|DAY CARE... Miamisburg
Christian Learning Center helps families in the hospital, church, and Miamisburg community
to have loving, safe, Christian care for their precious little ones from ages 2½-5 years
HANDS...The Miamisburg Seventh-day Adventist Church is one of 12
Miamisburg area churches who staff the Miamisburg Helping Hands food bank and provide
financial assistance. Our church staffs the food pantry each September.
||GOOD NEIGHBOR HOUSE...
Miamisburg is one of several Adventist churches in the Dayton area
who co-sponsor Good Neighbor House, an inner city ministry located at 844 South Patterson
Blvd., in Dayton. More volunteer help is always welcome.
MINISTRY... Weekly visits to the county jail provide inspiration to both
the inmates and the visitors from our church.
STUDY...God's Word is studied at various times and places to help come to
a fuller understanding of God's love and plan for us.
Women's Ministry group meets monthly at the church for devotional, motivational,
inspirational, or just plain fellowshipping get-togethers.
MINISTRY... During January and
February, join our volleyball team in the co-ed league created by the
Miamisburg Churches' Sports Ministry. Exercise, fellowship, and get to
know other Christians in the community.
meet occasionally to sing to those who are sick in the hospital, living in the nursing
homes, or located nearby at the retirement community.
On the third Sabbath of each month, a group presents music and inspiration at the
Elm Creek Nursing Home (now named IHS) in West Carrollton.
DINNERS... We share a potluck fellowship dinner monthly, on the first
Sabbath, following the worship service, in the fellowship hall. Visitors are welcome to
of being part of a church family is caring about each other, with phone calls, birthday
cards, how-are-you's, and I-hope-you're-feeling-better's.
||BIBLE STUDY... Personal
Bible studies are available for those who are interested in learning more about God's plan
for our lives. Send message to Webmaster on page 1, or contact the pastor.
Miamisburg Seventh-day Adventist Church has a strong tradition of the importance of
"family." Jesus had a special place on his knee for the children, and our church
wishes to help children grow in the love of God, too. From our Sabbath School classes to
the children's stories at church and their participating in music and other parts of the
service and church life, we value the younger members of our church family.
EDUCATION... Our church family believes strongly in Christian education and
helps sponsor several students each year to Spring Valley Academy where they can learn and
grow scholastically and in their Christian life. Individuals can participate by
contributing to the "Worthy Student Fund."
evening Bible studies are held at the Sycamore Glen Retirement Community for both our
members and the Glen residents who wish to share together in midweek worship. Church
service at Sycamore Glen is conducted by our church the first Sabbath of each month at
2:30 pm (with other churches coordinating the afternoon church program on other Sabbaths).
Pathfinder Club is a church-centered recreational-spiritual program for boys and girls
in grades 4-8. Dedicated to meeting the social, physical, and spiritual development needs of
junior and teen youth, the club offers action, adventure, and group activities. It
challenges the Pathfinder to experience a personal relationship with Christ, creates a
sense of achievement and responsibility, develops respect for God's creations, including
his fellowman, produces team spirit and loyalty to the church.
Our hospitality outreach provides opportunities for fellowship and friendship. We
want those who enter our doors to feel our care and love, as well as get to know our own
church family better. The Hospitality Ministry focuses on hosting visitors for meals when
potlucks are not planned, arranging for flowers to be given to those who are ill,
providing food to homes during protracted illness.
4:32 MINISTRY... Have you wished you could provide financial help to
someone who had encountered a sudden unexpected emergency? Discover a problem in time to
help a friend rather than learn about it too late? Receive help when you had a need
concerning minor plumbing, carpentry, auto repair, etc., when you were short of finances?
Refer a friend to a helpful resource when you were unable to help with the need? The Acts
4:32 Ministry puts HELP together with NEEDS.