Welcome to the University Parkway SDA Church in Pensacola, Florida. We are a Christian community and would love to have you visit with us at the weekly Sabbath Services.

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The Blog for this week:

What do you do because of Love?

 

Sabbath School classes

We have two 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.)

 

The Sanctuary is Open for Live-audience attendance.

Sabbath School begins at 9:45 a.m. 

Worship Service begins at 10:50 a.m.

Please follow the latest CDC guidelines.

 

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.

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Visit our About Us page to learn more.

Pastor Robert Meneses
University Parkway SDA Church

 

 

Ministry Minute

 

Lost Sheep

 

Sheep may wander away from the flock and then cannot find their way back unless the shepherd helps.

 

You know the story that Jesus told.

 

What does that have to do with me?

“I’m not a shepherd!” you may protest.

 

Perhaps God needs you to develop some Shepherd Skills.

 

Do you know a member of the church who is not in church on Sabbath?

 

Did you, at one time, have a pretty good relationship with that Non-Attending Member?

 

Listen carefully and you will likely hear the Spirit whispering, “Go! Find my lost sheep!”

 

What skills does a shepherd need?

1. Care. Care whether or not the sheep is getting the right pasture for nourishment.

2. Relationship. Developing a relationship with a person for whom you care is not difficult.

3. Search until you find. Keep reaching out with friendship and concern.

4. Escort the “Found Sheep” back into the fold.

5. Rejoice with Heaven over each sheep that is safely in the fold.

 

Many lost sheep were injured before they wandered.

Take along your First Aid Kit as you search.

Be sure that it is filled with promises and assurances from God.

 

Be prepared to Rejoice over the Lost Sheep that is found.