Formally called Sabbath School, we meet in various age groups (called departments) to study the Bible in an age-appropriate manner. We begin at 9:30AM with a brief introduction for the day, and then separate into classes for study. Below is a list of our current Sabbath School Classes:
- Beginners (Ages 0-4)
- Kindergarten (Ages 4-6) / Primary (Ages 6-9)
- Juniors (Ages 10-15)
- Youth (Ages 15-20)
- Young Adults (Ages 21-35)
- Adult Class (Sanctuary)
- Senior Adult Disussion Class (Library)
- Women’s Class (Family Room)
Our church helps prepare food and serve at the food kitchens here in St. Joseph.
Under Youth Ministries, youth are to work together, in cooperation with the wider church community, towards the development of a strong youth ministry that includes spiritual, mental, and physical development of each individual, Christian social interaction, and an active witnessing program that supports the general soul-winning plans of the church. The goal of AYM should be to involve all youth in activities that will lead them to active church membership and train them for Christian service.
We belong to God, body, soul, and spirit. It is therefore our religious duty to observe the laws of health, both for our own well-being and happiness and for more efficient service to God and society.
Working with local jails and prisons to bring the message of God to inmates.
We run a low-power FM radio station (KLHM-LP FM 100.7) here in St. Joseph. Currently, we air 3ABN radio but are making plans to have local programming in the future.
We gather our men together for times of worship, prayer, and service.
Sharing a burden for women’s ministry and concerns, helping balance perspectives, encouraging other women to cultivate their spiritual gifts, and an ability to work well with women in the church.
The public affairs and religious liberty (PARL) department promotes and maintains religious liberty, with particular emphasis upon liberty of conscience. Religious liberty includes the human right to have or adopt the religion of one’s choice, to change religious belief according to conscience, to manifest one’s religion individually or in community with fellow believers, in worship, observance, practice, witness, and teaching, subject to respect for the equivalent rights of others.
The communication department promotes the use of a sound program of public relations and all contemporary communication techniques, sustainable technologies, and media in the promulgation of the gospel.