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Adult Sabbath School

Every week small groups get together to share what they learned from the lesson and how it has made a difference in their lives.

Adventurer Club

Adventurers is open to children ages 4 to 9 to develop a love for God with parental assistance through Bible Study, nature, community service and camping.

Children's Ministries

The children in our church are not just the future--they are actively included in the ministries of the church today.

Church Clerk

The Church Clerk assists in the smooth operation of the church by maintaining accurate records, membership count and records the church's official business decisions.


Communication is central to every aspect of our local church structure . The communication leader ensures that members are kept informed and the church is properly represented to the public.

Deacon & Deaconess

While in many instances the work of the deacon and deaconess overlap, distinctions will be described. Though deacons have traditionally been men and deaconesses have been women, in some Adventist churches today both men and women serve in both roles.


The local church elders provide spiritual Leadership. He or she must have a good reputation outside and inside the church. The elders lead worship services, nurture and encourage members, and ensure the church thrives. Elders also assist the Pastor by visiting sick, shut in members. Elders: Head Elder Terry Gibson, Elder Colin Cumberbatch , Elder Marylin Mitchel,and Elder William Hyacinth.

Family Ministries

We all belong to a family and no matter who your family is made up of, we want to support you.

Health Ministries

Health Ministries is not only about assisting our members with living healthier, happier lives; it is also about reaching out to the surrounding community.


The Hospitality Department strives to make each person's worship experience meaningful and pleasant. From bulletin distribution to seat assignment, their role ensures order in the sanctuary in addition to caring for new members and coordinating efforts to encourage social fellowship.

Interest Ministry

The prospect care coordinator or interest coordinator is responsible for the below duties: Gather names; make contacts; listen for needs; establish readiness for bible study or ministry; make referrals for a person to grow their spiritual journey and maintain the list of prospects.

Music Ministry

Music Ministry enhances the quality of worship with music to honor and glorify God and proclaim the name of Jesus Christ through song.

Pathfinder Club

The Pathfinder Club is part of a world-wide co-ed scouting type organization sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Personal Ministries

The Personal Ministries Department is responsible for developing resources and providing training to motivate, direct, equip & train church members to unite their efforts with the ministry and church officers in the final proclamation of the gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ.

Single Adult Ministries

Single Adult Ministries is a fellowship that provides the opportunity and encouragement to single adults (whether never married, divorced, or widowed) for getting acquainted with other singles for the purpose of reflecting, discussing issues, studying God’s Word, singing, praying, interacting, resting, traveling, and enjoying God’s great outdoors.

Social Ministries

The most important element in any church social is the people. Join our social committee if you wish to share in the task of planning events, hosting and adding your creativity.


Often thought of as involving only the raising of money, the true ministry of stewardship is helping believers become disciples of Christ in the use of all the resources God has provided. This includes the management of one’s body, material possessions, abilities and time.

Women's Ministries

Women's Ministries provides the opportunity for women to grow spiritually and socially through a network of support groups active in the church.

Youth Ministries

Youth Ministries provides support and encouragement for young people at what can be a most critical part of their Christian experience.