Sun-Set Brainerd, MN Friday, 05/29/2020: 8:59:52 PM
Click the play button and when done, then go to next video and click that play button.
A) Click Play button Next - Sundown Intro
Intro to the Sabbath - Prepare you family for sun-down services, when ready click opening prayer play button.
B) Click Play button Next - Opening Prayer- Friday, 05/01/2020
Sundown Friday - Opening prayer - Listen to bells, then have opening prayer - Prepare scripture reading time.
C) Click Play button Next - Opening Scripture- Friday, 05/29/2020
Credits provided - BibleGateway.com - Acts 17:17 - Read scripture, then prepare for opening song.
D) Click Play button Next- Friday, 05/01/2020
By Permission, Next - "I Wanna Go To Heaven" Fountain View Academy Sabbath Song - Sing along with song as a group, then prepare for children's story time next.
E) Click Play button Next- Friday, 05/29/2020
By Permission, Your Story Hour | The Angel of the Crimea - Listen to the children's story time. Then prepare for special music time and sing along. There is no videos for these stories so sit back and listen to the story.
F) Closing Song - Friday, 05/29/2020
FountainviewAcademy_ Never Give Up | Fountainview Academy
G) Closing Scripture - Acts 18:4 - Friday, 05/29/2020
H) Closing Prayer- Friday, 05/16/2020
Note: This is our church district churches first sundown vespers. Updates and changes will be made to this page each week and we will have a new children's story again next Friday evening. It is our hope and prayer that as we continue the stay at home status, that you will stay healthy. Happy Sabbath and we look forward to you joining us tomorrow during Sabbath school and worship hour during our live streaming services. May God bless each of you in a very special way!
Now please close your time together in prayer!!
Have someone in your group ask the closing prayer.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America is responding to the tragic killings of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, George Floyd in Minnesota, and other recent events that clearly document the racial divide destroying the quality of life for so many and the very fabric of our democratic society. As Christians we condemn such actions of hate and violence and call for justice to be served for the victims and their families.
Walls of separation that serve to destroy the essential rights of human dignity, self-worth, and freedom have been built up. These rights are required for all Americans to live and thrive in their local communities. Some of those who have been trusted to protect all members of society have broken their solemn pact to serve others; especially those in need. Americans should never have to live in fear of going out in public just because of the color of their skin or their ethnicity. We can and must do better.
We urge all our church members to prayerfully consider how they interact with everyone in their communities. We ask you to speak out against injustice and hatred, just as Jesus did when He was on this earth. We can make a difference for those who are marginalized and betrayed by others, and we must provide a forum for the voices of the victims of hatred and racism. Our actions can speak louder than words. We can lead by example in how we treat others and demand that all people be treated equally and fairly. As the most ethnically-diverse Christian faith in the United States, our voices represent nearly every community in this country. They must be heard as we serve to heal our broken communities with the love and compassion of Jesus.
— North American Division Administration
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