Metro New York Adventist Forum
meeting at St Mary's Episcopal Church
521 W. 126th St, Manhattan
for more information call 212.468.4066
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Winter 2017 News
Winter 2017 News
Dear Forum Community,
Our last service of the Fall quarter is our Christmas Celebration on
December 17. Come and share the joy and blessing of the
Advent with your friends. This year we willl have a sing along
with a recording of Handel's Messiah with a pot luck lunch to follow
Not all our services for the winter quarter are yet settled, but our
guest speakers are all in place and you can see the current schedule on
and check back later as more services are added. The first
service will be on Jan 14 when our speaker will be Fritz Guy.
His topic in the morning will be
Envisioning an Adventist
Future and in the afternoon: Reading
the Bible as It
We remind you that we hold services only twice a
month, usually the first and third Saturday. Our first service each
month will have a guest speaker and include an afternoon session.
We often share our guest speakers with other area churches so
the locations will vary. Be sure to check our schedule or our
weekly email for the location.
PS for Worship Leaders: Check
Welcome to the Home of the
The Metro New York Adventist Forum is a community worshiping together
twice a month on Saturdays in St
Church Manhattan. While many member are Seventh-day
(SDA), anyone is welcome to worship with us. St Mary's is our
primary home, but sometimes we share a speaker with other churches
often meeting in their sancuaries (as noted in our schedule listing).
Our services include music, liturgy, prayer and either a
a discussion. The Forum is a chapter of the Association of Adventist
but unlike most chapters, our meetings are worship services and meet at
the traditional worship time of SDA churches. We have not sought
as an official church by the local SDA conference, but do serve as a
home for many area students and others who find our format filling a
not satisfied by other area churches.
Our members hold views ranging from conservative to liberal
discussions encourage free explorations of varying viewpoints and avoid
condemning any honestly held belief.
If you live near NYC consider joining our community or add
to our mailing list.
If you visit the NYC area, consider worshiping
us with our mission to the
students of the NYC area by becoming a contributing
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