The Chetwynd Seventh-day Adventist Church operates a thriving K-12 school as their primary outreach arm to the community. Each day, in addition to providing support, an education, and opportunities for outreach, teachers and volunteers also have an opportunity to share their faith with over 100 students.
In partnership with Peace Christian School, the Chetwynd Seventh-day Adventist Church organizes a four race series to promote healthy living and new friendships throughout the local community. These races include the Ghost Mountain Grunt trail run in September, the Loopee mountain bike race in May, and the Junior and Senior Adventure Races in June.
For many years now, the Chetwynd Seventh-day Adventist Church has been operating an emergency food closet to assist those in need. If you or somebody you know is experiencing a difficult time, our Adventist Community Services are here for you.
The Community Services Emergency Food Closet offers free groceries and perishable food items to anyone in need. Serves Chetwynd and surrounding areas. Please call to access services.
Contact Amy at: (250)788-9658 or Cheryl at (250)788-3494
Every second Sabbath of the month during the school year, Chetwynd Seventh-day Adventist Church puts on a special Children's Church program for those age 3 and up. Children's Church is an opportunity for the kids to spend the service time together learning about God through stories, songs, snacks, and crafts! It's something to look forward to!
The last Friday night of each month during the school year brings us together for a special youth vespers program. Powerful worship music, skits from the Drama class, and a short talk from one of PCS's awesome staff make this one hour program the perfect way to kick off your weekend and welcome the Sabbath day.
To confirm dates, check out www.peacechristianschool.ca/calendar/
Short term student mission opportunities are a staple of our outreach at Chetwynd Seventh-day Adventist Church. From Honduras, to Tonga, to the Philippines, Chetwynd SDA has regularly supported students from PCS to participate in these service-based adventures.