Seminary Adventist Heritage Sabbath is a time to draw closer to Jesus and connect with our spiritual roots as Seventh-day Adventists. It takes place at the Historic Adventist Village in Battle Creek. Sabbath School starts at 9:45 and features songs and stories of early Adventism. The divine worship hour often features an individual in church leadership who will share the spoken word with us. Past speakers have included Dan Jackson, President of the North American Division; Ted Wilson, President of the General Conference; and Don Livesay, President of the Lake Union Conference.
We will enjoy lunch together and then in the afternoon have a chance to tour the Adventist Historic Village or join a guided tour of the Oak Hill cemetery with Merlin Burt.
The evening is a very special time the day of Seminary Heritage Sabbath. After enjoying a haystack supper, we have vespers. The vespers service starts with early advent songs and stories with James Nix and ends with a communion and dedication service.
Seminary Heritage Sabbath is an opportunity to see how God has led in the past and apply in our lives the lessons learned. It is also an opportunity to fellowship together at the beginning of the school year and recommit ourselves to faith and service. Come and be inspired!