Sabbath School in the Adventist Church started back in 1853 in upstate New York and now has an estimated 14 million believers. The adult Sabbath School program is made up of fellowship, community outreach, Bible study and foreign mission. We study our Bible along with the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide in a small group setting. Find a church near you.
Additional Sabbath School resources:
A few resources to help you in leading or participating in adult Sabbath School at your local church.
This program includes labels from canned Worthington, Loma Linda and Caroline's. Atlantic Natural Foods will pay 25 cents per label collected.
Do not send labels to the conference office. Your church is responsible for keeping the labels for one year. You may discard labels after March 1 of the following year.
This program includes labels from canned Worthington, Loma Linda and Caroline's. Atlantic Natural Foods will pay 25 per label collected.
The Label Investment Program provides all members an easy way to participate in raising funds for mission projects through their local church. All they need to do is save the labels from items they are purchasing anyway!
The monies reimbursed for labels collected are used to help fund North American Division Mission Projects.
To participate in this program, you will fill out the Heritage Health Foods Church Report Form (PDF) and turn it in to the local conference office end of each quarter to the attention of Trish Ballard, Ministerial and Sabbath School, 19800 Oatfield Road, Gladstone OR 97027.
Please review and follow the Guidelines on the form to receive funds for the worthy project chosen.
Questions? Call Heritage Health Foods at (888) 237-0807.
The NORPAC label redemption program includes labels from Flav-R-Pac, Santiam and Westpac. Your church can participate in this program by dealing directly with NORPAC. They will pay 5 cents per label collected. Send labels directly to them between March 1 – 31 of each year.