Announcements

  • Voted at General Conference Session

    Announced by Jacquie Biloff on Jul 07 2015

    Elder Ted Wilson is reelected as president of the General Conference.

    Dan Jackson is reelected as president of the North American Division.

    Tom Lemon, the MAUC president, is elected as one the GC's general VPs, and Duane McKey, whose wife Kathy is a Dakota girl, is the new personal ministries director.

  • Women's Ministry Weekend

    Announced by Jacquie Biloff on Jul 07 2015

    The 27th annual Dakota Conference Women's Retreat will be September 11 - 13, 2015 at the Rushmore Holiday Inn in Rapid City, SD. The theme for the weekend is Serving with Joy. The featured speaker is Wanda Grimes Davis, a staff chaplain at Florida Hospital in Orlando FL.

    Please click on the Women's Ministry tab for more information. 
  • Men's Ministry Weekend

    Announced by Jacquie Biloff on Jul 07 2015

    The 2nd annual Black Hills Men's Retreat will be held at Flag Mountain Camp out of Hill City, South Dakota September 11 - 13, 2015. The theme for the weekend is Spiritual Warefare - Biblical Truth and Personal Realities. Pastor Conrad Vine, president of Adentist Frontier Missions will be the guest speaker.

    Please click the Men's Ministry tab for more information. 
  • Statement on Supreme Court Decision

    Announced by Jacquie Biloff on Jun 26 2015

    Statement on Supreme Court Decision on Same-Sex Marriage


    The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday, June 26, released its decision legalizing same-sex marriage across the United States.
     
    Even with the Supreme Court’s decision, the Seventh-day Adventist Church maintains its fundamental belief that marriage was divinely established in Eden and affirmed by Jesus to be a lifelong union between a man and a woman.
     
    While the church respects the opinions of those who may differ, it will continue to teach and promote its biblically based belief of marriage between a man and a woman.
     
    The Seventh-day Adventist Church believes that all people, regardless of race, gender, and sexual orientation are God’s children and should be treated with civility, compassion, and Christ-like love.

     
    More information on the Adventist Church’s belief on marriage can be found at http://www.adventist.org/information/official-statements/statements/article/go/0/marriage/30/