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Coming August 1 - 6
Grades K - 6th
8:45 - 12:15


Join Joseph as he swats away scorpions in a dark prison cell...stroll through the golden splendor of Pharaoh's palace... experience exotic sights and smells in an Egyptian bazaar...be carried away by music wafting through enticing desert air. What a week of fun—and lasting Bible learning! Click on register now to sign up!

Women's Ministry
Vision: To be an encouragement and support to the women and girls of Beltsville SDA Church, thus enabling us, by the power of the Holy Spirit, to reach out to our families as well as the ladies and families of our community.

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The Adventurer club meets monthly for formal class meetings and also does a variety of service and family-based ministry outings. This ministry serves families with children as young as four years old 4 all the way up to fourth graders. For more information, contact the director Mark O'Ffill or visit the North American Division website www.adventurer-club.org.


The Beltsville Broncos meet twice-a-month on Sundays for regular Pathfinder meetings. They also enjoy campouts, community service, Pathfinder Bible Experience, and worship leadership experiences. This group is for young people between fifth grade and high school.


The Beltsville Seventh-day Adventist Church practices Biblical baptism. We encourage adults and older children to follow the example of Jesus Christ in being baptized. People who wish to join the Beltsville Church normally study the Bible with a church member, learn what Adventists believe, and then are baptized as they respond to the conviction of The Holy Spirit. The Church believes that the Bible teaches baptism is a sacrament of The Church. Baptism should happen when a person has repented of sins and wants to acknowledge that Jesus is his or her Savior.
The picture below is
typical of baptismal services at Beltsville Church.
It shows the baptism of James Masena and Florence Kerubo on September 12, 2009.

Health Forum
At 2:30pm, on the first Sabbath afternoon of every month, the Health Forum is held at our Community Center. At most of these meetings, a physician, nurse, or other health professional is invited to share information about how we might better care for ourselves and those we love. After the presentation, it is the norm for our guests to engage attendees in a q & a session. All are welcome to come and learn.
Our guest for September was Councilmember Valerie M. A. Nicholas of the City of Laurel, Maryland who serves as a Chaplain at Laurel Regional Hospital. Ms. Nicholas, aka "The Wounded Healer", has first-hand experience with abusive relationships and shared her testimony of how she overcame and continues to excel — to God be the glory! She is especially concerned with the mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of women and for this cause she has founded a nonprofit named Love Is Not Enough, Inc.