Our day of worship is Saturday, which is called the Sabbath. Services typically start at 9:15am and consists of two sections, Sabbath School and Divine Hour.
SABBATH SCHOOL. This is a time when classes are offered for more in-depth Bible study, open group discussions, Christian fellowship for the adults and songs. Bible stories and activities are provided for the various age groups.
DIVINE HOUR. This is the time when the sermon is delivered by the church pastor, a visiting minister or a church leader. For those of our friends who cannot make it to a full Sabbath celebration, we encourage you not to miss this part of the service!
During the week we provide opportunity for strengthening your Christian experience and fellowship with these options. These services typically start at 7:00 p.m and 7:15 pm respectively.
SUNDAY EVENING. Usually an evangelistic type of service. It varies from church to church. Visit a church near you for more information on start times and service content.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. This is the time for spiritual refreshing,and service focus is on prayer.
OPEN AIR SERVICES. These are services held within the community. It is an engaging event where community members are invited to stand or sit and just be a part of.
CRUSADE SERVICES. Join us for These are services held within the community. It is an engaging event where community members are invited to stand or sit and just be a part of.
Whether raised as a Seventh-day Adventist, a member of another faith or in a non-religious environment, the steps to becoming a Seventh-day Adventist are all about the same.
Jesus Christ accepts all people despite their circumstances. You are never too unworthy to become a Christian. When you believe in Him and allow His teachings and His love to influence you, you will experience a positive transformation in your life.
Baptism is a symbol of your decision to accept Jesus' teachings and His gift of eternal life. You are declaring you accept Jesus died on the cross for your sins.
Baptism involves the physical immersion of your body under water. It is a symbol of a new life. Accepting Jesus as your Savior does not mean you have immunity from pain and suffering. It does mean you will always have a Friend to help you endure pain and suffering. Once baptized, you will become a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
If you have already been baptized by immersion in another Christian denomination you may become a member of one of our churches by a simple declaration of your personal faith in Jesus Christ, and your desire to become an active member. You may begin that process by calling the church office and asking for the Church Clerk, who will guide you through the process.
If you hold membership in the Adventist Church in another location and want to establish your membership at a church in our conference, you may do so by transferring your membership. You may begin the process by filling out a Transfer of Membership form and submitting to the local church clerk.