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Together, anywhere!

We understand that the coronavirus may keep you from coming to church.  We're re-learning what church, fellowship, and ministry means during this time of the coronavirus.  We can still worship together even though we are apart.  Here's how we're living that out.

Worship / Church Service, Saturdays at 9:10 am (first service masks required) and 11:30 am (second service masks optional):

  • This week's sermon, presented by Aaron Harlock, is "Are we a Jonah?" based on Jonah 1:1-3, which features our fundamental beliefs on The Remnant and its Mission.  Watch us on YouTube or Facebook Live.

  • By phone: just dial the phone number sent to you by the church messaging system and you will be connected to our service by phone.

  • Watch past messages here.

Adult Sabbath School, Saturdays at 10:15 am (masks optional):

Youth/Young Adult Sabbath School, Saturdays at 10:15 am (masks optional)

The children's Sabbath School divisions, Saturdays at 10:15 am (masks optional)

Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays at 6:00 pm(masks optional):

  • Join us Wednesday at 6 pm for Prayer Meeting for praises, prayer, and Bible study.  We will reflect on gospel communication skills based on Luke 10:25-37.  You can join us by coming to the church, calling in, or watching us live.

    • Please, note that starting Wednesday, April 21, we will study Daniel and Revelation with Mark Finley's book, Understanding Daniel and Revelation, available at the Adventist Book Center or on Amazon.  Please, order your book so we can study together!

  • By phone: just dial the phone number sent to you by the church messaging system and you will be connected to our service by phone.

  • By YouTube: just click the YouTube link sent to you by the church messaging system.

Vespers RESUMES IN NOVEMBER, Saturday evenings at 5:30 pm (masks optional):

  • Join us Sabbath evenings for Vespers, a Sabbath closing worship time with singing, praises, prayer requests, and Bible games.  Led by the youth, you can enjoy time together by coming to the church or watching us live.