It was the fourth praise night across the country hosted by this ministry; the largest was in New York, welcoming 120 attendees. “UNITE Project is a platform to help people set aside differences to create differences in their community,” said Timothy Yun, assistant pastor at...

Nine Individuals Express Desire to Join Tehachapi Church Family

It was the last Sabbath of 2018, and there’s no doubt that heaven was rejoicing. Tehachapi church ended the year with a high Sabbath—baptizing seven members, accepting two by profession of faith, and celebrating communion. Often when a group of new members is baptized together, the service comes as the result of an evangelistic series or similar event. Not so with these individuals, who each have their own unique journey and story. “I can only give credit to prayer and patiently waiting on the Holy Spirit...

San Gabriel Academy Takes Mission Trip to Holbrook Indian School

In November, students and faculty from San Gabriel Academy followed in the footsteps of those who went on one of SGA’s first mission trips to Holbrook Indian School over 50 years ago. In the mid-1960s, students went to help install a walk-in freezer, plant crops, and handle deferred maintenance. In 2018, 43 students, faculty, and staff members made the 551-mile trip to paint, install drywall, do electrical work, clean horse stalls, and help with...



February 23, 2019
A conference in discovering, utilizing and mastering your unique God-ordained gifts and talents for the fulfillment of the Great Commission. Two presentations: 10:50 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Presented by: A Sure Harvest Ministries, www.asureharvest.com. Speaker: Gerald Babanezhad. Info: 626-798-0544, www.pasadenaadventistchurch.org.
February 23, 2019 3:00 PM
February 24, 2019 2:00 PM
2-6 pm. Learn how to save a life. AHA faculty member will teach Basic Life Support including CPR for Adults, Child CPR, CPR for Infants, 2-Rescuer CPR, Adult and Child Bag-Mask Technique, Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training, and Relief of Choking. Reinforce your skills with hands-on training using brand new equipment. CPR certificate is available for $15 administrative fee. Presented in partnership with the College of Nursing & Technology. Canoga Park Community SDA Church. Space is limited. Register today at CanogaParkSDA.org/CPR.
February 26, 2019 6:30 PM
January 8-March 26
Tuesday nights, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Everyone is welcome! We will read The Alzheimer’s Solution by Drs. Sherzai. Register at www.SouthBayChurch.net.

6:30 p.m. - Free plant-based supper
7:30 p.m. - Discussions
8:30 p.m. - The end