The Placerville Seventh-day Adventist Church has a long history dating back to 1874. Over the years our church has obviously changed a great deal, and we hope that we will always continue to change as our opportunities and the needs of the community change. We would love to have you come and change with us.
9 am - 12 pm
Our Community Services is open on Wednesday mornings, 9am - 12pm for guests to come and receive food & clothing that they need.
We don't know what your
experience with Seventh-day
Adventists have been in the
past, but whether you are a
happy, life-long member
of the church, someone who
has been deeply hurt in the
past, or you are simply
seeking for a deeper experience
with God with little or no previous Adventist contact, we think you'll like what you find here and in our worship. The bottom line is: you are welcome, you are needed, and you will find Christ in the center of all we do.
Class Study - 9:30 to 10:30am
Church at Study - 10:45am
Everyone is welcome...
Voice - (530) 622-2446
Mid-Week battery charging: Join us Wednesday nights at 7:00 pm for a rich time of personal revival and prayer at our
Mid-Week Connection. We meet in room 303. You will be blessed!
Children’s church is starting up again. It will be every 3rd Sabbath of the month. Be “a living sacrifice” and help minister to our little ones. Even if your children are grown and gone, we encourage you to come and have fun with the children on the 3rd Sabbath. Contact Robert Fuller at firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know to expect you.
Moms, bring your kids to a fun afternoon activity Sunday, December 8th at 3 pm here at the church. We’ll be having Christmas cookies and cocoa and making Christmas tree ornaments. Kids any age welcome; we’ll be meeting in the Cradle Roll room so little ones can play while we craft. All craft supplies will be provided. Please bring a dozen cookies to share.
Please RSVP to Holly Easterbrook at 530-295-1085.
Children’s Church Food Collection - For the next two months the food we collect will be donated to local families to help them enjoy their holiday meals - Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. Since many of the local food banks will be closed for the holidays our community has a special need during this time. Preferred donations include boxed mashed potatoes, canned gravy, peas, corn, yams, cranberry sauce, boxed cake mix and other fixings for holiday meals.
Dec. 7 - “What If Jesus Had Never Come?” – Ron Mellor
Dec. 14 - Christmas Program –
Dec. 21- Christmas Service
Dec. 28 - Communion – Ron Mellor