Resources

Speaker

Dwight K. Nelson

Since 1983, Dwight Nelson has served as lead pastor of the Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University. He preaches on the “New Perceptions” telecast, teaches at the theological seminary and has written some books, including The Chosen. He and his wife, Karen, are blessed with two married children and 2 granddaughters.

Offering

With all this talk about eradicating the virus, turns out there is one contagion you don’t want to lose. Learn the very simple steps to staying contagious, and life beyond these four walls will never be the same again.
Saturday, April 25, 2020
Program: 
Opening Music
Praise to the Lord • Joann Walther
Kenneth Logan, Minister of Music
Welcome & Pioneer Family Life
Rodlie Ortiz, Associate Pastor
Call to Worship & Prayer
Gillian Webster Howard & Eric Webster
Hymn of Praise
We Have Heard A Joyful Sound • 340
Stephen Zork, tenor; Kenneth Logan, organ
Praise
No One Like Our God • Our God • Build My Life
Joshua Goines & Friends
Congregational Prayer
Phil & Vida Giddings
Children's Story
Natalia Poloche
Children's Prayer
Kristin and Kendra Maier
Scripture Reading
Acts 2:42-47
Beth, Katie, & Kara Helm
Worship in Music
Blessed Assurance • Christian Finck, Kenneth Logan
Simon Luke Brown, violin; Kenneth Logan, organ
Homily
"Corona Care Kit: How to Stay Contagious"
Dwight K. Nelson
Song of Commitment
Tell It Again • Mary B. Slade
Steve Zork, tenor, piano
Closing Music
Go Forth, Go Forth With Christ • Kenneth Logan
Kenneth Logan, Minister of Music

More In This Series

04/18/2020
Is the coronavirus pandemic a Black Swan? No doubt. Then are there Black Swan survival principles we can implement to get us through? Good news—there are three of them—from one of the first Black Swans to hit this planet. Share the news.
04/11/2020
For Easter weekend, let your heart thrill to the very best news of all. Pandemic or not, this is the one piece of information that can set your heart free. From fear. Share the good news with your family and friends. There is a way out.
04/04/2020
Turns out we’re not the only one infected by this pandemic. Through a stunning paradigm shift, brood over the implications of the killer-virus that took down our one last hope. Spoiler alert: we have more hope now than ever before.
03/28/2020
With almost half the nation locked down and entire nations elsewhere in quarantine, what practical steps can I take to not only survive but actually thrive inside my four walls? You’ll be surprised at how simple your thriving can turn out to be.
03/21/2020
The breath-taking speed of the coronavirus pandemic has more than a few people concerned. Those who believe in the soon return of Christ now wonder—could it be sooner than we think? Can you get there from here? In the midst of our bad news, is there hope for the future?
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Changes to ADRA Giving Options

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) and the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventist have decided to simplify the number of donation options. Historically, a significant number of options have been available when giving to ADRA allowing donors to specify a specific project or program. Going forward all currently existing ADRA donations will be consolidated into 5 major categories.

ADRA Health Programs
Poor health is often at the heart of poverty and suffering. Giving to the ADRA Health fund helps build healthier lives for those we serve by improving access to safe water sources, providing hygiene and sanitation solutions, helping families access nourishing food, supporting pregnant women and mothers, and delivering reliable health support.

ADRA Education Programs
Education for all helps safeguard against chronic poverty, violence, abuse, exploitation, and even reduces vulnerability to natural disasters. The ADRA Education fund will help remove obstacles to learning by providing access to primary, secondary, and tertiary education, delivering school supplies, uniforms, and other resources, teaching adult literacy classes, and providing technical and vocational education.

ADRA Livelihood Programs
Livelihood training is a key contributor to breaking the cycle of poverty. The ADRA Livelihoods fund will help end generational poverty by empowering savings and loan groups in vulnerable communities, preparing communities for climate resiliency, training farmers to improve their methods, and empowering women to become business leaders in their communities.
ADRA Emergency Response and Preparedness
When disaster strikes, those whose lives are the most at risk are often furthest from help. Every year, ADRA responds to more than 100 emergencies around the world: earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, droughts, civil strife, and more. Contributions to the ADRA Emergency Response and Preparedness fund will help support a global network of offices and partners to quickly mobilize resources and bring relief to the hardest-hit areas.

ADRA General Fund
ADRA, the global humanitarian arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church delivers relief and development assistance to individuals in more than 120 countries. Gifts to ADRA will provide families with emergency aid in times of crisis or natural disaster and longer-term, sustainable assistance to people battling chronic hunger, homelessness, and other life-threatening challenges, so they can live as God intended.

 

Pioneer Spiritual Life Survey

This quick survey will give our church leadership team a better understanding of how to lead our church. All responses are anonymous and every precaution will be taken with the data.

 

Something in Common Sabbath School

 Something In Common Sabbath School presents Guardrails-Avoiding Regrets in Your Life with Andy Stanley video

  • May 18- Direct and Protect
  • May 25- Proximity
  • June 1- Forever Yours
  • June 8- Money Matters
  • June 15- The Heart of the Matter

Everyone is Welcome Sabbath mornings from 10:30-11:30 in PMC room 141.

Adventist Heritage & American History Tour

Explore Scenic New England and it's Rich History from September 1-8, 2024


 

Oasis Public School Ministry

Oasis Public School Ministry provides a safe community for real talk, good food, fun activities, and building relationships between students, leaders, and God. This ministry is open to all public middle and high school students and meets Tuesdays 6:30-8:00 PM in the 5th grade Sabbath school room. Bring a friend and check it out! For more information, contact Diane at simplestirrings@yahoo.com.