Location & Service Time
Saturdays: 10:00 am
55 Gower Road, Sketty, Swansea, SA2 9BH, United Kingdom
Who are Seventh-day Adventists?
“Seventh-day Adventists can truly be regarded as a worldwide family of Christian believers. The Adventist presence manifests itself in nearly every country of the globe, 209 to be precise. On average 2,889 people join the Adventist church each day with an annual global growth rate of 2.43%. The membership in the UK and Ireland is over 36,000 with attendance being considerably higher than this. The Adventist Church also operates 173 hospitals, 348 clinics and dispensaries, medical centres, nursing homes, retirement centres, orphanages and children's homes, that in the year 2010 served almost 16 million people. In the UK you will find that many churches run feeding programmes and are engaged with their local communities in mentoring programmes, children's clubs and other activities. In addition the Church runs a world-wide system of more than 7,800 schools with over 1,668,000 students from kindergarten to graduate professional schools. Educational institutions in the UK and Ireland include 1 college, 2 secondary schools and 7 primary schools. In response to Christ's invitation to feed the hungry and clothe the naked, Seventh-day Adventists try to help friends and neighbours in need irrespective of race, colour or religion. Internationally, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) helps victims of war, famine, floods, earthquakes, and other disasters. In addition, many Adventist congregations have community service facilities, from which volunteers help those in need close to home. In the year 2000, Adventists helped over 15 million men, women and children. An annual camp, sponsored by ADRA-UK, is held in North Wales for handicapped children. No matter where you find a Seventh-day Adventist believer, you will find them to adhere to the ideals described by the Bible and their lives illustrating both faith in God and the church’s commitment to the betterment of all human beings. The mission of the church places great emphasis on different aspects of human freedom and responsibility. These include: religious liberty and human rights, humanitarian aid and development, better lifestyles, health and wholeness, education and personal growth, as well as social issues and community involvement.”
Many students of Bible prophecy see ‘Brexit’ as a fulfilment of the prophecy of Daniel 2:43 predicting that the various nations of Europe ‘shall not cleave’ one to the other. This is well expressed by an Adventist Review TV special released today. However, while it is prophesied that Europe will have both strength and weaknesses,[…]
On February 13th, 2016, our goal as Swansea Youth was to make the theme of the day, ‘Dare 2 Love,’ our mission. The young people came together to serve in whatever capacity they could, be it song, music or the spoken word. The service started with a word of introduction and a song or two[…]
How Dedicated? This was the title put forth by Mr Godwin Benjamin to the congregation of Swansea Church. How dedicated are we to the job God has called us to do? How dedicated are we as a church to serving others? Mr Godwin Benjamin is the ADRA (Adventist Development and Relief Agency) Annual Appeal Coordinator.[…]
Rhianna Chellew was 36 hours old when she was flown from Wales to Scotland by a RAF Hercules aircraft on a 700 mile mercy mission. She had stopped breathing, went limp and turned blue. She was diagnosed with a rare condition which meant she could not get enough oxygen in her blood. Rhianna was treated[…]
Swansea youth turned out in force once again to lead and bless the members of Port Talbot SDA church. Everyone took part in some fashion, each giving of their gifts. Both adults and children were catered for throughout the day, beginning with a positive story for the younger ones about family and the generosity and[…]
Teens and young people from across the British Isles gathered together in Chalfont Saint Giles for worship and fellowship with one another during the long Easter weekend. The total attendance was in excess of 300 including around 20 people from Wales! The 5 day event, named ‘Reborn’, was certainly a memorable one with seminars and[…]
14th March 2015, the weekend of Mother’s Day saw the children spring into action to bring a smile to the faces of mothers throughout the congregation and the community. During the service, they blessed everyone with a light-hearted song, and proceeded to hand out roses to all mothers. Later the children went to the nearest[…]
On Sabbath 7th March, Swansea Church was invited to put on a program for Port Talbot Church. Swansea gladly accepted this invitation as it was a great way to bring our two churches together as we fellowship with one another in the presence of God. The event granted all the opportunity to worship as one[…]
On Sabbath, 1st November 2014, Swansea Seventh Day Adventist church members and fellow Welsh worshippers were honoured to welcome five Swansea residing youth into the Seventh Day Adventist church. Three young people originally from Zambia, Wallace Hacuma, sisters Nalishuwa and Lubona Ikachana, and Sasha Lee and Shannon Joy Cranfield, twin sisters from Cape Town, South[…]
Children’s Sabbath – 10th May 2014 at 10:30am Special guest – Auntie Pat Eastwood. Bring your old clothes because it will get messy! We would like all grown-ups to come and help us and have fun with us! And, bring your friends with you!