Like other Christians, the Corrales Seventh-day Adventist members and friends assemble weekly to praise and worship God. We praise God for his mercies exhibited through His Son, Jesus Christ, without whom we would have no hope beyond death and praise Him for His Holy Word, the Bible, without which we would not know Jesus or the Father. We praise God for the Holy Spirit which has led us to acknowledge Him as our Lord and Master. We also praise God that for another week He has protected us and brought us again for another opportunity to worship in the name of Jesus.
Our worship service is a mixture of thanksgiving, worship, prayer, and music. We also have a weekly children’s story and a collection of tithes and offerings. A variety of church members and visitors participate in the weekly service. It is an organized service, directed by a printed bulletin. While all of these elements are important to the service, the worship service itself focuses on the reading and preaching of the Holy Bible.
General Sabbath Service
|9:30-9:50am||General Sabbath School||Main Sanctuary|
|9:50-11:05am||Sabbath School Study||Various Locations|
|11:15am-12:30pm||Church at Worship||Main Sanctuary|
We also meet on Wednesdays at 6:30pm for Bible study and prayer.
It is through the reading and preaching of the Bible that God can speak to us individually, as well as corporately, and we can respond to His leading.
At least four times a year we gather to celebrate a communion service with the eating of 1"Christ’s body” and drinking His “blood.” Being Christians we try our best to follow the example of Jesus and, thus, along with drinking and eating communion we also follow the example of Jesus (John 13) and wash feet before the meal. We pair off into three groups, men, women, and couples. Each pair washes each other’s feet before taking part in the communion service. As Jesus said,
“For I gave you an example that you also should do as I did to you” (John 13:15).
Members are always on the lookout for first-time visitor to assist them with the communion service, especially the foot washing service.
Please plan to visit our services. You and we will be blessed by your attendance.
1 The use of “body” and “blood” are figurative terms, meaning that we believe there is only one Jesus and to use terms like body and blood mean that they represent His sacrifice for us. In our communion service we use natural, nonalcoholic grape juice.
Andre Arrais, Dec, 30 2017
André Arrais, Jun, 03 2017
Ron Kruger, May, 13 2017
André Arrais, May, 06 2017