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Lives Are Changed at Two SCC Evangelistic Series

This March, Canoga Park Community church and Whittier church hosted month-long evangelistic series. In preparing for the series, the churches hosted health cooking classes. Whittier church also held a 24-hour prayer vigil. Throughout the series, topics presented included salvation, the blessing of the Sabbath, what happens when we die and is there hope after death. Before and during both series, church members worked together with Bible workers from SOULS West who...

Church and School Partnership a Model for Growth in Simi Valley

On February 2 and 3, Larry Blackmer, Ph.D., the Vice President for Education for the North American Division (NAD), visited Simi Valley Adventist School (SVAS). According to Blackmer, the reason for his visit was because of the very strong relationship between SVAS and Simi Valley church. “The school and church have united in a partnership that has helped...

Saniku East West Language School: Mission First

Forty-nine years ago, forward-thinking members of the Japanese Seventh-day Adventist Churches in the Southern California Conference (SCC) began the Saniku East West Language School as a church-sponsored education ministry. Its primary market continues to be children of Japanese business executives whose corporations post them here in Southern California for two to five years. This evangelistic (99 percent...

 

Events

April 26, 2018
Speakers: Dr. Neil Nedley, Don Makintosh and Tony Moore. Registration: $150 (Adults), includes meals. $120 (Children ages 3-12), includes meals. Booths: $250/space ($400 for 2 spaces). Convention registration, booths, meal tickets and lodging options: http://bit.ly/registerasi2018.
April 26, 2018 6:30 PM
Mondays & Thursdays. Delicious, plant-based meals provided. “The McDougall Program” textbook and workbook provided. $199/person. Info: 310-214-3123, www.southbaychurch.net.
April 27, 2018
Honor Classes 3’s and 8’s. Welcome reception: Friday, 7 p.m. La Sierra Academy Library. Sabbath services: Registration, 9 a.m. and homecoming service, 10 a.m. La Sierra Academy Gym. Potluck, campus tours, reunions and varsity basketball. Please update contact info: JNelson@lsak12.com;...
Honor Classes 3’s and 8’s. Welcome reception: Friday, 7 p.m. La Sierra Academy Library. Sabbath services: Registration, 9 a.m. and homecoming service, 10 a.m. La Sierra Academy Gym. Potluck, campus tours, reunions and varsity basketball. Please update contact info: JNelson@lsak12.com; www.lsak12.com; alumni office at 951-351-1445, ext. 244.
April 27, 2018
The North American Religious Liberty Association is leaving Washington, D.C. this year and bringing its annual Religious Liberty Summit to Southern and Southeastern California in search of justice! Christ-like justice. The kind that, in the very same moment, espouses mercy.

In venues...
The North American Religious Liberty Association is leaving Washington, D.C. this year and bringing its annual Religious Liberty Summit to Southern and Southeastern California in search of justice! Christ-like justice. The kind that, in the very same moment, espouses mercy.

In venues across Southern California, you'll hear from and dialog with a variety of presenters on topics ranging from homelessness and human trafficking to the polarization of society, the global refugee crisis, and religious freedom.

You'll have the opportunity to train in hands-on grassroots advocacy efforts. To learn more, visit: www.churchstate.org and
www.facebook.com/NARLAfreedom. We'll update these pages regularly.

Are you ready to Do Justice?
Sabbath, April 28: “Doing Justice”
Hollywood Spanish SDA Church
657 W. 18th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Guest speaker: Lincoln Steed. Steed is the editor of Liberty magazine a 200,000 Circulation religious liberty journal which is distributed to political leaders, judiciary, lawyers and other thought leaders in North America and, through the
International Religious Liberty Association, to a larger international audience. He has traveled extensively promoting temperance and religious liberty issues as Associate Director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the North American Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day
Adventists.

Sunday, April 29: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Glendale Adventist Academy Auditorium
Doing Justice: Advocacy 101
Learn how to be an effective advocate and agent for change.

Info: 818-546-8405