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Manna Park is a church community that seeks to know experience and share the love of Jesus with others. Our church family is comprised of people of different ages, nationalities, vocations and life experiences who love and support one another as we seek to live out God’s awesome plan for us in the world.

Some Manna Park highlights include our Sabbath morning small group Bible studies and children’s programs (Saturday 10:00 am – 11:00 am), our Sabbath morning worship services (Saturday 11:15 am 12:15 pm), our Pathfinder and Adventurer clubs (for children aged 8 – 16), our mid-week Bible study and prayer groups, our family Orchestra, our fun social events, and much more!

Whether you just want to come and casually observe, or connect in a deeper way, there is a place here at Manna Park for you! We hope to see you soon!

Who We are

The Manna Park Seventh-day Adventist Church was officially formed in 2005by a dedicated group of people (from the surrounding areas) in love with Jesus and passionate about sharing Him in the Franklin county area. Manna Park Church is part of a larger Seventh-day Adventist Church that stretches around the world. This global family has nearly 18.5 million members worshiping in 140,000 congregations. It also operates a network of hospitals and schools, and conducts humanitarian work through the Adventist Development and Relief Agency in more than 120 countries.

Check out more about our global church family at spd.adventist.org

What We believe

As Seventh-day Adventists, we embrace the Bible as God’s Word and hence our guide for living and belief. Based on the Bible, we believe God to be a loving God who seeks us and invites us into a relationship with Him. The Bible records the story of God’s pursuit of man and the plan for restoring us to the abundant life He intends for us. Seventh-day Adventists take seriously Jesus declaration that “the thief (Satan) does not come except to steal, and to kill and to destroy. I (Jesus) have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.” (See John 10:10).

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Our Vision

In Revelation 14 we see described the final invitation that God extends to humanity before Jesus returns. This invitation (symbolically depicted as been given by three angels) is the great end-time spreading of the gospel by God’s peoplecoupled with a warning against Satan’s end-time deceptions. This final and climactic invitation and warning are both expressions of God’s love for people and reveals His desire to save them. Itis in this context that we at Manna Park seek…

“To be a loving church community that knows, experiences and shares the love of Jesus.”