Woodside Warriors

Posted on 2022.04.01 by • Updated on 2023.08.30
Pathfinder Logo

Pathfinder club is a once a week event for kids ages 10-14. We check in/out uniform parts “Dress A” and “Dress B” at the beginning and end of the season. Discuss dates and annual pricing. Season Begins Sept 20, 2023-Dec, Spring Registration in Jan-May 2024.

9/13/20236pm-8pmFALL SIGN UPS
4/7/20247-3pmBike A THON
5/5/2024all dayPATHFINDER FAIR

If your Pathfinder would like to earn any other honors from home please feel free to look over the online curriculum and contact your pathfinder director to let them know.

The Northern California Conference (NCC) has also decided to do something similar by starting a conference-wide Pathfinder group beginning in early April 2021.  They are also using Google Classroom (code: vihbd4r) and plan on having “games, worship, honors and prizes”. The NCC Youth Calendar link of event dates.

Want your Pathfinders credentials? Training- See Rick J.Master Guide ONLINE trainingONLINE Basic Staff Certification ONLINE Leaders in Training LIT

The Sacramento, Woodside Pathfinder Club, as part of the worldwide Pathfinders organization represents a group of young people (ages 10+ & young at heart staff) committed to personal and spiritual growth, focused on christian & community service, and determined to properly care for each other and our environment.

While sponsored globally by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and locally by the Woodside SDA Church of Sacramento, Pathfinders is open to those of any religious persuasion, or none at all.

Together, We enjoy many activities including:

For more information, visit our About Page, the North American Division Pathfinders Website,or the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Website.


Right Sleeve

From top of sleeve to bottom in the following order:

  • Club Name Patch
  • Title Patch* (staff/LITs)
  • Pathfinder Triangle Patch

*Staff & LIT (Leaders in Training) can have their position or title patch here.

Left Sleeve

From top of sleeve to bottom in the following order:

  • Conference Patch
  • Pathfinder Globe Patch
  • Class Chevrons* (optional)

*Class Chevrons are earned by the completion of Pathfinder Classwork.

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Faith in Film: May 9, 2015

Posted on 2015.05.07 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.05.13

We will view Polycarp at 6pm this Saturday in the Woodside Center. Please bring healthy snacks to share.



Please Join us

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Re Creation In Nature

Posted on 2015.04.13 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.05.13

Hike in Nature, Please meet us out there at 3:00pm, bring walking shoes, a camera and a snack or sack dinner.
Our walk takes place at a Bird sanctuary.


From Sacramento, take Hwy 99/70 north, when Hwys 99 and 70 split stay on 99 and cross the Feather river bridge.  Turn right at the second signed street after crossing the bridge – this is Laurel Ave.
From Marysville/Yuba City, take Hwy 99 south to just past the old Dingville sign, turn left on Laurel Ave.
On Laurel Ave., go till you reach an “End” sign. At this point the road turns to dirt and gravel and is over private land. We ask that you slow to five miles per hour from the “End” sign to the parking area to keep the dust down. Continue on until you reach the “Bobelaine Audubon Sanctuary” sign, parking lot, kiosk and metal barn. There is a large color map in the kiosk showing the trails and the three entrances to the sanctuary. Map handouts should be available in the mail box adjacent to the kiosk.
If the gate happens to be open DO NOT DRIVE UP THE LEVEE!  Please park in the parking area.

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Re Creation in Nature March 28, 2015

Posted on 2015.03.19 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.05.13

Hidden Falls Regional Park

Parking is free. It is about 45 minutes from the church.

We will meet us at the park at 3:00 pm.
Take Hwy 80 east to Auburn. Exit Hwy 49 North toward Grass Valley. Drive 2.7 miles north, turn left on Atwood Rd, which becomes Mount Vernon Road after 1.7 miles. Follow Mount Vernon Road 2.6 miles and turn right on Mears Drive. Hidden Falls Regional Park entrance sign is up the hill, on the right.



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Faith in Film April 11, 2015

Posted on 2015.03.19 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.05.13

In the Woodside Center, 6pm

We will be viewing The Song, click  here for more informationthe song.

Bring healthy snacks. Children welcome


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Annual Golf Tournament

Posted on 2015.03.12 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.06.24


Join us APRIL 12 for a day on the golf course and help support SAA!

Sacramento Adventist Academy will hold its annual golf tournament on Sunday, at Morgan Creek Golf Club, in Roseville.  This plans to be a great day of golfing and fellowship and you won’t want to miss it.

Sign-up to play this week.  To sign-up, go to and click on the golf picture registration button or come by the school between 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. MondayThursday and sign-up in the office.  Cost is $115 per player which includes golf, cart, range balls and lunch.  Sign-up on your own or put together a foursome and join us on the course!  For more information, contact Bobby Pena at 916-730-5191

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Faith in Film March 14, 2015

Posted on 2015.03.02 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.06.24

We will be viewing “Breaking the Press.” at 6:00pm

Children welcome
Bring healthy snacks as we watch A contemporary retelling of the parable of the prodigal son set in the world of Texas high school basketball.

Director: Andrew Stevens
Writers: William Langlois (screenplay), Andrew Stevens (screenplay)
Stars: Drew Waters, Farah White, Tom Maden



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Faith in Film Feb 14, 2015

Posted on 2014.12.29 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.05.13


6:00pm in Woodside Center, please bring healthy snacks to share. We will be watching The Ten Commandments PART 2.

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Faith & Film Dec 13: Silent Night

Posted on 2014.12.01 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.05.13

silent night

6:00pm in the Woodside Center. If you are able to bring healthy evening snacks. See Gary E. for more information

In 1818, when Joseph Mohr is assigned to be the new assistant priest in Oberndorf, a small Austrian town near Salzburg, the young man is full of ideas and ideals. His passion to bring the church closer to the common people sets him on a collision course with his new superior Father Noestler. When Mohr organizes a church choir that includes local outcasts and performs in German instead of Latin, Noestler threatens him with disciplinary action. Their relationship further deteriorates when Maria, one of the outcasts, surprisingly joins the performance of the all-male church choir. As Mohr’s initial successes start to crumble and his efforts backfire on him, he loses all hope and faces a trial of faith. The night before Christmas, Mohr has to decide if he will accept defeat and leave Oberndorf or embrace the true significance of the Holy Night. Beautifully filmed on location in Austria, you will be uplifted by this powerful story inspired by the true events leading to the creation of the most popular Christmas carol of all time —Silent Night.

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November 8, Faith and Film

Posted on 2014.10.30 by Rebecca • Updated on 2015.05.13

6:00pm in the Woodside Center. If you are able to bring healthy evening snacks. See Gary E. for more information

A man must cope with the loss of his wife and the obsolescence of his job before finding redemption by becoming a role model to an equally lost 13-year-old. The Last Brickmaker
Can friendship bring purpose and joy to the lives of two unlikely people?  After pouting 57 years of sweat and blook into his family’s brickyard, Henry Cobb’s passion for work is replaced by grief from his wife’s death and fear of automation’s increasing hold on American manufacturing. 
  Movie Trailer


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