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Wade Family Says Farewell to Jim
The Wade family gathered on Sunday afternoon at Riverside, and then at the cemetery, to honor and say goodbye to Jim Wade. While the service was for family only, a Zoom link to the service was provided by Anderson’s Tribute Center, but unfortunately it did not work.
For those who would like to see the service, Anderson’s archived a recording of it, and you can see it here at Dropbox.
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Who We Are
For more than 100 years Riverside Community Church, United Church of Christ, has shared the extravagant love of God in the Columbia River Gorge.
We are a Christian community of faith that is spiritually alive, intellectually curious and open to fresh movements of the Spirit.
We believe that God is still speaking and, as followers of Jesus, we seek to listen and respond. In the ways of Jesus, we love our neighbors and seek justice for the whole of creation. All who seek to know the living God are welcome in this place!
We are an “Open and Affirming” congregation, affirming the full inclusion of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender persons (LGBTQ+) in the church’s life and ministry.
We are an “Immigrant Welcoming” congregation, called by our faith to stand together with our undocumented and documented immigrants brothers, sisters and their families.
We seek to honor and protect the gifts of God’s creation, divesting our financial resources from the fossil fuel industry, reinvesting in renewable energy and striving to reduce our use of fossil fuels.
Riverside is one of the more than 5,000 communities of faith that make up the United Church of Christ (UCC). The UCC has been on the cutting edge of justice movements in the U.S. since its work to abolish slavery in the 1800’s.