Youth Ministries

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The youth are very important to the Sequim Adventist Church and we encourage them to be involve in as many opportunities as possible, taking part in the worship service, being involved with Adventurers and Pathfinders and helping with Vacation Bible Schools. Click on the Ministries link at the top of this website to see what ministries Sequim Adventist Church offers.

Women's Ministries

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Women's Bible Studies and Prayer Breakfasts are a few things Christian women  plan throughout the year.

Watch for any upcoming events. 


Special Ladies Vespers 
Ladies come for a spiritual experience at 5:00 p.m. Saturday night, Jan. 28 at the church fireside room. Learn some Jewish traditions to bless your family. Bring fruit or crackers and one blank feminine greeting card.

Women's Brunch 
Sunday, March 4 at 10:00 a.m. in the fellowship hall of the church. Dr. Maridee Gregory will be the speaker.

Outreach Ministries

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"Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age." Matthew 28:19-20
 

The Sequim Adventist Church mission statement is: To Know Chirst and Make Him Known: Love For God, Love For Others, Service in the Community. 

Service for the community includes seminars, cooking classes, depression seminars and other health related emphasis, and Adventist Community Services, our free food and clothing distribution. To learn more about these services, please check out the other Ministries links at the top of this website.


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Adventist Community Services does more than supply material needs for the community. Donna Lane was baptized December 22, 2007. Her life is an inspiration to all who dedicate their life to the service of others through Community Service. A couple of years ago, Donna helped a friend move to Sequim. Since her life was full of difficulties and living in deplorable conditions, her friend talked her into staying and making Sequim her new home town. Her plan was only to drive her friend and then return so she did not bring much clothing with her. Lack of funds, little clothing and food and in need of housing, her friend brought her to Community Services at the Sequim Adventist Church. Each week Donna would come to pick up needed necessities. And as she did so she became acquainted with several of the volunteers. Because of their smiles and the warmth of friendship and love shown to her she desired to know more about this church and what was being taught. She started Bible studies with Community Service volunteer couple, Maureen and Roger Dowling, and soon started coming to church. Over the past two years, watching others being baptized Donna felt a longing to also be baptized. With talking to pastor Dale Kongorski, it was decided since we would soon be celebrating the birth of Christ we could also celebrate a new birth for Donna, giving a special gift to Jesus-Donna‚Äôs heart.

Pathfinder Club

Enjoy backpacking? Biking? Canoeing? Caving? Camping? Want to be an active young Christian on an adventure with friends who love Jesus? Then join Pathfinders. Club members enjoy club meetings, camping, and service adventures designed to develop Christ-like citizens.

The Sequim Valley Pathfinder Club meets on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Sequim Adventist Church Fellowship Hall, 30 Sanford Lane, just one mile north of Sequim off of Sequim Avenue.

For more information, contact the Sequim Adventist Church at 360-683-7373 or visithttp://www.pathfindersonline.org/.


Mountain View Christian School

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You can also visit MVCS website at mountainviewchristianschool.org.


Mountain View Christian School, located in the beautiful Dungeness Valley, provides a safe environment for children. Our state certified teachers encourage each child's abilities and unique learning style, while challenging their minds. The School strives to develop each child's personal relationship with Jesus, positive self-image, personal responsibility, problem solving skills and effective communication.  Mountain View Christian School uses a curriculum of the highest standard. With the advantage of small classes, our teachers can provide one-on-one instruction.

MVCS students take an active part in the community, participating in can collecting for Adventist Community Services, as well as Earth Day cleanup, etc.

For a personal tour of the school or complete curriculum overview please call 360-683-6170 or write to: Mountain View Christian School, 255 Medsker Road, Sequim, WA 98382. 


For our School Calendar, Student Handout, Student Bulletin, Application Form and Dress Code click the links below.

School Calendar 10-11: MVCS Calendar 2010-2011
Student Handbook

Student  Bulletin
Dress Code:  uniform_flyer_
Application:  Application_for_New_Students.pdf