SABBATH SCHOOL


SABBATH SCHOOL

From its inception Sabbath School in the Seventh-day Adventist Church has focused on four emphases that are still prominent to this day: fellowship development, community outreach, Bible study, and foreign mission. A solid balance of these elements characterizes the most vital Sabbath Schools around the world.

Based on these four emphases, from its beginning in 1853 and globally, Sabbath School membership has exploded from a handful of believers in upstate New York to an estimated 14 million today. Former General Conference President Jan Paulsen has said that Sabbath School is like breakfast. For more than 150 years it has provided the spiritual nourishment that is needed to meet the challenges that arise during the rest of the week.

Below you will find our Atlanta North Sabbath School List

ADULT CLASSES

Sanctuary Class: Head Teacher, Barry Matthie
Chapel: Hispanic Ministries
Church Library: Collegiate/Young Adult Class
Fellowship Hall Class: Head Teacher, Brian Bergherm
ANS Kindergarten Class: Head Teacher, Woody Brady
ANS Computer Lab Class: Head Teacher, Skip Spellman
ANS 5/6 Grade Classroom Class: Russian Ministries

CHILDREN CLASSES

Cradle Roll: Head Teacher, Brendan and Becca Cross
Kindergarten: Head Teachers, Giovanni and Jordan Jordan
Primary Class: Head Teachers, Kirk and Lauren Pillsner
Junior Class: Head Teachers, Jeremy and Jodi Beckworth
Earliteen/Teen Class: Head Teacher, Michael Field

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