Adventist Youth Society (AYS)

The Adventist Youth Society.  Making disciples from adolescence to young adults.


The story of the Adventist Youth Society began over 125 years ago along a dusty country lane in Michigan with two young boys kneeling in prayer. Today that dusty lane has become a world-wide web of highways that links over 10 million Seventh-day Adventist young people in nearly every political entity on every continent of the globe. This story comes in every hue of the rainbow; it is filled with extremes of exhilaration and mountaintop experiences, as well as deep sadness and unfulfilled dreams. This is the story of God’s leading a fascinating army down through the battles of the great over arching conflict that is life as we know it now.


Created by youth for youth.


AY MISSION:

The salvation of youth through Jesus Christ. We understand youth ministry to be that work of the church that is conducted for, with, and by young people.

 

AY AIM:

The Advent message to all the world in my generation.


AY MOTTO:

The love of Christ constrains me.

 

AY PLEDGE:

Loving the Lord Jesus, I promise to take an active part in the youth ministry of the church, doing what I can to help others and to finish the work of the Gospel in all the world.

 







DeJuan N. Knight, M.Div.

Office Hours: 

TBA

 

Pastor's Contact Info:

(m) 502.468.4968

 

 

Church Address:

1275 East Jordan Street

Pensacola, FL 32503

(p) 850.432.4610

(f)  850.432.4607

 

Prayer Line & Conf Calls:

6 AM

Dial 605.475.5900

Enter Pin 599266

(Must dial from a cell phone)

 

Head Clerk:

Annease Clay

(e) jordanstreetclerk@hotmail.com 

 

Asst Clerk:

Ashley Phillips

Weekly Services

Wednesday Services:

Prayer Meeting - 6:30 PM

 

Sabbath Services:

Early Sabbath Service - 9:30 AM

Lesson Study - 9:45 AM 

Divine Worship - 10:50 AM 

AYS - One hour before sunset (or as announced)

Transportation

Church Van Drivers:

Raquel Harris - 850.401.0033

Chester Randall - 850.453.9238 or 850.525.4971

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