Southeast Church Blog
This is the blog for Southeast Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Women of Acceptance presents…."I'm Every Women" Conference. July 11th @ 7 pm & July 12th @ 7 pm. Guest Speaker: Ms. Yvonne Pointer. Come learn how to build bridges of positive understanding between ALL women, and create open positive dialog to promote emotional wellness and healing. (Women Only). Sis. Kharinne Shinaul
Allegheny West Conference presents Camp Meeting 2014 "We Are Family". Featuring: Pastor Henry M. Wright, Sabbath & Ordination Speaker. Pastor Joseph McCoy, Stewardship Emphasis Speaker, Pastor Jaime Kowlessa, Young Adult Speaker, Pastor John Boston, Youth Speaker, Dr. Augusta Olaore, Women's Ministry Speaker.
There is something for everybody: Children, Youth, Young Adults, and Adults of All Ages
1st Word - "Father Forgive Them" Pastor Steve Valles, Westside SDA Church, 2nd Word - "Today You Will Be With Me in Paradise" Pastor Mikel Moore, Maranatha SDA Church, 3rd Word - "Behold Your Son: Behold Your Mother" Dr. Derrick Moffett, Bethel SDA Church, 4th Word - "My God, My God, Why Have You Forsake Me" Pastor John Couxum, Glenville SDA Church, 5th Word - "I Thirst" Pastor Harry Britt, Present Truth SDA Church, 6th Word - "Father, into your hands I commit my spirit" Pastor Colin Parkinson, Temple of Praise SDA Churh, 7th Word - "It Is Finished", Dr. Myron Edmonds,
It's Finally Here! You don't want to miss this exciting event. April 19th @ 7:00 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm. "The Greatest Story Every Told" is a dramatic, visual illustration that includes elements that will bring you into the plot like never before.
The universe is hushed when a gloriously created angel decides that he wants God’s throne. When he and his posse are expelled for their defiance, another war ensues over the souls of mankind. With all the wrong there is, God has had a plan long in existence to save man should he fall. Earth’s battles are heaven’s battles as the Son of God gives up His life. Fast-forward to the end of time, the lives of God’s people hang in the balance and they are persecuted for having the patience of the saints. And just when death is a breath away….
Join Us! Feb 21st @ 7:00 pm (Men Only), Feb 22nd @ 11:30 am (Everyone)
Guest Speaker - Pastor Nevilon Meadows is the founder and CEO of Men Under Development (M.U.D. Inc.)
M.U.D. has developed "Healthy Lifestyles' gender specific class for women and men, which promote seminars in the area of marriage, parental duties, sexuality, singles, self-esteem, male identity, womanhood, gang violence and cultural harmony. Some of the unique subjects are 6 Big Mistakes Every Woman Makes - Love Her Twice Before You Touch Her Once - Female is Not the Opposite of Male - 5 Women Every Man Needs to Avoid - 3 reasons Why You Are Single - 8 Men Every Women Needs to Avoid.
Meadows' Journey has extended into North America, Canada, Caribbean and Virgin Islands, Bermuda, England and South Africa.
Every Wed @ 7:00 pm. Featuring guest speakers Ms Zenobia Seward, Pastor Marvin Brown, Sr., Dr. David Cobb, Sr. Learn how to reduce debt, save, and give generously, all as an act of worship to God!
March 5 & 12
Ms. Zenobia Seward
President/CFO Creative Wealth Solutions
Treasurer, Allegheny West Conference
Pastor Marvin Brown, Sr.
Executive Secretary, Allegheny West Conference
Dr. David Cobb, Sr.
Project Power: Power over Diabetes. Learn how to take the power back from diabetes! Join us for an educational workshop to learn about diabetes and keeping your body healthy. April 5th after church service. Bring your lunch. Program endorsed by the American Diabetes Association. Delores Mitchell and Deborah Miller
There seems to be escalating chaos and crisis day by day. I know you must see it too. So, what can we do about it? Well, one thing is for sure. We must increase our seeking the LORD for help to stop the shootings, heal the sick, bestow wisdom in our government, and provide finances and counsel for our families. Wouldn’t it be more powerful to come to Him together – be a united voice to His throne?
And that is exactly what the members of the Southeast Seventh-day Adventist Church did. From Jan. 8 through Jan. 18 groups meet at the church at 5 a.m., 12 noon, and 7 p.m. to pray for 1 hour. But Southeast was not the only group meeting.
Brothers and Sisters around the world were meeting and following the same Prayer Guide provided by the General Conference. Each day’s theme centered around the Lord’s Prayer. As we prayed and discussed the various aspects of the Lord’s Prayer, God opened a depth of meaning those in attendance that we never dreamed possible. We were lead to the very heart of God.
The highlight of each day was the time spent in Intercession. Each person that attended was asked to write five names of individuals that they wanted to pray for during the 10 days. These names were then prayed over each day at each of the 3 services. Not only did we pray for each other but we prayed for the Evangelistic plans of the world church, our institution, church leadership, our children and youth, and most importantly we prayed for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit.
The Ten Days experience can’t be quantified. It taught us that the power rests in prayer and brought unity amongst church members and a zeal to work for the Lord. Hearts were surrendered, souls were convicted, and requests for prayer were answered. Let the church say AMEN!
-- Pastor J. M. Hurst
On Monday Jan. 20 Americans remembered and reflected on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It was a day in which people talked about how far the country has come in the past 50 years and how much more is to be done.
At the Southeast Seventh-day Adventist Church the Lee/Miles Ministerial Alliance held it’s Annual King Day Celebration Service. The event featured music, drama, dance, and preaching. Dr. Tony Minor was the featured speaker.
Dr. Minor is a graduate of King’s Alma Mater, Morehouse College. He has a rich history in the area of Advocacy. Dr. Minor has served with civil rights activists Andrew Young, John Lewis and Joseph Lowery. He currently serves as the Director of Advocacy for Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries.
Dr. Minor shared personal insights about Dr. King and reminded those in attendance that there is still much work to do in the areas of poverty, violence, health care, and voting rights. The service ended with Rev. George Stewart singing My Eyes Have Seen The Glory of the Coming of the Lord as the congregation joined in and held hands and swayed in unison.
-- Pastor J. M. Hurst