Caravan of Compassion Evangelistic Meeting for northern NJ will take place Sabbath, Jun 3 starting at 5 pm at the James J. Ferris High School in Jersey City. Our local coordinator is Pastor Noel Gonzalez. Note that this year there will be no NJ Campmeeting.
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
Mark your calendars now to join us at Stokes State Forest on Sep 15-17.
Each year, ASI members, supporters, and friends gather at the ASI International Convention to encourage one another and exchange ideas vital to their lay-driven ministry goals. The annual convention is an energetic, inspiring affair where networks are formed and plans are made that one individual or institution could never accomplish alone. Those who attend the convention return to their local churches inspired and equipped to start lay outreach efforts in their own workplaces and communities. Best of all, eternal friendships are formed. Register here.
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.
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.
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