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Leading people into a maturing new life in Jesus Christ

I’m New Here

We all were new, at one time, and we remember what it’s like. So we’ve provided some helpful information below, in the hopes that your visit will be pleasant and you’ll know what to expect.

Edmonds Adventist Church exists to encourage others in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Our facility dates back to the 1970’s, established by the Washington Conference of Seventh Day Adventists.

Our worship leaders strive to meet people where they are with a relevant spiritual focus and contemporary music.

Our spiritual leadership and interim pastor (John Brunt) have a very Christ centered ministry focus. You can listen to recent sermons or see pastoral recent articles.

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See location and directions at the base of this page. We look forward to worshiping with you soon.

Help on Saturdays

Our facility has ample parking and seating for our average 180-250 attendees but we can seat over 400 in the sanctuary.

If you have questions about worship or Bible Study classes, ask a greeter stationed at one of the main entrances.

If you need to talk or pray with someone about a personal struggle, Pastor John or any of our prayer team would be happy to speak with you after the worship service or you are welcome to attend the early morning (9am) prayer session in the South Hall. In addition, you may ask anyone to speak with an elder and you will be directed to a caring individual who can listen, pray with you, and offer encouragement.

Getting Connected

Getting connected at Edmonds Adventist Church is about relationships that get beneath the surface. Those kinds of relationships won’t come simply by attending worship services. They take time and effort.

One way to get connected is to join a small group. Seniors meet on Wednesday mornings at 10:30am for prayer together and monthly on the first Monday of each month for a special program and potluck lunch.  Contact us about other small groups available.

Serving others also deepens your relationship with God and people. We offer a variety of service opportunities that will connect you with a team of staff and volunteers who work together in serving others and God.

Finally, you can engage with others through life learning and growth and recovery *programs. From managing money to building a stronger marriage, these programs will help you know God and build relationships with His people. (*None offered at this time. Call 425-771-5302 to find out about the next offered growth and learning opportunity if not posted.)

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