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This past week, the president of our denomination, Randy Remington, sent a statement to all the pastors entitled “Uniting the Foursquare Family Against Racism” and calling us to a corporate time of prayer and fasting for three days beginning tomorrow (https://resources.foursquare.org/uniting-the-foursquare-family-against-racism/). Many people in our community struggle with what to say, think, or how to...
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Pastor Steve shares plans for future relaunching of our larger gatherings and current news on the smaller gatherings that are beginning to happen in homes across our region based on our Phase 1 status.
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As the lead Pastor of Westside Church, along with our leadership team, I would like to respond to some of the frequently asked questions regarding the current restrictions on large gatherings which directly affect churches across our state and the nation. Q. Why are we allowing the government to dictate how we worship?Simple answer: we...
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Together we are making an impact in our community in the midst of the crisis. Check out this Outreach Update from Pastor Steve to be encouraged and find out how to keep helping. Thank you, Westside!
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We are excited about this opportunity to pray with brothers and sisters all around Central Oregon. 50 Days of Prayer is an initiative led by a group of prayer warriors from various churches, encouraging the body of Christ to pray during the 50 days between Easter and Pentecost. Their website will have focused prayers, worship...
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A video update from Pastor Steve: Hi everybody. I wanted to give you a quick update on some things going on in our faith community. It has been a moment for us to rethink how we do church. Thankfully we know, we are the church. It’s never been about a building. Still, without having our...
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Hi Westside Family. I, like many of you, received the information from our Oregon Governor to ban gatherings larger than 250 people in order to protect the public from the COVID-19 outbreak. I believe our response to this announcement should not be one of fear, but of wisdom and care for those in our churches and...
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