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Prayer Line EVERY Night @ 8 pm: Phone 515-603-3162; Passcode 960362#

JUNE 20: Vespers on the Lawn @ 6 PM
JUNE 21: Ladies Connect Time CANCELLED
JULY 12-15: VBS
AUG 8: Celebration of Graduates
SEPT 11-13: Pathfinder Camporee

The Alpharetta Adventist Church is now fully reopened!
As of June 12, the State of Georgia lifted the Stay at Home orders for all Georgians. So, as we begin to come back to church, we’d like to ask that you please review our in place safety measures. Just click here. If you’re in an elevated At Risk category and don’t yet feel comfortable returning, we’ve got you covered!

Our streaming Worship Service is presented LIVE at 11 a.m. on our YouTube page each Sabbath. Gather the family and tune in for a special time of worship, prayer, praise, inspiration and relevant teaching with your Alpharetta church family, and enjoy the Sabbath! Also, we’ll continue streaming our Adult Sabbath School Class on FACEBOOK starting at 9:30 a.m. each week.

Lower Division children’s Sabbath School classes have not yet resumed at the church. Stay tuned here for more info. In the meantime, you’ll find handy links to lesson guides on our website under the “Kids” tab.

Please continue to keep in touch with each other, particularly our sick or elderly members. Let the church leadership know if there's anything we can do to help. We're here for you. See below for contact info.

"Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you will abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." Romans 15:13 NASB

The Alpharetta Church is excited to present Vespers on the Lawn each Sabbath evening from 6-8 pm. (In inclement weather, we'll move inside.)

Various programs, Bible games, devotionals/discussions, and testimonies are scheduled to bring the Sabbath to a close. Feel free to bring your own picnic supper, and chairs or blankets. See you there!

A Moment with Pastor Luke
When I was becoming a follower of Jesus and living on my grandparents' farm in North Carolina, there was always one day that couldn't arrive soon enough—Sabbath. During the week, I'd be out building a fence for the horses, landscaping the property, or finishing up on renovations that needed to be done. It was always a blast, but was also entirely exhausting work, and the Sabbath was the day of rest and renewal. Friday night would come, and out of nowhere, no matter how exhausted I'd be from the week, I would get this jolt of energy that would carry through Saturday into Saturday evening. I remember asking my grandmother why that would happen and her response would always be simple, "that's the Sabbath for you." At first I didn't understand, but the longer I stayed in North Carolina, and the more Sabbaths that passed, something started to happen in my heart. I started to not only physically rest, but to also let myself rest emotionally and spiritually. I started to forget about the stress regarding what I might study in school or who my future spouse might be, and began thinking about how complete I could be with Christ. How restful I could be because of the work that He has accomplished for me. 

In Psalm 92 the psalmist says, "For you, O LORD, have made me glad by your work; at the works of your hands I sing for joy." (92:4). Now this is the only Psalm specifically dedicated to the Sabbath and it's centered around God's love and faithfulness in His work. How wonderful that the Sabbath is not only a day for us to rest physically, but it is also a day to remind ourselves that Christ has accomplished the work on our behalf by standing in our place on the cross. Because of His love for us, we can be glad and sing for joy! Hallelujah to Him! 

Because of how God used the Sabbath to show me His love and saving grace I often open the Sabbath by reading Psalm 92. I encourage you to take some time and read this psalm sometime on Sabbath because I know God wants to remind us how glad we can be because of His great work!

Happy Sabbath, Church!
Pastor Luke
We'd like to remind you that giving is critically importantnow more than ever. Please continue to generously support the Alpharetta Church with your offerings, and support our worldwide denomination through your tithes. You can easily give online here. 


Join us for prayer NIGHTLY at 8 pm
on the conference line:

515-603-3162 (Code 960362#)
What does Muhammad Ali have to do with "inaccuracies and contradictions" in the Bible? Find out with Nelson Fontaine at church and on Facebook at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow.  Here is the schedule for the remainder of the quarter:

Challenges: My Head Hurts with Nelson Fontaine 
June 20: Dealing with Difficult Passages

Interpreting Scripture: Making It Real with James Hamlin
June 27: Living by the Word of God  
Visit our Kids page for links to the CHILDREN'S STUDY GUIDES


NEW! YOUTH SABBATH SCHOOL provided by the GA Cumberland Conference every Sabbath @ 9 a.m. on Zoom. Contact Nate Dubs for login info.

VID KIDS | Our Kindergarten/Primary Sabbath School will have a class video available at 10 am on Sabbath! Go to our YouTube channel for the class. 

ZOOM Teens
Alpharetta teens have their own Sabbath School meeting! Each Sabbath at 10 am. Contact Mrs Regenia at for login info. ​

Our Cradle Roll Sabbath School will meet online each Sabbath morning at 10 am. Contact Mrs. Paige at for login info.

ZOOM Juniors
Our Juniors Sabbath School will meet online each Sabbath morning at 10 am. Contact Mrs. Cheny at for login info.
In the wild and in this world, the focus is often on mere survival. But in the kingdom of God, we not only survive, but thrive! Learn from famous “Survivors” how to thrive in God’s kingdom at this year's VBS. Our Focus Bible Verse: “The Lord gives strength to his people; the Lord blesses his people with peace.” Psalm 29:11

Here is how our VBS will work:
  • 5 families attending at once, 1 family per station. They will rotate after 25 minutes to do all stations.  
  • First session (5 families)  5-6:30 pm
  • Break (Staff resets stations)
  • Second session (5 families) 7-8:30 pm

375 Fowler Road, Alpharetta, GA 30004
Alpharetta Adventist Church

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