Our Sabbath services take place every Saturday morning at set times, starting with Sabbath School at 9:10 am and finishing with Divine Worship ending around 12:30pm.

Sabbath School, 9:10am – 10:40am

Sabbath School provides full religious education for church members through a systematic study of God’s Word. The bible study guides are appropriate for various ages or inabilities (e.g. visually impaired) as follows:

  • Children (Beginner, Kindergarten, Primary)
  • Juniors / Teens (10 – 14)
  • Youth (14 – 18)
  • Young Adult
  • Adult
  • Adult New Converts

Divine Service, 11:00am – 12.30pm

The Sabbath worship service is the most important church meeting. Members gather weekly to unite in worshipping God in a spirit of praise and thanksgiving, to hear the Word of God, to gather strength and grace to fight the battles of life, and to learn God’s will in soul-winning service. Items during this service:

  • Announcements
  • Welcome
  • Special Song Service
  • Hymns
  • Children's Story
  • Tithes and Offerings
  • Congregational Prayer
  • Sermon
  • Hymns
  • Benediction

Communion / Ordinance

As a Christian Church, we celebrate the Lord’s Communion service once every quarter (3 times during the year) during Divine Worship. The service includes the Ordinance of foot-washing followed by the Lord’s Supper. The spiritual experience that lies at the heart of foot-washing lifts it from being a common custom to being a sacred ordinance. It conveys a message of forgiveness, acceptance, assurance, and solidarity, primarily from Christ to the believer, but also between the believers themselves. This message is expressed in an atmosphere of humility (Church Manual, p123,124).

Only unfermented grape juice and unleavened bread are appropriate for use in the communion service, because these emblems represent Christ's unblemished sacrifice. Nothing corrupted by fermentation, the symbol of sin and death, can represent the “Lamb without blemish and without spot.” (1 Peter 1:19).

Sabbath Lunch

Every week following the Divine service, our Brentwood family fellowship downstairs. We enjoy the catch up at the end of the week, this is a great social occasion for our resident cooks to provide very delicious array of vegetarian meals after a long morning of services. On occasion, there are healthy desserts on offer to extend the time there. Come along and join us in this very friendly and vibrant environment.


Seventh-day Adventists accept the Bible as the only source of our beliefs. We consider our movement to be the result of the Protestant conviction Sola Scriptura—the Bible as the only standard of faith and practice for Christians.

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