Adventist Church Ministries

Our world church ministries provide support and development structures to meet the needs of the members of the various demographic groups in the church as well as the wider community. Here is a sample:

PCM envisions to inspire and transform Seventh-day Adventist students into campus ambassadors through intentional mentoring and discipleship. To this end, PCM will provide a ministry presence and nurturing environment for students, both on campuses and in local churches, utilizing communities of mentors who are committed in caring and mentoring/discipling the students. Follow Jesus, embrace His mission, change the world one life at a time!

This blog is dedicated to connecting teen girls to God and tackling tough issues that challenge them every day. Follow us to be inspired and uplifted. Use #Gorgeous2God to connect with us. Or follow us on Instagram: @Gorgeous2God

We welcome anyone who suffers from addiction or struggles with emotional or mental health challenges, as well as anyone with a family member or loved one struggling with these daily challenges. Whether you are clean and sober, or simply have a desire to be, we are here for you. We are dedicated to the principles of anonymity and confidentiality, and share our experiences, strength and hope in a safe place. Browse our website and find resources, learn more about our ministry, schedule events, give back and more!

The Department of Women's Ministries exists to uphold, encourage, and challenge Adventist women in their pilgrimage as disciples of Jesus Christ and members of His world church.

Adventurers is an activity-based program for children aged 4-9 run by trained volunteers. It is a family-based program designed to support parents/caregivers and provide Bible-based learning and new skills for children, all in a safe, Christian environment. Adventurer Clubs are found in local churches the world over and are open to all.


Pathfinders is an activity-based organisation designed for children aged 10-15. It is an international organisation sponsored by local Seventh-day Adventist churches, and operated by trained volunteers.
 It is open to all and aids in the development of leadership and teamwork skills through enjoyable and engaging problem-solving experiences in a safe, Christian environment. There is a focus on developing practical skills and environmental awareness through outdoor activities. Also promoted and encouraged is a healthy lifestyle that says no to harmful substances and practices.

For more information on these and other children's and youth ministries, visit your local or regional Adventist church website.