Welcome to the University Parkway Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Pensacola, Florida.

We can help you understand the Bible to find Freedom, Healing, and Hope in Jesus.

We are a Christian community and would love to have you visit with us at the weekly Sabbath Services.

Click this link to send a message to us.

 

The Sermon Series <Keys to Bible Prophecy Brings Hope> is now complete (10 Sermons) at our YouTube Channel:  Click Here

 

The Blog for this week:

Innovation Is More

"Sometimes Innovation is in my understanding of the work."

 

Sabbath School classes

We have four adult discussion groups :

>One in the Sanctuary in the Organ-side pews;

>One in the first classroom down the East hall. (On the piano side classroom hallway.)

>One in the second classroom down the East hall. (On the piano side classroom hallway.) This new group is focused on ministry to those 20-30(something) years old.

>One in the classroom off the West hallway toward the Gym.

Children's Sabbath School Groups are in classrooms along the West hallway toward the gym.

The Church is Open for Live-audience Attendance.

Sabbath School begins at 9:45 a.m. 

Worship Service begins at 10:50 a.m.

Please be respectful within our Community of Faith.

 

You can connect with our Streamed service from our church website: https://www.universitypkwy.org/live-stream

 

or Directly from Livestream at

https://livestream.com/universityparkwaysdachurch

 

The text of the  Adult Sabbath School Lessons is placed on Face Book daily, early in the morning. Here is the Link.

Our Facebook page is updated regularly.

 

Offerings and Tithes may be submitted through our website: https://adventistgiving.org/#/org/ANTGIV/envelope/start

 

Stay safe. God is still in control!

Join us for Bible study, worship, and prayer.

Make this Your Home Church.

Join Us This Sabbath.

 

 

Visit our About Us page to learn more.

Pastor Robert Meneses
University Parkway SDA Church

 

 

Ministry Minute

 

Attendance Ministry -Part 1

 

Did you ever think that your presence in church is a ministry?

Listen:

We sustain a loss when we neglect the privilege of associating together to strengthen and encourage one another in the service of God. The truths of His word lose their vividness and importance in our minds. Our hearts cease to be enlightened and aroused by their sanctifying influence, and we decline in spirituality. In our association as Christians we lose much by lack of sympathy with one another. He who shuts himself up to himself is not filling the position that God designed he should. The proper cultivation of the social elements in our nature brings us into sympathy with others and is a means of development and strength to us in the service of God.”

 

God came to His garden for a visit, and the members were not in the usual place of meeting.

God called out, “Where are you?”

 

As was true for Adam and Eve in the opening sentences, God desires to meet with us. Not just for His pleasure. But because the human psyche needs the stimuli of “associating together to strengthen and encourage one another in the service of God.

 

In addition, the members, not just the ones staying home, but all of the members “sustain a loss” due to the disuse of the privilege.

 

-To Be Continued next week-