The Children’s Ministries Department seeks to develop the faith of children from birth through age fourteen, leading them into a loving, serving relationship with Jesus and a commitment to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Resources are produced regularly to nurture the spiritual growth of children, and ongoing leadership training is conducted to equip children’s leaders and teachers to minister effectively to children.
PEAN Women Ministry
PEAN Women Ministry is making a difference in our personal, Family, Community and Cooperate Life. To do this we have the following: Established a partner/buddy system to unite us and keep us encouraged to meet our goal in serving Christ our Savior. By so doing we get to understand each ones struggles and needs and how to help and encourage ourselves and others because we are a family in Christ Jesus.
“Building bridges of hope” is the mission statement of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Communication Department.
We work toward this goal by reaching out to diverse church audiences — both internally and externally — through many avenues of communication.
Creating informative and intuitive web sites, updating social media sites, and writing news stories and press releases are some of the ways we share our message.
Through our work, we foster a clearer image of the church, its mission, activities and witness, so that many will become followers of Christ and members of His church.
The Youth Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church coordinates youth ministry planning and resources between world church regions, and helps youth leaders evaluate and monitor the results of their programming. The department conducts training seminars, workshops, and congresses for both department and specialized ministries in church regions around the world.
The Health Ministries Department serves as a resource for information and counsel on health and temperance affairs and advises the Church and its departments and related agencies on health and/or temperance related policies and programs.
The Health department promotes a healthful lifestyle among church members through literature, programs and Sabbath services, and provides publications, services, and programs to aid outreach to the world concerning the physical, mental and soul-destroying effects of tobacco, alcohol and other substances.
Sabbath School is discipleship through religious education—and so much more. In seeking to meet the spiritual needs of its members, it features emphases in fellowship, outreach, Bible study, and mission and provides a rich spiritual environment in practical, everyday settings. In Sabbath School, there’s something for everyone and everything for you and for people all around you!