Welcome to Our Church!
PARKING ALERT! For years, the high school across the intersection let us use their lot for Sabbath morning overflow. But now they're undergoing major renovation, and that lot is gone--and there's no side-of-the-street parking anywhere near the church! The good news is that the Neighborhood Church, seven blocks north, is letting us use the south section of their lot for our overflow. It's a mere six-minute walk (the pastor can do it in 5:15!), and you don't have to cross any streets, just a few driveways. We're already asking our members to park there, and several are. So if you arrive at our church and all spaces happen to be full, drop your family off and head north seven blocks. The lot is on your left. Bring an umbrella for sprinkly Sabbaths. CLICK HERE for a helpful map!
READ “Mountain Mirror," Pastor Maylan Schurch's October 11 sermon on Matthew 5, 6 and 7. Learn four spine-tingling but truly encouraging qualities of the Heavenly Father. (Click text to read the sermon. Sorry, the audio is not available.)
READ "The Malachi Malaise," Pastor Maylan Schurch's October 4 sermon. The book of Malachi is unique--a long dialogue between God and His people. Check your spiritual health against the two "symptoms" God discovered in the people He was originally addressing. (Click text to read the sermon. NOTE: You'll need to scroll down past the sermon currently on top, "Mountain Mirror."-- The audio for "Malachi Malaise" should be uploaded shortly.)
DAILY PHOTO PARABLE--Wednesday, October 22, 2014 -- "Strength In God" by Darren Milam. "Most of time, when I sit down to write one of these photo parables, I attempt to get the right image for the right write-up. I get inspiration from something I’ve recently experienced or discussed with someone. Sometimes my inspiration is from the image I find. This one however, came directly from scripture . . . ." (Click here to read more)
NEW! HOW TO USE OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR! Our online event calendar is at the top right of this home page.Here's how to use it. (1) Click on any faint-blue highlighted date on that calendar, such as Wednesday. (2) Once you're there, click on the underlined word "Calendar" at the upper right. That gives you the view of the whole current month. (3) Once you're in the current-month view you'll see that above the "Sun" (Sunday) column there are left-pointing and right-pointing triangles side-by-side. Click on the left one to see the previous month, and on the right one to see the following month. (4) Often, by clicking on an event in the calendar, you'll be able to see additional information about that event.
WHEN'S POTLUCK? Our potluck fellowship dinners, which are totally vegetarian, happen the first and third Saturdays of each month, following the worship service.
LET'S GROW HEALTHY! Click on the above icon, or click here, to go to a web page where you'll see a series of short, power-packed health tips.
NEW FEATURE! CHURCH BULLETINS ONLINE! If you missed church and would like to keep up on the latest news about church activities, go to the Main Menu at the upper left of this page, and click on "Bulletins Online." Or just click here.
BIBLE READING PLAN -- This year Pastor Maylan is encouraging you to read your Bible through! Each week he preaches, he will present a message based on a passage from within that week's reading. His year-long sermon series will be called "Near the Heart of God," and will seek to discover the true heart of the Almighty within the Bible's sometimes tempestuous events. Click here for the Bible reading plan and more information about the series.
WOULD YOU LIKE a brief, Christ-centered summary of what Adventists believe? See What We Believe. Want late-breaking Adventist and other Christian news? For the Adventist News Network, click: http://news.adventist.org and for the Adventist Review click: http://www.adventistreview.org
CHILD SAFETY POLICY-- The Bellevue church has established a no-attendance policy for registered sex offenders which includes all church-sponsored events. For more information, go to www.bellevueadventist.org/childsafety