The Sabbath School
The Sabbath school is an integral part of every Saturday meeting of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Its origins date back to the mid-19th century. It arose from the need to bring biblical messages closer to the young generation. Today, Bible study is completely subordinate to the needs of the people of the 21st century. You can find a lot of accompanying materials and links to facilitate the study of printed assignments on the Internet. An estimated 14 million people around the world gather each Saturday with a desire to learn the message of the Bible, even in places where there is no church or worship.
In our church, we meet in seven classes, one of which is a youth class. The groups have about 10 members. Saturday kindergarten is reserved for children with a program adapted to their age. In the time allotted to Saturday school, there will be room for a short sharing of experiences from the past week.
The best way to find out how the Sabbath school works and what you can learn here is to attend it.
We look forward to seeing you every Saturday at 9am in our church.