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Pre-Boarding for Kids!

This year we have an additional registration form for our kids programs to make sure our leaders have the information they need. You can fill this form out when you register, or you can get it out of the way today!

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[God's] intent was that now, through the church, the manifold wisdom of God should be made known to the rulers and authorities in the heavenly realms, according to his eternal purpose that he accomplished in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Ephesians 3:10-11, NIV


What is God doing through the church? What is happening when we gather together in our congregations, our small groups, our leadership teams? Why do we keep coming back--in spite of the cost, the effort, the struggle, and the heartbreak that's often involved?

In Ephesians Paul tells us that God is doing something amazing through the church. God is using our congregations to broadcast his wisdom to all the powers that are arrayed against him--to show the world that his way--the way of Christ--is the true and only way to heal the world of its divisions. No matter the size, style, or location of the church, God is using your congregation to change the world!

As we gather from the 171st Northwest Christian Convention, we will be learning about and celebrating God's amazing plan for the church. Our main speakers will lead us through the book of Ephesians, unpacking for us the amazing ways God equips his churches to fulfill their amazing mission. Our workshops and classes will be tailor-made to help equip and encourage churches in the ways they most need it. And our worship and fellowship will help us to truly celebrate how good it is to dwell together in unity, to be the churches that God calls us to be. We hope to see you there!

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Interested in a higher level of content? Check out our Equip Classes: week-long college-level courses provided during the afternoons of Convention!




Assistant Professor of History and World Christianity
Bushnell University

Melisa Ortiz Berry is the professor of History and World Christianity at Bushnell University and the author of the social media devotions @DrBerryDaily. She combines her knowledge of history and the Bible with an inspirational speaking style to convey the truth and love of God. Dr. Berry is a wife and mother of kindergartner twins who also enjoys relaxing with a good book or dinner out with friends.

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Professor of Theology,
Lipscomb University

John Mark Hicks has taught full time in higher education among Churches of Christ since 1982 and is currently Professor of Theology at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. He has taught in over 40 states and 20 countries around the world. He has authored, co-authored, edited, or contributed to over 40 books as well as contributing to both academic and popular journals. He is married to Jennifer and shares five living children and six grandchildren with her.

Morning Bible Teacher

Dr. Wes Wright

Senior Minister

Santa Clara Church, Eugene OR

Wes Wright serves as the Senior Minister for the Santa Clara Church since 2008 and is an adjunct professor for Bushnell University. He is married to Jo, father to Micah and Samantha, and “opa” to his grandson, Calvin. Wes loves preaching and teaching, is a “confirmed bibliophile,” and an avid outdoorsman where he loves to explore God’s general revelation along with his lifelong obsession with Jesus and the Bible.

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The Northwest Christian Convention is an annual gathering of Christians that has been happening in Oregon for 170 years. Over that time the gathering has gone by many different names--The Missionary Society of Oregon, The Annual State Cooperation, and The Oregon Christian Convention. Throughout that time, however, the mission of the gathering has always been the same:

  • to promote unity among Christians in the Northwest,

  • the encourage and equip churches in the Northwest, and 

  • to promote and support missions around the world.

Daily Workshop Themes

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Full Daily Schedules:

Housing Options

  • Campsites with Water and Electric: $25 per night (100 campsites)

  • Tent camping no hook-ups: $15 per night

  • Centennial Lodge: Single person $20 per night, Double $25 per night

  • Jubilee Lodge Upstairs: $10 per night (men’s and women’s side)

  • (all cabins are full at this time)

  • Cabin 1-5, 7, 8, 11 (no restroom): $30 per night

  • Cabin 6, 9, 10, 12, 13 (either full bathroom or water and toilet): $50 per night


In order to secure housing email to request the type of housing you need. When you register, pay the $25 housing deposit (remainder due upon arrival) or pay the full amount online in the “housing deposit” box.

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