Seventh-Day Adventist Church



Bible study classes are offered for all ages. We call them Sabbath school classes. These classes are offered weekly on Sabbath/Saturday mornings from 10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m..

Adventist Sabbath School work, the general equivalent of Sunday schools of other denominations, began in 1852 when James White wrote the first Sabbath School lessons. A Sabbath keeping former Millerite preacher and one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist church, White organized the first regular Sabbath School. 

From the beginning, Seventh-day Adventist Sabbath Schools have had their own lessons and papers. They are available for all age groups, and many languages. The children’s curriculum is available to the world field. This curriculum stresses four core aspects of the Christian faith: Grace, God’s part in the plan of salvation; Worship, our response to God’s saving initiative; Community, how God’s grace compels us to live together in harmony as the family of God; and Service, the natural response of the true Christian to reach out in soul-winning and service to others.

Ages and Grade Level

Class Name

0-4 (Preschool - Kindergarten) Kindergarten
5-9 (First - Fourth) Primary
10-12 (Fifth - Sixth) Junior
13-14 (Seventh - Eighth)  Earliteens