Our Mission Statement
"To carry out the spiritual, mental, physical, and social needs of our church and community by following the example of Jesus' love and truth,
as taught in the Bible."
Welcome to the Grand Prairie Seventh-Day
Join us every Saturday as we open the doors of
the church at 9:05 AM for early morning worship.
At 9:30 AM is when we break for the Bible Study
Groups. Our Worship Service begins at 11:00 AM.
We believe that Jesus is coming soon, as such we teach what is known
as the "Three Angel's Message" which is found in Revelation 14:6-10.
As a church family we're striving to become an effective witness and fit
citizens for His Kingdom. With the help of the Holy Spirit, we learn to
grow into His likeness so we can reflect God's love to those around us.
Want to be involved? There are a lot of opportunities to share your
talents as a part of one of the ministries of our church. We invite you
to visit us and consider us when looking for a church home.
For directions to the church Click Here.
We have a fellowship lunch for our visitors and members
on the second Saturday/Sabbath of each month.
April 19 - 25, 2014
Wednesday night Bible study: we will continue with chapter 10 (The Work and the Life) in “Steps to Christ.” We meet at 7:15 p.m. and encourage you to join us at God’s Vineyard.
We would like to thank all those that donated, helped, and came to shop at the yard sale last week benefiting community services. Many new friends were made, along with opportunity for outreach and witnessing to the community!
To The Head Deacon and All Elders:
There will be an elders meeting April 24th at Yes Buffet at 980 West Pioneer Parkway in Grand Prairie from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Elders are encouraged to bring their spouses. A short welcome and prayer will precede our meal after which there will be a lecture on visitation in the home, hospital, and hospice environments. Each couple will be expected to pay for their meal. The cost is about $8 per person. The food is very good. Any questions? Give me a call at 972-263-4020, and we hope to see you there! Willard.
Early pioneers in the Seventh-day Adventist church recognized the need and potential for believers to fellowship together around the Word of God, and to band together for service. The worldwide Sabbath School organization of today is the outgrowth of more than a century of prayerful study and experience on the part of Sabbath School workers. The first Sabbath Schools were independent units, sustaining no relationship with one another. This was as early in our denominational history as 1853 to 1855. Not until 1870, and the years following, did a single organization develop, with a superintendent and teachers for various classes according to age.
Did You Know?
Hippocrates the Father of Modern Medicine has rules for staying healthy
The first rule: Those who walked more stayed well longer.