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Who We Are


The First Church of Seventh-day Adventists is a community of believers who confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. In continuity with the people of God in Old Testament times, we are called out from the world; and we join together for worship, for fellowship, for instruction in the Word, for the celebration of the Lord's Supper, for service to all mankind, and for the worldwide proclamation of the gospel.

In faithfulness to our mission, we come in worship and leave to serve. Wholistic ministry is our vision as we strive to emulate the command of Jesus to help the "least of these." Our aim is to be a lighthouse to our community. In communion with the Father, Jesus our Savior and Elder Brother, and the Holy Spirit, as our Comforter, we can do all things.

In addition to our aim, our goal is to positively affect the quality of life of our members and visitors in such a way that when we appear before the judgment bar, our Savior and Judge will be so satisfied with our stewardship that He will say to us "Well done, thou good and faithful servant."

We invite you to prayerfully and seriously consider joining this people of God if you share our mission, vision, aim, and goal. God does indeed have a plan for your life and perhaps being used by Him to further His kingdom includes you doing His will through this fellowship.

To be recognized, by “Public Opinion” as Christian Believers who care in meaningful ways for God, Self, and Others.

To Affect the Spiritual, Mental, and Physical Well-being of its Members and its Communities by Sharing and Preaching the Good News of Empowerment (Matthew 28:18-20; Luke 19:10; John 10:10).

  • To promote a nurturing environment for human development by honest communication and holistic programming.
  • To educate, train, and empower members to grow in grace and knowledge of God by sharing Jesus’ commission to go, teach, disciple, and baptize unbelievers.
  • To demonstrate the love of Christ by developing and performing relevant and need-based services to its members and communities.
  • To provide Biblical teaching that will affect ethical and moral living and prepares people for the Second Advent of Jesus Christ.