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What to Expect

 

 

    

Did you know Adventists love the Bible? Our Sabbath School Bible Study includes Cradle Roll, Kindergarten, Primary, Early Teen, Youth, Young Adult, and Adult classes.  Our classes begin Saturday mornings at 9:15 AM. Even our newborns enjoy and engage in a class, all their own. All our children's classes have age appropriate music, in-depth Bible studies, and lessons which complete the entire Bible in 3-5 years. The Sabbath School Quarterlies are freely provided to members and guests. Online quarterlies can also be viewed here for your convenience. Free Bibles are also available, if needed.

Our worship hour at 10:40 AM is much like many other Protestant and Christian denominations. We love our music and you will find that the hymns we sing are many of the same  you may know and love. We delight in coming together on Saturday, God's never-changing Sabbath! We invite you to our weekly visitor meal after the worship hour and to our church-wide fellowship meals once a month.  Take a break from the kitchen and join us!

Midweek on Wednesdays we have what we call Prayer Meeting. We come together for prayer and Bible study for one hour, beginning at 6:30 PM. Again, of course, all are welcome to our group!

The Gettysburg SDA's are involved in many local community outreach programs including, Soup Kitchen, Eden's Way Community Garden, Nursing Home visitations, Vegan and Vegetarian Cooking Schools, Health Fairs, Ruth's Harvest as well as international mission trips, ADRA (disaster relief) and  evangelism.

Gettysburg Adventists are truly blessed to have the Gettysburg Adventist Christian School affiliated with our church. Dr. Rose Gamblin is the director and Principal of the school. You can find out more about our wonderful school, HERE.

We also have socials and other events throughout the year that are enjoyed by all age groups. We try to have something for everyone. Pre-teens and teens enjoy Pathfinders, a worldwide organization of young people sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Young people of any religious persuasion, or none at all, are welcome and encouraged to join. They participate in camping trips and survival skill training, leadership training, community involvement and hundreds of awards (honors), which are bestowed upon those that master skills in recreation, the arts, nature, conservation, vocations and outreach.

Our greatest joy is spreading God's love with our many seminars and evangelistic events throughout the year.

It would give us no greater joy if you would join us at our services and gatherings!

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