Service Times

 

Every Saturday

8:30 am - 1st Worship Service

9:45 am - Sabbath School

11:00 am - 2nd Worship Service

 

228 W. Lexington Ave.

Fort Wayne, IN 46807

Telephone (260) 745-1594

May 2015
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

Login Form



Please click on the link below to participate or volunteer for our Vacation Bible School program this summer.


Sign up Here

 

Sign up here.

 

 
How Another Educator Looks at Our School
Written by Mark Haynal   

“I thoroughly love coming to Aboite Christian School (ACS). The caring, one-on-one attention students get here is just unbeatable. The teachers know what their students need not just academically, but spiritually and socially, too.” You might expect a satisfied parent or student to say something like this, but these are the sentiments of Luann Hallberg, a public school teacher who works for Fort Wayne Community Schools.

 

Read more...
 
A Refuge for Refugees
Written by Ramon Ulangca   

According to the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, over the past couple of years, some 1,500 Burmese refugees have resettled in Fort Wayne, adding to the estimated 5,000 already here and bringing the total number of Burmese people in this city to approximately 6,500, surpassing the population of many Indiana towns. With the majority of refugees jobless and poor, especially in this economy, the potential for a humanitarian crisis is real indeed. In the face of this challenge, the Fort Wayne Seventh-day Adventist Church has not stood idly by.

 

Read more...
 
The Sign
Written by Judith Yeoman   
Church Sign

Visit Fort Wayne Church on Sabbath morning and you will discover a special class for guests and friends with questions about Christianity, Scripture and the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The class prepares people for baptism, disciples them afterward and provides a safe place for “vacationers” considering a return to church. The teacher is Ramon Ulangca, pastor of this growing congregation who believes, “It takes about two years for new people to integrate into a church.”


Recently, Steve Poenitz, ministerial director for the Indiana Conference, joined the group of about 15 people as they sat around the table and shared their personal testimonies. “I was amazed,” says Steve. “These precious [individuals] passionately told their stories of coming to Christ.”

Read more...