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Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with each of you. Tranquility Church will continue to offer online services for the remainder of April. All activities are cancelled, or have been moved online.
We encourage you to join the weekly Sabbath morning prayer call at 9:30 am, during which you can see many familiar faces live! We have started using Google Meets, which offers video in addition to audio.
We will also continue to post weekly Sabbath services on this website.
So come join us as we worship together in a new way.
Whenever two or three of you come together in my name, I am there with you. (Matthew 18:20)
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Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this unprecedented time. Attached please find a note from Pastor Stephen Lee regarding our church services over the next few weeks.
Please join us for Prayer Meeting at 9:30 am on Sabbath morning, led by Israel Fernandez. To join the meeting, dial (712) 432-3900, followed by the conference ID 87 61 38 #.
On Sabbath morning you will also find a sermon by Pastor Lee, on this website.
The North American Division maintains a list of churches that live-stream their services.
Hope Sabbath School has a website where you can join an in-depth, interactive study of the Word of God.
During this time, where we cannot get together, we encourage you to give your tithe and offerings online through PayPal or our Adventist Giving site. Your offerings are critical to help pay for ongoing expenses during this time.
May God continue to bless each of you.
With the increased spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in NJ, each of us must take precautionary measures for the peace of mind and continued health of the Tranquility Church community as well as our guests.
The leadership of Tranquility Church are taking prudent steps to keep us and our community healthy. Tranquility Adventist Church worship services, including all Sabbath School classes, have been cancelled for March 14.
This decision is made out of faithfulness, not fear. We seek to be faithful in lessening the spread of the coronavirus and its impact on those most at risk. We know social distancing can have a positive impact, lessening the spread, and we are convicted to be responsible citizens in our community.
Following the CDC and local health officials recommendations, small group gatherings (less than 25 in attendance) in homes are an option for those who feel comfortable. We encourage everyone to take advantage of this time to connect with each other in meaningful ways. Call friends that you know will miss our weekly fellowship the most. Enjoy Sabbath family time, and take advantage of one of the many excellent websites and online sermons.
Please share word of this with who you may know that do not frequent social media, have access to email, or have limited communication in other ways.
“May the Lord watch between you and me when we are absent one from another.” Genesis 31:49