Hi Church Family,


Here's the link for Sabbath School Bible study tomorrow morning. Sabbath June 20,2020.

Topic: Colville SDA Church Sabbath School
Time: Jun 20, 2020 09:30 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Greg Griffitts


Click here for archived devotionals 

"Good News About the Sanctuary and Judgment~IX"

By Pastor Greg Griffitts on June 15, 2020

"Good News About the Sanctuary and Judgment~VIII"

By Pastor Greg Griffitts on June 14, 2020

"Good News About the Sanctuary and Judgment~VII"

By Pastor Greg Griffitts on June 12, 2020

"Good News About the Sanctuary and Judgment~VI"

By Pastor Greg Griffitts on June 11, 2020

"Good News About the Sanctuary and Judgment~V"

By Pastor Greg Griffitts on June 10, 2020

"Good News About the Sanctuary and Judgment~IV"

By Pastor Greg Griffitts on June 9, 2020

"Why Something in Heaven Needs to be Cleansed"

By Pastor Greg Griffitts on June 4, 2020

"The Judgment is at Hand"

By Pastor Greg Griffitts on June 3, 2020

Colville Seventh-day Adventist Church strategies during the coronavirus pandemic


After review of the best information and facts that we have about the virus, and prayerful consideration of the consequences of each choice, the group voted to move ahead with the following plan for our church, out of respect and love for our members and our desire to minimize harm to our congregation and community:

  1. No church services will be held in the sanctuary until after the pandemic has subsided.  The church leadership will inform the congregation of that time.
  2. We will all be watchful for the first documented case of coronavirus in our community and communicate to our church through the church secretary, Judy Ann Hoerler
  3. Church study and prayer services will be available on line through video conferencing (available on computer or smart phone) in the very near future.  The pastor will work on and communicate the mechanism for this service.
  4. Live worship services will be available for those who are working in the community and are at risk for contracting the coronavirus at 250 S Main St, enter through the alley door, at 11 a.m. each Sabbath.  Together, those in attendance will pray for our church and community each week.  Those attending should assume that this is a “contaminated environment” since it will be held in a clinic setting.
  5. The church leaders will divide the church membership into smaller lists for organizational purposes, in order to stay in contact with our members on a regular basis and make sure that the needs of our members are being met.
  6. Community services will be closed during this time, and Pathfinders, Adventurers, and mission events will be postponed until further notice.
  7. Church mail, including “Our Little Friend” and other similar church publications, can be obtained at designated times, which will be communicated by our church secretary.
  8. Hot meals may be restarted in another fashion (e,g,, bag lunches set outside on a table for visitors) but this has yet to be decided, following discussion with leadership of this ministry.
  9. Offerings and tithe can be paid by mailing checks to the church or by paying online.  Details to follow
  10. Board and other church meetings will be held remotely, by teleconference.  Details to follow.


A Worldwide Church Family

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a mainstream Protestant church with approximately 19 million members worldwide, including more than one million members in North America. The Adventist Church operates 173 hospitals and sanitariums and more than 7,500 schools around the world. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) works within communities in more than 130 countries to provide community development and disaster relief.