We long for the soon coming of our Lord and use the following ministries to grow in faith and share the gospel.
The Sabbath School program is a Bible-based small group study held each week. Our goal is to nurture the spiritual growth of our members and visitors who join us for fellowship and study.
We seek to develop the faith of children from birth through age fourteen, leading them into a loving, serving relationship with Jesus. Our church offers classes for children every Sabbath (Saturday) as well as an Adventures and Pathfinders club.
Personal Ministries focuses on training our church family to be effective messengers of the Gospel. We also provide opportunities and resources for members to share their faith with others.
Deacons and Deaconesses
Both the deacon and deaconess ministries respectively focus on caring for the congregation and physical church plant and assisting in weekly church services as well as communion services.
We work both internally and externally to foster a clearer image of the church, its mission, activities, and witness so that many will become followers of Christ.
The technology ministry enhances our worship services through audio and visual mediums. We also aim to support the technical needs which occur throughout the church building.
We seek to help our children learn to love and honor God through support and encouragement.
Our family life team seeks to enrich and support our entire church through events, prayer, and by leading by example.
Our health department promotes a healthy lifestyle among church members and within our community. Each week, we provide informational health nuggets and hold regular events with an emphasis on health.
The religious liberty ministry serves as a resource to help our members and visitors understand their religious freedoms. Our church provides religious liberty emphasis days, mission spotlights, and Bible studies.
Men's and Women’s Ministries
Both the men's and women's ministries departments respectively focus on the unique spiritual, emotional, physical, and social needs of the men and women in our church community.
Our hospitality department provides healthy plant-based meals for special events and coordinates catering for requested events.
We run a community shop and aim to extend the character of Christ by offering support to those in need.
Services are held in Spanish each week and for prayer meetings.
Please, see our calendar of events to learn about what we’re doing in the community and within our church family.
*Ministry information adapted from the South Eastern Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.