Mark your calendars for our business meeting on June 25 at 6 pm. Please make every effort to attend. Join us beforehand for pizza at 5 pm.
We will be reviewing the following:
- 2016-2017 finances
- Budget for 2017-2018
- TAS subsidy and credit recommendation
- Plans to support a mission project
Don’t forget to get your extra vitamin C to stay healthy this winter! The next order deadline is March 20 for a March 31 delivery. To place an order call the fruit line (973) 932-0203 and leave a message or go online to tranquilityschool.com.
Please join us for a memorial service honoring Doris Klopping’s life this Saturday, February 18, at 6 pm here at the Tranquility Adventist Church. The church doors will open at 5:30 pm. A repast at the Tranquil Valley Retreat Center cafeteria will follow the service. Please continue to pray for the family.
Please join us for an afternoon of testimonies, praise, and music on March 18, right after choir practice.
We are looking for volunteers to lead a weekly prayer conference call. Please speak to Dave Evans if you are interested in leading one call or leading many! Be on the lookout for more information as we determine day and time for these weekly calls.
David Masaka and his classmates are collecting old suitcases or traveling bags that can hold roughly 50 lbs and can be filled with books or clothes. They are also collecting religious literature, clothes for children, and educational toys. All donations need to be collected by Friday, Feb 17. If you have anything to donate, please speak to David or contact Grace at (908) 343-3022.
All churches and departments of the New Jersey Conference will join the NJ Compassion Ministry in an evangelistic effort in the first half of 2017.
The NJ Conference is looking for stories of how the Lord blessed His faithful people in 2016. If you would like to share your story, President Jose Cortes will interview you in a video to be shot at the Conference office. If you have a story, please share it! Contact the Pastor so that he can connect you with the video crew at the Conference.
At hospitals around the nation, people face life and death situations every day. “Life on the Line” zeroes in on one renowned academic hospital in Southern California. Loma Linda University Health serves one-quarter of California, and equips medical teams to travel around the world. The show follows patients from Southern California to the Amazon, Haiti and Egypt as they all fight a similar battle: to stay alive.
Now airing on PBS stations across the nation. Visit www.lifeontheline.tv for showtimes and to watch trailers for the new episodes.