Sabbath School

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Sabbath School
To bring people to Christ through Spirit-filled, Bible-centered programs by providing an atmosphere where persons with different capacities, skills, backgrounds, interests, knowledge and experience can gain insight into the Good News of salvation and grow spiritually.

Ministry description:
The Sabbath School is the primary religious education system of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and has four purposes: study of the Scriptures, fellowship, community outreach, and world mission emphasis.  Every week small groups get together to share what they learned from the lesson and how it has made a difference in their lives.
Our Sabbath School fellowship begins at 9:15 a.m. The program consists of singing, inspirational thoughts, mission stories, and special features. After the opening program, adults, youth (14-17), juniors (age 10-11) and earliteens (age 12-13) divide into their separate classes.  Classes for children between the ages of 0-9 begin immediately at 9:15 a.m. in the lower hall of the church.
There are five adult classes, a youth class, a junior class, an earliteen class, and several children’s classes. For our study and discussions we use the Bible and the Sabbath School Quarterly. The quarterly is issued each quarter and it consists of 13 lessons.  Each lesson divided into seven days and each day we study the designated topic. Each class has a teacher who leads the discussion on Sabbath based on the lesson study for that week.
Sabbath school classes are the heartbeat of our church community. You are invited to join us as each week we spend time learning from the Scriptures and from each other.
Leader: Natacha Louis   (click on the name to contact the leader)

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