The Atholton Adventurer club is part of a world-wide coed
organization of young people in grades one to four sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Check here to get the latest on who this fun group is.
Children’s Ministries coordinates the children’s Sabbath schools and other
activities. This includes the children’s feature which is part of the main worship
service. Picnics and playtimes are scheduled periodically. Check back for the latest details.
Our congregation hosted
the Howard County Cold Weather Shelter November 25 to December 2, 2013. This program
is professionally operated by
Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center,
with assistance by our congregation's volunteers to provide individuals with
transportation, three meals a day and a place to sleep each night.
A big thanks for all the generous assistance provided.
Although the Community Services ministry is the primary ministry to our community, numerous other ministries also serve
Wholeness and faith have been an emphasis of the Seventh-day Adventist
church from the time of its organization as a church entity. Health of the
community is a vital focus of Health Ministries at the Atholton Seventh-day
On October 13, 2013 we had a Community Fair, providing
hundreds of people with health screening and other free services.
Atholton has many talented musicians who are regularly part of the worship
services and offer a variety of music styles for all ages. Concerts and
special music worship services will be posted.
The Atholton Pathfinder club is part of a world-wide
coed "scouting" type organization of young people sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Check here to get the latest on who this energetic group is, and see what they have
done and what they are planning.
A Bible study and prayer group meets every Wednesday, 7:00-8:30 pm at the
The Atholton congregation has an active prayer ministry. If you would like to be
involved, please contact the church at the phone number or email address below.
March 2012 - Prayer Calendar
Sabbath School Ministries
Sabbath school is the "Ministry of Education" at Atholton. We seek to meet the spiritual
growth needs of our members, by emphasizing fellowship, outreach, Bible study, and mission providing a rich spiritual
in a practical, everyday setting. There is something for everyone - birth through 100+.
February 2014 - Senior Corner Nuggets
January 2014 - Senior Corner Nuggets
December 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
November 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
October 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
September 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
August 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
July 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
June 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
May 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
April 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
March 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
February 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
January 2013 - Senior Corner Nuggets
December 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
November 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
October 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
September 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
August 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
July 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
June 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
May 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
April 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
March 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets - Part 2
March 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets - Part 1
February 2012 - Senior Corner Nuggets
A fellowship dinner for all church members and guests is provided about once a month following the worship service.
Members are requested to bring enough food for themselves and one
Pictures from the 2006 Church Picnic
Pictures from the 2006 Church Retreat
The mission of Women’s Ministries is to uplift women to be all they can be as God
has ordained. They will do this through two types of ministry:
(1) Supportive -- social needs that include home meetings, trips, eating out together,
bowling and other recreation; spiritual -- retreats and meeting for prayer.
(2) Community -- visitation of the ill and shut-ins; and helping the elderly with
their special needs.
The mission of the Atholton Youth Ministries is to lift up Jesus to each youth, pray for their acceptance of salvation through Jesus, and empower them to:
Be transformed by developing a forever friendship with Jesus.
Embrace their call as disciples.
Recognize and fill their place in the church.
Passionately share the love of Jesus.
The 2014 Winter Youth Retreat was February 14-17.
Click here for a poster about the retreat.