At Aylesbury Seventh Day Adventist Church, we believe that the  Sabbath School is the key religious education system of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. 

The Sabbath School has many purposes but chief amongst them are:

– study of God’s Word,

–  fellowship with other church members,

– reaching the community through engaging and inclusive programmes

– emphasising the world global mission of the Seventh Day Adventist Chuch.

We welcome all people to our Sabbath School sessions. Regardless of whether you are a member of the church or not, we believe that study of scripture should be open and accessible – a principle that Christ espoused. 

Sabbath School Classes at Aylesbury Seventh Day Adventist Church meet weekly on the Sabbath (Saturday) , from 9:45 a.m. to the 11:00 a.m. In class we study God’s Word with the help of age-appropriate Bible study guides which are available in print and online. We encourage lively debate and discussion and welcome different views as we examine them through the lense of scripture – the divine word of God.

The sabbath School believes in including all members in leading out and contributing and also encouraging everyone to focus on Jesus first and foremost. The Sabbath School team sincerely believe that through the ageny of the Holy Spirit working in our team we are able to:

– Educate members on spiritual, practical and social issues

–  Win Souls for Christ

– Bring members closer to each other and foster unity in our diversity

 

Aylesbury Seventh Day Adventist Church also has programmes specific to children from the cradle up to the age of 16.

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