CHURCH MINISTRIES

Have a look at all the ministries that are offered at Kempton Park Central SDA Church for people of all ages.

  • Adventist Men
  • Adventist Women
  • Adventist Youth
  • FAMILY MINISTRIES
  • EDUCATION MINISTRIES
  • HEALTH MINISTRIES

Men connecting with men in their church and community. It includes activities such as lay preaching efforts, prison ministry and community services.

This ministry develops programs for members and others with disabilities. Our Women's Ministries create witnessing programs, recommend how to make church facilities more accessible, help solve transportation problems and recommend ways to involve members with disabilities. The coordinator of Ministry to People With Disabilities serves as a liaison with organizations providing services for people with disabilities, such as Christian Record Services, and promotes Christian Record Services programs.

The Adventist Youth Society work together in development of a strong youth ministry that includes spiritual, mental, and physical development of each individual, Christian social interaction, and an active witnessing program that supports the general soul-winning plans of the church. The goal of Adventist Youth Society is to involve all youth in activities that will tie them closer to the church and train them for Christian service.

Family ministries upholds the biblical teaching related to the family and lifts up God's ideals for family living. At the same time, it brings an understanding of the brokenness experienced by individuals and families in a fallen world.

The aim of Adventist education is a true knowledge of God, fellowship and companionship with Him in study and service, and likeness to Him in character development.

The Church believes its responsibility to make Christ known to the world includes a moral obligation to preserve human dignity by promoting optimal levels of physical, mental, and spiritual health. In addition to ministering to those who are ill, this responsibility extends to the prevention of disease through effective health education and leadership in promoting optimum health, free of tobacco, alcohol, other drugs, and unclean foods. Where possible, members shall be encouraged to follow a primarily vegetarian diet.