Payson Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Welcome to the Payson Seventh-day Adventist Church website. I am delighted you are taking a few moments to learn more about our church family. As a church, we believe that Jesus Christ died for our sins and that salvation is a free gift. This is the good news of the Gospel that we want to share with the world! Every person who enters our door is important to us. We believe in strong relationships and fellowship. We also believe in serving our community. Our mission is "to teach the good news of Jesus in our community and beyond so all will come to know, trust, and share the truths of the Bible in word and action." Our prayer and hope is that everyone will feel loved and welcome at Payson SDA Church.
Please stop by our church on Saturday morning, we’d love to get to know you.
May the Lord richly bless you,
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Subject: STAND FIRM
When right principles are despised and forsaken, then the true and loyal will show their warmest zeal and deepest love; then they will stand most firmly for truth, unpopular though it be....
The Lord is coming.... Let us be consistent; let our works correspond with our profession of faith.
The Review and Herald, November 29, 1881.
700 E. Wade Lane
Payson AZ 85541
Who We Are
As a Christian church, Seventh-day Adventists are a faith community rooted in the beliefs described by the Holy Scriptures.
"Our vision is to lead the community in spiritual transformation, Christian service, and fellowship."
Visitors and guests are always welcome!
Praise Service 9:30 - 9:45 a.m.
Sabbath School 9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
Church Service 11:00 - 12:00 p.m
Friday Evening Vespers 5:00-7:00 p.m
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The local church was founded in 1970 by Gar and Eleanor Baybrook who lived and worked in Phoenix but came to Payson every weekend to hold bible studies with a few interested residents.
As interest developed they were able to form a company of believers and then, upon retirement, moved here permanently, and started Leaves of Autumn Book Store. They were then able to get the classification of an actual church. and meetings were held for several years in the upstairs of the book store.
In 1979 the local members decided to start an elementary church school and built a school house on property that Baybrook had purchased on East Wade Lane.
The following year work was started on building a sanctuary building on the adjoining property.
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