School Information

What to Bring

Bible, Hymnbook, Praise the Lord songbook, study aids, notebook, and pen/pencil for use in classes.

Bedding and towels are supplied.

If you play a musical instrument or have other artistic talents you would like to share, please let us know by submitting a volunteer form with your registration.

Planning Your Trip


Rooms will not be ready for check-in until 4:00 pm or later on Sunday so plan your arrival accordingly.
Dinner on Sunday will be at 6:00 pm followed by the Sunday Memorial Service.

Driving directions:
Menucha is 22 miles east of Portland.
Take I-84 to Corbett, Exit 22.
Drive up Corbett Hill Road to Scenic Hwy.
Turn left; drive 1-1/4 miles east to the Menucha entrance on the left.
A winding driveway leads to Menucha.
See the map at the Menucha Conference Center website

Menucha Conference Center
38711 E. Historic Columbia River Highway
Corbett, OR 97019
Phone: (503) 695-2243


The bible school ends on Saturday morning. We share breakfast and one final assembly together before packing up and heading out.


Volunteers are needed to baby sit during the morning classes. WCBS will attempt to provide a paid babysitting service for the morning classes if at all possible, but we need to have volunteers in advance in case we are unable to hire someone. (See Volunteer form.)

Tabitha Bazaar

A collection of handmade or donated items will be sold to raise funds for WCBS.  Everyone can help by making, donating, working, or buying.

Suggested items include: Bible/hymnbook cases or covers, quiet activity books for children, sewn items like place mats or small quilts, paintings, crotchet and knit items, head coverings, cards, wood items, bath products, etc.  Start working now; July will be here soon!

School Rules

We follow the Golden Rule as laid out by Jesus and recorded in Matthew 7:12 “In everything, do to others what you would have them do to you”. We also follow the Platinum Rule: “Treat others how they wish to be treated”, which acknowledges that everyone may not wish to be treated in the same way.

In all regards, we want to make bible school a place where people feel comfortable and safe. All clothing choices should be made with respect toward others in mind. Everyone is to wear clothing appropriate for classes, meals, assemblies, or recreational activities.

We respectfully ask that sport or leisure attire be worn only during the recreation periods and that bare skin be limited to the legs and arms. Swimsuits should only be worn in the swimming area. Please, no bikinis, speedos, or otherwise abbreviated suits.

Please do not bring or consume alcohol or marijuana while at the bible school. There may be people around you who struggle with addiction or otherwise avoid these items.

If you plan to use electronic devices (mobile phones, tablets, laptop computers, etc.) while at bible school, please be sure that the sound is turned off so as not to distract other attendees.

In all things, please employ the Golden and Platinum Rules when considering what you pack.

“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit.
Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests
but each of you to the interests of the others.”
Philippians 2:3-4