EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
We are always delighted when we have guests, and would be glad to have an opportunity to fellowship with you after our services. If you are visiting us or are new to our church family, we would love to have you stay after our Sabbath services for lunch.
The Fellowship Hall and kitchen are still available for small groups (i.e. Sabbath School class, ministry team, elder groups, etc.) to utilize on the other Sabbath afternoons. Please contact Alyse to sign up and reserve a Sabbath.
Conference Details & Overview
The “Wholistic Healing: Challenges and Opportunities for the Church” conference addresses fundamental health and healing issues the church is facing today, like mental, emotional, social and family health, and much more. Therefore, while God is constantly working to heal people on the deepest level, His healing power calls the church to wholeness in our brokenness.
A comprehensive approach to wholistic healing is based on the biblical understanding of health principles and supported by inspired revelation. “Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers" (3 John 2) is a message for everyone. While we are informed about the beautiful truth of the healing ministry by which people can be restored to wholeness, it is time to embrace it wholeheartedly and start practicing it daily.
Dates: October 12–14, 2023
Registration: Required at https://www.andrews.edu/sem/conferences/wholistic/
Zoom option: Available for registered guests who live outside the Berrien Springs area.
In-person Location: Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, 4145 E Campus Circle Dr, Berrien Springs, Michigan 49104-1500
Sponsored by: Adventist Health Ministries at the General Conference, AdventHealth, Andrews University, Kettering Health, Loma Linda University and Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary
On the 4th Sabbath of each month invite someone to your home for lunch to get to know them better! Invitation Cards are located at each entrance and by the Sanctuary doors. “Share a meal...make a friend”