College Place Village Church

Seek God faithfully | Serve others diligently | Share the gospel boldly.

Solo Soaring Singles

Reaching and empowering single adults to create Christ-centered, safe places for fellowship, nurture and service.

Adventist Singles Adult Ministry (ASAM) is a Christ-centered ministry for single adults and their family members to enjoy spiritual and emotional growth, fellowship, fun and interaction with others.

  • Virginia Jeffery, 509-876-6815
  • Valerie Bass, Kathy Hazen

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Upcoming Events

  • July 13, 7:00 p.m., on the front lawn of the Village Church, evening vespers/book study.   We continue meeting to read together a little book called "Singleness - How to be Single and Satisfied."    All reading will be done during the meetings - any side reading will be Scriptures that you choose to do for further study.   We will meet on Friday nights until we finish going through this little book, except for July 27 when hopefully you will be joining us at Kaner Flats for the campout.   Location of meetings:   first meeting will be at Village Church outside on the lawn in the shade (bring lawn/camp chairs).  Future meetings will be at various parks weather permitting and announced/decided on at each meeting.   If you miss a meeting and wish to join us for the next one, location will be posted here on the website or you can call Virginia at 509-876-6815.    "The single life is a special life that offers special opportunities and has special meaning for those who choose it--or for those who choose to accept their unmarried state with contentment."

  • July 27-29, 2018 - Singles Summer Campout at Kaner Flats Campground.   Upper Columbia Conference/Solo Soaring Singles and Washington Conference joint event.    Click here for Registration Info/form


Cooking for One



  • Flower and Banana Bread Outreach - we are so grateful to all who helped make the day special for at least 100.  Thank you!


Recent Activities

Bennington Lake, May 26, 2018 - God gave us a beautiful day for the walk around the lake.   Some went all around, while others chose to moisy around on the west side of the lake.  Afterwards we went to Doris' house for supper followed by a short vespers.   In Scripture we learn of individuals who are unmarried yet devoted to God.   Lydia, a successful and satisfied business woman,  a witness to others, and after Paul and Silas were released from prison they met with other believers in her home.   Anna, graced by the Spirit of God to be a prophetess for Israel, became widowed after 7 years of marriage, then devoted the remainder of her life to serving the Lord and lived to be at least 84 years of age.    She witnessed the presentation of the infant Jesus at the temple and praised God and proclaimed to all that He was the long-awaited Messiah.   John the Baptist had a calling from God to prepare the way for the coming Messiah.   He calls a nation to repentance, stands against evil kings, and dies a martyr's death.   Most importantly we have Jesus who came and lived as an example for us for our daily living.   He was tempted as we are if not more so as in the wilderness.   He lived the life of an unmarried individual yet He also blessed marriages - an example to us that both are equally good.   May our focus be on Christ as we strive to learn what His purpose is for our lives.   May we strive always to be like Jesus!