May
4
to May 6

Diocesan Women's Retreat

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We hope you can join us for our annual Women's Retreat at Cascadia Camp and Conference Center in Yelm. Our speaker this year is Theresa Newell, Theresa has led over 50 biblical study tours to Israel and today serves as CMJ USA Director of  Communications. She was the North America Coordinator of the Lausanne Consultation  on Jewish Evangelism (LCJE) from 1999 to 2007. A journalist by training, Theresa completed a Masters in Biblical Studies (OT) and a Doctor of Ministry degree at Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge, PA. Theresa and her husband Bruce live in New Holland PA and together they have eight children, 31 grand children and 3 great-granddaughters.       

Theresa will be sharing with us from the book of Ruth...

God's covenantal promise in the Book of Ruth assures provision of a redeemer. Sure enough: Boaz faithfully stepped up as her kinsman-redeemer. And what about us, two millennia later? Theresa will guide our discussion about God's covenantal promises of the Old Testament, how His promise-keeping is shown in Ruth’s life, and how this applies to our own lives.

Introduction: Ruth - The Link in God's Covenantal Love

Session 1: Israel and Nations - God's Gracious Love

Session 2: "As it Happened" - God's Providential Love

Session 3: The Threshing Floor - God's Righteous Love

Session 4: Marriage and Baby - God's Faithful Love

*If you plant to come early and eat dinner with us at the retreat center please add that option in your registration. The cost for dinner is $15.

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Apr
27
to Apr 29

Diocesan Men's Retreat

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Dear Brother

We’re very glad that you will be able to join us for the Fourth Annual Cascadia Men’s Retreat!  This retreat promises to be a wonderful opportunity to rest, renew, return to the Lord, and fellowship with each other.

Here are some things that you will need to know before coming to the retreat at the Cascades Conference Center:

· Bring your own sleeping bag or sheets; pillow, towels, soap and toiletries.

· You will be sharing a room with 3 or 4 men; please travel light and bring ear plugs to have a good night’s sleep.

· Bring a flashlight and appropriate clothes for both indoors and outdoors.

· The Conference Center does not have good cell phone reception, but wireless internet is available in central buildings.  ((If there is an emergency, the retreat leader will contact camp staff to transmit a message in or out).

· Print a map or program your GPS before you start to drive.

· You may bring snacks to share, but NO food or beverages are allowed in bedrooms.

· Alcohol and smoking are NOT allowed.

· A comfortable seat cushion may come in handy.

We look forward to sharing this weekend with each of you.

- Cascadia Men’s Retreat Team

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Mar
25
6:00 PM18:00

Passover Seder Dinner

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All are invited to to the Diocese of Cascadia 2018 Seder Meal celebration to be held at Gateway Fellowship in Poulsbo. The admission price is $5 per individual or $10 for a family of any size. Please read the message below from Rev Canon Daryl Fenton (President of CMJ - Christian Ministry Among Jewish People) who will be our celebrant for the evening. 

 

 

A Seder Message from The Rev. Canon Daryl Fenton

Over 3,200 years ago, The Lord had a conversation with Moses. Actually, it was more like a monologue with a Q&A session. In it The Lord instructed Moses to establish eight festivals or feasts. The Lord called them his feasts, He told Moses he should call them” Feasts of the Lord.” He did not call them the Feasts of Israelites, but the feasts that He ordained for his people. These feasts were a part of the Mosaic (or the Old) Covenant.

Chief among those feasts was the Sabbath. Passover (Pesach) is probably a close second. For Gentile Christians Pesach can have special meaning. It was at the celebration of Passover with his disciples that Jesus inaugurated what he called “The New Covenant, which is poured out for many.” Of all the Feasts of the Lord Passover is filled with a foreshadowing of the Lord’s redemption of his people through his Messiah. The Seder meal is the manifestation of this feast.

 

So, it is in that spirit that we will gather at 6:00 PM on the evening of Palm Sunday at Gateway Fellowship Church to celebrate this Feast of the Lord in all of its joy and promise. This is a celebration designed to keep our memories fresh with the things that the Lord has done for us. It is intended to be a celebration of remembrance and a time to rejoice in what the Lord has done for us.

redeeming work of the Lord together.

Daryl

USA Executive Director

The Church’s Ministry Among Jewish People (CMJ)

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Feb
24
9:00 AM09:00

Lenten Lecture Series

Lenten Lecture Series with Dr. Hans Boersma
J.I. Packer Professor of Theology at Regent College in Vancouver, BC.
Author of: “Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry.”

Friday, Feb 23rd 7:00-8:30 PM
“Watch for Deer! Why road signs get in the way of enchantment.”

Saturday, Feb 24th 9:00AM-Noon
“Tuning People to Reality: Why music isn’t a matter of taste.”
“Getting Back Together: Why the reformation was a tragedy.”

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Feb
23
5:30 PM17:30

Lenten Lecture Series

Lenten Lecture Series with Dr. Hans Boersma
J.I. Packer Professor of Theology at Regent College in Vancouver, BC.
Author of: “Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry.”

Friday, Feb 23rd 7:00-8:30 PM
“Watch for Deer! Why road signs get in the way of enchantment.”

Saturday, Feb 24th 9:00AM-Noon
“Tuning People to Reality: Why music isn’t a matter of taste.”
“Getting Back Together: Why the reformation was a tragedy.”

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