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Focus on Scripture

Upcoming passages at One Place:

September 15- 1 Kings 1-2 (Susan Zork)

September 22- 1 Kings 3 (Japhet De Oliveira)

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For in the overflow is where God shows His all

Due to the fact that God's church at Newbold Auditorium is filled to capactiy each week, One Place now offers overflow seating. Avoid the need to journey elsewhere on Sabbath and instead find your way to BUL250 (just behind the upstairs entrances). 

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Baptisms at One Place

Mark your calendars for September 22 as an exciting day for our One Place community. We will be celebrating three baptisms during the 11:45am worship service. Come bear witness and celebrate the decisions that will be made to follow Jesus and join our One Place family.

If you are interested in learning more about baptism or would like to begin preparing for baptism, please contact any of the One Place pastoral staff or contact Aaron

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One Place turns One!

We will be celebrating One Place's first "birthday" on October 6 during the 10:00am and 11:45am worship services. 

Join us for the celebration!

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Keep us "in the loop"

One Place would love for you to be celebrated on your birthday or anniversary. Email us and let us know when your special days are.


Check out the photos this month's services on the One Place Facebook page. Help us to find faces by tagging your friends as you browse.

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Oh! Lord we bring an offering to You

Last week's offering totaled $499. Thank you all for your generous giving.

Offering baskets are always available on tables at each of the lower entrances as well as one table upstairs between the upper entrances. Drop in loose donations or you may place it in a provided envelope and mark it for One Place.

One Place Picnic

Please make arrangements to join our One Place picnic on September 22 at 1:30pm following the second worship service. The Grove at Andrews University has been reserved all for us. We will enjoy great food while making new connections and restoring old friendships. 

Plan to bring sandwiches, salads, and other picnic-style foods (with enough to share!) Frisbees and other park-friendly games will be warmly welcomed. Also, you will want to bring along blankets and chairs on this day to lounge upon. 

This Sabbath, visit the Picnic table in the Buller Hall lobby to RSVP. Our One Place local community members will be asked to provide enough food to feed the tribe. While any students will simply be asked to RSVP free of charge

Contact Ashley Weber with any questions or you can call her mobile at (269) 932-8751

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AU Student Missionary Spotlight

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Kendra Avila is serving at Upper Columbia Academy in Washington state.

When you find a free opportunity, send Kendra an email letting her know she is being prayed for and that we are proud of her work in Washington at One Place. 

For the One. Jesus. All.

For the One. Jesus. All.

Celebrating the supremacy of Jesus in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The One Project comes to Chicago, IL February 11-12, 2013! 

A two-day symposium seeking - through gatherings, conversations, web-based content, and Christ-focused publications - to stimulate preaching, worship, and adoration of Jesus within and through the Adventist church.

We have over 1/3 of the spaces taken for the One project gathering in Chicago. Chicago plans are growing every week. We will be offering live translation into Spanish and thanks to Rod and Zan Long we have created the One project kids option. More details will follow next month. We have expanded the schedule around the gathering with two extra opportunities.

First, for those who arrive early you are welcome to sign up for one of the Conversations.  These take place Sunday evening and are limited to 8 people per Conversation.

Second, you could join us each evening after the gathering for the Intersection. At the Intersection we will explore what it means to put Jesus. All. in action. The question we often get is "how do we go further with this conversation and move it into praxis". This is the opportunity to move into the practice of Jesus. All. And to share with others what works, what might work, and the challenges we all face in a Jesus. All. ministry.

Explore and define the intersections where theories can become concrete solutions, theology finds implementation, and thoughts meet action.

To find out more information contact Japhet De Oliveira or Tyler Stewart. To sign up, visit the One Project website