SUPPORT THE BAHAMAS
In consultation with the Southeastern Conference in Florida, here is a list of items that can help those affected. If you have churches or individuals who would like to help, please share the following list of items with them:
New Children‘s clothes (urgently needed); Pampers (urgently needed); Can foods; Paper goods; Adult clothing; Toiletries; Flashlights; Batteries; Tarps; Tents; Cots; Sleeping bags; Sanitary supplies; Mosquito repellant; Water purification tablets; Generators
These items can be purchased at www.walmart.com and have delivered to be picked up at the store in North Miami, FL.
The store address is: Walmart Supercenter 425 NE 163rd St, North Miami Beach, FL 33162; Name for pick up: Southeastern Conference; Email for pick up: [email protected]
For those of you who wish to send cash/check please mail it to the address listed below.
Sheree Brown, Treasurer
Southeastern Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
1701 Robie Avenue
Mt. Dora Florida 32757
Main: (352) 735-3142
STORE CLOSING SALE
20% off almost everything!
*Exempt: New release books, special orders, 2020 Devotionals, ASI books, held items and online orders
*Food Exempt: Dinner roast, Smoked Turkey Roll
The annual Western Slope Women’s Retreat, “Prayer, Praise, and Promises,” will be held September 13-15 at Mountain Top Retreat. Guest Speakers are Darla Sherman of Maryland and Julia Bellman, a recent transplant to Colorado Springs. Attendees will be treated to a seminar of Bible promises given by Allison Duncan, a hayride, music, fun and fellowship. Please come for a relaxing weekend. You can find the registration form on the Rocky Mountain Conference website or call Judy Kelley at 970-249-7237. Please register as soon as possible for planning purposes.
The camp is located at 339 Bible Camp Road, Montrose CO.
Sunday, September 22
Mapleton Hill & Church Porch
1:00 – 4:30 p.m.
The Mapleton Hill PorchFest is a neighborhood walk-about where local musicians perform on porches throughout Mapleton Hill. Join your neighbors, friends, and family for an afternoon full of music and family fun, all in the historic district. Our own band, Chapels & Cathedrals, will perform on Boulder Church’s front porch from 2:45-4:15 p.m. Food trucks will also be located in the church parking lot. Mapleton Hill PorchFest was founded in 2011 by a local community member and former town planner, and was inspired by the Ithaca, New York, PorchFest. Porchfests are now held throughout the U.S., from Napa, California, to Somerville, Massachusetts. The only requirement is a walkable neighborhood and plenty of home-grown musical or other talent.
9Health Fair at VRA with Screenings for Adults and Kids – September 27, 2019, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
This year 9Health Fair celebrates 40 years of providing Coloradans access to important preventive health screenings and education with 100 health screening locations across the state this April. 9Health Fair locations, times and screenings can be found at 9HealthFair.org/health-fair
Over 2 million lives in Colorado have been impacted by 9Health Fair over the years, from gaining valuable information about their health to life-saving interventions. As health care costs and confusion rise, 9Health Fairs remains affordable, accessible and convenient. In addition, 9Health has added services and support, including education, digital tools, and personalized health information to assist people year-round.
9Health Fair’s enduring support of the community is due in large part to thousands of volunteers, including health care professionals, who donate their time to help advance health in Colorado. Each health fair offers affordable lab screenings, and many locations offer additional health screenings at no cost such as hearing, vision, body mass index and more. This year, 9Health will offer two new screenings, High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (heart health) and Blood Type along with its standard offerings.
Health care professionals are on-hand to offer assistance and advice to participants to decide which health screenings are appropriate for them.
Included at each location are:
• Blood Chemistry screening;
• Hemoglobin A1C Diabetes Screening
• Vitamin D
• Vitamin B12
• Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA)
• Testosterone (male)
• Blood Cell Count
• Colon Cancer Screening Kit
• High sensitivity C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP), and
• Blood Type
Based on the most current research findings, the 9Health Fair Medical Advisory Committee has determined that fasting is not required (optional) for blood screenings. To best prepare for a blood draw, drink plenty of water and continue to take prescription medications. People with diabetes should not fast. Check with your health care provider for specific recommendations.
About 9Health – 9Health is the largest volunteer-driven, non-profit health, wellness, and prevention effort in the nation. Our mission is to raise health awareness and provide people with the tools they need to take responsibility for their health. Thanks to the support of more than 12,000 statewide volunteers, we’ve helped save thousands of lives by providing affordable, convenient screenings and health education. Since inception, we’ve proudly impacted more than 2 million individuals who took the time to learn more about their health and take control of their lives. 9Health holds unique endorsements from the Colorado Medical Society, the Colorado Nurses Association and the Colorado Hospital Association. Major sponsors include 9NEWS and Quest Diagnostics.
For more information, please visit www.9HealthFair.org or call 1-800-332-3078.
Porter Place auditorium 1001 E. Yale Ave., Denver
Sponsored by RMC, MAUC, and NAD Women’s Ministries
Rocky Mountain Conference is hosting its first Seventh-day Adventist leadership forum Local Church Leadership for the Future. Are you asked to be a leader in your church? Presenters are Glen Sackett, Jim Feldbush, and Ron Price – Adventist leadership professionals who will provide beneficial practical information.
When: October 20, 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Registration: 9:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Opening of Session: 9:30 a.m.
Where: Porter Place, 1001 E Yale Ave, Denver, CO 80210
Register by calling the RMC office: 303-733-3771
Cost: $75 per person (includes lunch, materials, and gifts)
This conference will change you view of leadership
Live in caregiver needed ASAP in Colorado Springs. Some medical training or experience needed. Younger stroke patient needs a God-loving, kind, patient, intelligent, caregiver for basic ADLs. Room, board, and stipend.
If interested please contact Michelle Velbis at 407-412-2294.
La Vida Mission still has the following needs for the upcoming school year:
– Little girls dorm parents
Please contact Steve Gillham by calling 505-786-5539.
Mile High Academy has immediate openings for Before and After School Supervision positions.
- Before School Care, approximately 7.5-8 hours per week, Monday thru Friday, 6:55 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
- After School Care, approximately 15-18 hours per week, Mon-Thurs, 3-6 p.m., Fridays 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. with earlier closing dependent on sundown.
State licensing a must; however, MHA is willing to help the right candidate with these requirements. Candidate must be a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and possess current US work authorization. For additional information about the positions and application process, please contact Jocelyn Aalborg at [email protected]