Community Worship Center

Springfield Gardens S.D.A Church

Family Life

Throughout history families have formed the basic unit of society. Ellen White wrote: “The family tie is the closest, the most tender and sacred, of any on earth” (The Adventist Home, p. 18). Yet throughout history Satan has attacked families—through polygamy, adultery, sibling rivalry, homosexuality, pornography. As families fracture, so do the individuals involved.


Our youth ministry exists to support the youth by emphasising a clear gospel proclamation, promoting Biblical literacy and understanding, and creating a culture of discipleship and discipling. The goal of our youth group is to prepare them to be capable disciples and evangelists of the gospel.


The goal of our singles ministry is to inspire individuals to be the best versions of themselves. Whether it’s spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, or financially we strive to help you become better people and disciples for Christ.


Spiritually, worship should inspires the needs to seek the presence of the Holy Spirit and intimately connected with the him, with the needs to focus on experiencing and proclaiming the everlasting gospel. From these priorities, flow the dedication of our best talents and energies to the ministry. It is art brought to the cross, art which is dedicated to the service of God and the edifying of the church. Great worship engenders great preaching!


Our vision is to present the everlasting gospel of Jesus Christ to all the world’s people, groups and nations from a contemporary, urban perspective, using technology as one of our medium. Broadcasting God’s message of love and redemption weekly. Programs, designed to strengthen spiritual life and family values, are shared along with carefully chosen music, poetry and testimonies to transform lives. We exists solely to proclaim the everlasting gospel of Christ — leading men, women and children to accept Jesus as their personal Savior and nurturing them in preparation for His soon return. click here!


As Jesus gives insight into the nature of His Church using the symbol of the body in 1 Corinthians 12, so it is that when we join the Church we become “members” of the body of Christ and are equipped for specific functions by the Holy Spirit. God wills that the various “body parts” (members) function effectively toward the common goal of the Church; making disciples of Jesus Christ.

Sabbath School

When it comes to learning, our multifaceted lives require a multifaceted approach, and Adventists aim to provide the complete package. Education is not only about learning for the sake of intellectual growth. Adventists believe in developing physically, empathetically, socially and spiritually, too. Ideally, education should change and cultivate every aspect of our lives, bringing us that much closer to what God originally planned for us to have and to be.


Adventists believe the key to wellness lies in a life of balance and temperance. Nature creates a wealth of good things that lead to vibrant health. Pure water, fresh air and sunlight—when used appropriately—promote clean, healthy lives. Exercise and avoidance of harmful substances such as tobacco, alcohol and mind-altering substances lead to clear minds and wise choices.

Food Distribution

While the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve, one consistency is that the world’s most vulnerable communities continue to face the greatest threat. Being a pillar in our community is one aspect our church strives to be. Our goal is to meet the basic needs of those around us. Every (don’t know the day or time) members of our church band together to serve hundreds of indviduals. If you or anyone you know are in need, you are welcome to come.

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