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Three Church Facilities Dedicated

posted on December 05, 2013, under Church by

by Gladys Neigel

God is opening new doors in new facilities for His work to grow and prosper in Florida. During the month of October, three buildings were dedicated.

Bethsaïda Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Bethsaïda Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Bethsaïda
On October 26, members and friends gathered for the dedication of this Creole-speaking church congregation that was born into existence on January 5, 2013, after the merger of Shiloh and Morijah Churches in Miami, Fla. The dedicatory sermon was presented by Duane Rollins, Florida Conference treasurer.

Lay pastor Wesle Pierre shepherds this flock of 158 members. The church building at 10185 NW 7th Avenue in Miami was previously occupied by another denomination and, before that, a funeral home.

Fort Lauderdale Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Fort Lauderdale Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Fort Lauderdale
During the weekend of October 18-20, Fort Lauderdale members realized the fulfillment of a 27-year dream to dedicate a new sanctuary. Since 1986, the adjacent fellowship hall has served the 297 members as a place of worship.

Pastor Jeffrey Thompson led the weekend celebration that included guest speakers George Brown, former Inter-American Division president; Henoc Paulicin, Florida Conference ministerial field secretary; and Conrad Duncan, Florida Conference vice president for general administration.

Jupiter-Tequesta Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Jupiter-Tequesta Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Jupiter-Tequesta
Jupiter-Tequesta Church dedicated its new facility on October 11 as the first step in a building program that will eventually include a sanctuary. Florida Conference President Mike Cauley was the speaker for the worship service.

Church members currently are meeting in their fellowship hall. The campus provides ample seating, parking, classrooms, and amenities for the 115-member congregation under the direction of Pastor Richard Moseley.


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