Welcome to the Athol Seventh-day Adventist Church in Athol, ID. We are a Christian community and would love to have you join our family. To learn more about what we believe, you can visit our About Us page. Please join us for Bible study, worship, and prayer.
Athol Seventh-day Adventist Church
Join Us This Saturday
As the state of Idaho begins to re-open in phases as a precautionary approach responding to the coronavirus COVID-19 for the safety of our members, guests, and our Athol community, we have decided to re-open June 20, 2020 for Bible Study and worship Jesus Christ. We look forward to being able to worship and study together once again and for Jesus' soon return. If you are sick, please self quarantine and follow guidelines for seeking medical help as needed. We are encouraging all participants to follow safe distancing and cleanliness practices. The signs are showing prophecy being fulfilled right before us. Let us be faithful until He returns.#
Sabbath School: 9:15 a.m.
Worship Service: 10:45 a.m.
Pastor Dunbar has retired and will be working in other fields of God's work. We bid him God's blessing in this change.
Join Us Wednesday for Prayer Meeting - Postponed until we are able to gather together again in good health!
7:00pm Prayer and Study of Christ Object Lessons Chapter 11, "Things New and Old"
Vacation Bible School for 2020 has been cancelled out of precaution for the community as well as volunteers and the children attending due to COVID-19. We look forward to the opportunity to share VBS with the community children in 2021.
Encouraging Thought for the week:
“God will more than fulfill the highest expectations of those who put their trust in Him. He desires us to remember that when we are humble and contrite, we stand where He can and will manifest Himself to us. He is well pleased when we urge past mercies and blessings as a reason why He should bestow on us higher and greater blessings. He is honored when we love Him and bear testimony to the genuineness of our love by keeping His commandments. He is honored when we set apart the seventh day as sacred and holy. To those who do this, the Sabbath is a sign, . . . God declares, "that I am the Lord that sanctify them" (Eze. 20:12). Sanctification means habitual communion with God. There is nothing so great and powerful as God's love for those who are His children.”
Heavenly Places p.129.5
May 30, 2020 -- No bulletin this week as we are closed to keep our members, guests, and Athol community from potential exposure to the COVID-19 virus. We encourage you to join a streaming worship service or select a message through 3ABN, Amazing Discoveries or other service.