Meet and Affirm the Adventist World Church - March 17

Doing God’s Work in God’s Way! is the theme for World Church Affirmation Sabbath’s (WCAS) first quarterly event of 2018. 

It will occur on Sabbath afternoon, March 17.  This laity-led event will be held simultaneously in eight churches across five states from 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm (each in their own time zones) with lay-speakers all simultaneously presenting the following topics:

  • Facing Wickedness in High Places
  • Revival of True Godliness
  • Heart-Rending Prayer

A portion if the meeting time will be used for break-out sessions and interactive discussion regarding the topics presented, with a special season of prayer for the world church.  A light supper will be provided for all guests attending.


Events will be held in the following locations:

  • Arkansas-Louisiana Conference --- Clinton SDA Church
  • Northern California Conference --- Sacramento Central SDA Church
  • Texico Conference --- Grants SDA Church
  • Oregon Conference --- Shady Point SDA Church, Winston SDA Church
  • Upper Columbia Conference --- Heppner SDA Church, Newport SDA Church, Stateline SDA Church

World Church Affirmation Sabbath (WCAS) was established by a small group of laity convicted of the importance of affirming the Seventh-day Adventist Church – sounding a solid voice of support.  The WCAS mission states:

World Church Affirmation Sabbath (WCAS) exists to affirm the leadership of the General Conference and the beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church around the world.
We affirm these beliefs in accordance with the teachings of the Holy Bible and
the writings of Ellen G. White.
We share this mission with like-minded Adventists who choose to stand for these beliefs and
share the Three Angel's Messages with the world; that the world may become of Christ convicted, to Christ committed, for Christ compelled.

The goal of WCAS is to grow the message of world church affirmation across the NAD and abroad, by encouraging, activating, connecting and educating laity in church involvement and support.   It’s a wake-up call.  Not an “out-reach” but an “in-reach.”

Guided by its 10 principles of action (see website), WCAS encourages convicted laity to go to the WCAS website at for information on how to plan and host a WCAS event in your church.  Contact people on this site will walk you step-by-step through the planning process of your own local church event. 

Become an active part of World Church Affirmation Sabbath.  Join your voice with WCAS, upholding the Seventh-day Adventist world church.  The church is the bride of Christ, precious to His heart and worthy of our support and affirmation.

See you there!



Janet Lundeen Neumann is retired and lives in College Place, Washington near her children and grandchildren.