Norwich SDA Church




The ministries of this church are the life blood of this church.  You will want to become involved where your spiritual needs can be fulfilled and where you can help to fill the needs of others when you share what God has done in your life.  Whether it is joining in community service or becoming part of the youth group, we want you to find a  place to serve and a place to grow as a disciple of Jesus Christ.

Please check out the ministry opportunities we have to offer!


Adult Sabbath School: Join one of our adult Sabbath school lesson study groups. Every week small groups get together to share what they learned from the lesson and how it has made a difference in their lives.

Children's Ministries: The children in our church are not just the future--they are actively included in the ministries of the church today.

Community Service: Part of being a good neighbor is providing services to our surrounding community.

Family Life Ministry: We all belong to a family and no matter who your family is made up of, we want to support you.

Health Ministries and the message of health are fundamental to the Adventist faith. We believe our bodies are the temples where God dwells with us, in our hearts and minds, and therefore we help to keep our bodies holy through habits of holistic health, wellness and temperance.

Men's Ministry: Men connecting with men in their church and community.

Music Ministry: If you sing, play an instrument or lead out in music, there are always opportunities for sharing your gift.

Pathfinder Ministry: The Pathfinder Club is part of a world-wide co-ed scouting type organization sponsored by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Juniors and teens in grades 5-12 of any religion, or none at all, are welcomed and encouraged to join this ministry.

Women's Ministries: Women's Ministries provides the opportunity for women to grow spiritually and socially through a network of support groups active in the church.

 Youth Ministries: Youth Ministries provides support and encouragement for young people at what can be a most critical part of their Christian experience.