A Message from Pastor Shane: We Are Reopening! What to Expect When You Visit
Outdoor Worship Service Now Available!
Beginning June 20, 2020, we will be offering an in-person, outdoor worship service that YOU can attend (weather permitting). Click HERE to get all the details!
Our Sabbath morning worship service will be live streamed on this page (scroll down) and our YouTube channel. But many of our other meetings – including our Sabbath School classes – will be held online via ZOOM. Here’s a schedule of those meetings, and how to join them.
- 9:00 AM – Most of our Sabbath School Classes (these are Bible study classes for adults of all levels of Bible experience) can be found online here.
- 10:15 AM – Online worship service begins live in the window below!
- 11:45 AM – Outdoor/in-person worship service begins at SVAE. Click HERE for details!
Missed a VTR Meeting?
Valley Tent Revival (VTR) 2020 was a success! Did you miss a meeting that you’d still like to see? Be sure to check out VTR’s website to find all the archived VTR meetings.
Your First Visit
Visiting a new church can make you nervous, can’t it? You’re not sure where to go, and don’t know anyone yet. But good news: We all used to be first-time guests, too! And once the coronavirus restrictions are lifted, please come visit us in person. Find out What to Expect When You Visit.
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WANT TO WATCH OUR SERVICES LIVE?
A Note From Pastor Shane:
Thanks for visiting our website. We’d love to have you visit our church, as well, both online and at our outdoor/in-person worship service! You’ll find that our church is purposely different for several reasons. I’ll share two of them now.
First, we are purposely different in that we are thrilled to be Seventh-day Adventist Christians. Seventh-day Adventists have much in common with other Protestant churches, and we joyfully cherish those similarities. But we also have some key differences that we think you’ll find profoundly attractive. Click on the “Media” and “Study” tabs above to find out more!
Second, we are passionate about being a truly cross-generational Christian community. All generations are welcome on our campus, and young and old and all those in between work together here to know Jesus better and to make Him known. With all generations represented – including more than 300 young people under the age of 19 during the school year – our congregation truly is unlike any other in the Shenandoah Valley.
Come and join us! You, too, can be a part of our unique, cross-generational family!
Dr. Shane Anderson,