CONFERENCES

Northern California Conference

The Northern California Conference (NCC) was established in 1911. Currently, there are over 40,000 members in the NCC. The conference contains 164 congregations, 33 elementary schools, and 11 academies and junior academies. Additionally, Pacific Union College, Leoni Meadows Camp and Retreat Center, Adventist Health St. Helena (the oldest operational Adventist hospital), and a number of other Adventist healthcare institutions also operate in the conference territory.

Street Address
2100 Douglas Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95661
Mailing Address
P. O. Box 619015
Roseville, CA 95661-9015
Phone: 1 (916) 886-5600
Email: info@nccsda.com
Website: nccsda.com

A Supportive Learning Environment Helps Students Thrive at NCC Schools A Supportive Learning Environment Helps Students Thrive at NCC Schools Because They Saw Christ in Others, They Share His Love Because They Saw Christ in Others, They Share His Love Northern California Conference Launches the Beginning the Journey Campaign Northern California Conference Launches the Beginning the Journey Campaign Women’s Ministry Groups and School Team Together for Service Women’s Ministry Groups and School Team Together for Service Hilltop Students Get Excited About Helping Others Hilltop Students Get Excited About Helping Others Richmond Beacon Light Church Hosts Service and Social Days Richmond Beacon Light Church Hosts Service and Social Days El Dorado Adventist School Remembers First Responders El Dorado Adventist School Remembers First Responders Leoni Meadows Reaches Out to Housebound Neighbors Leoni Meadows Reaches Out to Housebound Neighbors Lodi Fairmont Church Hosts Drive-Through Prayer Parade Lodi Fairmont Church Hosts Drive-Through Prayer Parade El Dorado Adventist School Shows Teacher Appreciation with Drive-By Parade El Dorado Adventist School Shows Teacher Appreciation with Drive-By Parade Oakland Church Reaches Out to Homeless Mothers Oakland Church Reaches Out to Homeless Mothers Central Valley Christian Academy Senior Class Donates Class Trip Funds to Scholarships Central Valley Christian Academy Senior Class Donates Class Trip Funds to Scholarships Foothills Students and Teachers Return to Class Foothills Students and Teachers Return to Class Generosity Continues After the Fires Generosity Continues After the Fires NCC Community Comes Together During Disaster NCC Community Comes Together During Disaster NCC Young Adults Build Relationships with the Unhoused Residents on the Streets of Sacramento NCC Young Adults Build Relationships with the Unhoused Residents on the Streets of Sacramento Ministry Happens Even During Wildfires Ministry Happens Even During Wildfires The Willows Church Takes a Leap of Faith and Steps Up to Minister The Willows Church Takes a Leap of Faith and Steps Up to Minister Membership Assistance Fund Helps 250 Families Membership Assistance Fund Helps 250 Families NCC Members March  for Peace and Justice NCC Members March for Peace and Justice NCC Summer Ministries Make an Impact NCC Summer Ministries Make an Impact Laurie Trujillo Appointed  NCC Director of Communication and Development Laurie Trujillo Appointed NCC Director of Communication and Development The NCC Ordains Three Pastors This Fall The NCC Ordains Three Pastors This Fall NCC Confirms Holy Spirit’s Call to Three Pastors NCC Confirms Holy Spirit’s Call to Three Pastors Instagram Account Leads to Baptism Instagram Account Leads to Baptism NCC Camporee Focuses on Camping Skills NCC Camporee Focuses on Camping Skills NCC Members Continue to Worship, Teach, and Serve NCC Members Continue to Worship, Teach, and Serve NCC Members Call for Justice NCC Members Call for Justice NCC Membership Assistance Fund Steps up to Help Families NCC Membership Assistance Fund Steps up to Help Families NCC Members Creatively Adapt to the “New Normal” NCC Members Creatively Adapt to the “New Normal”

Recorder Newsletter February 2021

Recorder Newsletter December 2020

Dr. Marc Woodson
President

Elected president of the Northern California Conference on Sept. 30, 2018. Previously, he had served as NCC executive secretary since 2007. A native of Southern California and a product of Adventist Christian education, Woodson has an associate degree in communication and a bachelor’s degree in theology from Oakwood University, a master of divinity degree from Andrews University, and a doctorate in ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary.

He is an ordained minister and has served in various capacities for over 20 years as a campus chaplain, youth pastor, associate pastor, and senior pastor at the Mt. Rubidoux Adventist Church in Riverside, California. Before coming to Northern California, Woodson served the Southeastern California Conference as the associate youth director, where he supervised local church youth pastors, trained youth and young adult leaders, and planned youth events.

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