One member advised us that we should encourage our young people to be scientists - our teachings are so valuable that we recognise the need to share them with people who work in many scientific fields
Seventh-day Adventists are renowned for their 'Health Message'. We also care about the health of the community around us - so we run 'Health Expo's' and teach good health practices
Church is - people
The church is people. We are a multi-national church joined by a common faith.
Our children are special to us. Pastor Patricia Douglas joined us for a special 'coming of age' celebration. The children enjoyed learning that God is a great Potter, and we choose to be moulded by Him.
Music is important to us
A normal Sabbath morning will always include music - usually with special items from singers or musicians. The talent is abundant. God indeed gives gifts
The first service on a Sabbath morning is a Bible study time we call 'Sabbath School'. All ages take part. The adult classes are stimulating discussions based on themes found in the Bible.
Our children benefit from Adventurers and Pathfinders. They go camping, learn skills and develop relationships with each other and God in a really safe environment
Seventh-day Adventist beliefs are meant to permeate your whole life. Growing out of scriptures that paint a compelling portrait of God, you are invited to explore, experience and know the One who desires to make us whole.