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    Worship services
       Saturday morning at 9:30 or 12:00 noon.
    Prayer and Meditation
       Wednesday evening at 7:00
   Bible study classes
       Saturday morning at 10:45.
    Celebrate Recovery
       Friday evening at 7:00. 
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Future Worships at Beltsville 
April 12
  Pastor Kermit Netteburg at 9:30
  Beltsville Adventist School
    Worship Program at 12:00
April 19
  Easter Cantata
  by the Beltsville Church Choir
April 26
  New England Youth Ensemble
May 3
  Ben Schoun
May 10
  Pastor Kermit Netteburg
May 17
  Pastor Kermit Netteburg
May 24
  Pastor Kermit Netteburg
May 31
  Pastor Kermit Netteburg at 9:30
  Beltsville School Baccalaureate at 12:00

Thank you for visiting our website. We are a Seventh-day Adventist Church that seeks to connect people with God, with each other, and with the community. We believe that Jesus is coming again soon, and we look forward to that time. We worship Jesus on Saturdays, a day we call Sabbath.
    Join us for worship some Saturday morning, either by visiting us in person at 4200 Ammendale Road in Beltsville, Maryland, or by watching the service online here at our website. We have services at 9:30 am and 12:00 noon. In addition, we have Study Group Classes for both adults and children at 10:45 am. Click on the "Life@Beltsville" link in the left-hand column in order to learn more about what's happening every week at our church. 
Pastor Kermit Netteburg
Pastor's Blog
April 3, 2014

I walked last week where Jesus walked.  I was in Israel with the spiritual journey the Potomac Conference led for our pastors and teachers.  And I walked.  And walked.  And walked.  Sometimes I felt like I touched every piece of dirt and pavement in the entire land.  But I gained a new appreciation for the healthy, robust Jesus.  He walked everywhere.  I rode the bus from Jerusalem to Nazareth; he walked the trip dozens of times.  I walked down the hill from the Mount of Olives, through Gethsemane.  I walked through Jerusalem’s streets on what we now call the Via Dolorosa.  I walked through the City of David, down its steep slopes.  I walked the hills around Dan, in the far north of Israel.  I swam in the Dead Sea.  (Well, I actually floated in the Dead Sea; swimming doesn’t work well.)
One thing I didn’t do.  I didn’t walk everywhere Jesus did, because I failed in a walk on the Sea of Galilee.  Floated in the Dead Sea, sank in the Sea of Galilee. I’m not Jesus.  So I learned – everywhere I walked I realized – I need Jesus. 
It was a good trip.
Pastor Kermit

April 11, 2014
The topic is loving your enemies, but I’ll talk some about Rwanda and some about church planting – and there will be quite an intellectual journey between the two. 
Our church school has a special worship service each Christmas and each spring.  The music is wonderful, and the children are talented.  But the message is worth hearing too!
Our Spring Communion is next Thursday night.  This is our annual Communion service based on the anniversary of the night that Jesus and his disciples shared their last meal.  Come to experience the deep meaning of Jesus’ words, “Do this in remembrance of me.”  Thursday night at 7 in the Fellowship Hall. 
We have special musical feasts for worship in the future.  On April 19, our Beltsville Adventist Church Choir will present an Easter Cantata; these have become traditional at Beltsville.  They are a fantastic way to connect with God, but also a great event to invite family and friends to Beltsville.  On April 26, the New England Youth Ensemble will present worship.  It’s going to be wonderful worship as well.