to the
Klamath Falls Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Join us every Saturday
for Worship Service at 11:00 am.
Right now, social distancing is observed.

This Sabbath we will go "Live" at 11:00 am 
Message: “Is Obedience Legalism?”
with David Moore
Join us as we seek the Lord on His Sabbath day!
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Also, check out the links below for Sabbath School!


You are invited to worship God with us every Saturday 
(Gen 2:2, Exodus 20:8)
1735 Main Street, Klamath Falls, OR

Pastor's Corner

Greetings Saints,
There is an obvious restlessness in the church family to be physically together again. This is as it should be. We have lived all our lives in freedom with the independence to move about and meet freely, unlike some other countries. It is natural, being restricted as we are, to push back. As you know, some churches in Oregon have challenged the Governor’s right to restrict churches as she has. They won only to have that court decision over-ruled by a higher court.
Some folks gained heart when our President declared churches, synagogues, and mosques “essential”, and called on Governors to allow churches to open up immediately. I appreciate someone sending me a link to the President’s message which I listened to carefully a number of times. It certainly resonates with many frustrated Christians.
The Seventh-day Adventist churches in this district are part of a much larger church family called the Oregon Conference. We will work in harmony with the rest of the Church in Oregon to open our church buildings ASAP under Oregon Conference guidelines.
CHILOQUIN members will be notified when a plan is in place to begin opening up the church building. 
BONANZA church building is open for Wednesday night prayer meeting at 6:30 p.m., Women’s Ministries prayer group Monday mornings at 10:30 and other groups of less than 25 under Conference guidelines. 
KLAMATH FALLS Fellowship Hall is open to groups of less than 25 people when scheduled through the church office beginning with Wednesday Night Worship at 6:30 p.m. The committee designated by the Church Board to facilitate opening up our facilities has spent hours planning and working to make this possible. Opening up the church building under the guidelines we have is not logistically practical under phase #1.
Thank you for being like Paul, Daniel, and many martyrs and saints who, over the years, have honored government orders in everything that didn’t violate God’s word. “Here is the patience of the saints; here are those who keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus” Rev. 14:12
We are looking forward to being together soon.
Pastor Jim & Melody
June 2020 

Sabbath School Links April 18 Lesson 3

Kindergarten 2nd Quarter Lesson 3 April 18

The Woman At the Well

Aunt Frenita video: https://vimeo.com/40382017

Gracelink Kindergarten helps: https://www.gracelink.net/kindergarten

Object Lesson: https://vimeo.com/402769944/f1742ffda7

Craft Lesson: https://vimeo.com/407771589/c372fe71de

Primary 2nd Quarter Lesson 3 April 18

He Is Risen

Aunt Frenita video: https://vimeo.com/160561539

Gracelink Kindergarten helps: https://www.gracelink.net/primary

Object Lesson: https://youtu.be/YiwYPjVzZys

Craft Lesson: https://vimeo.com/407783230/c6ef7d6611

Note: Cradle Roll 2 options: https://youtu.be/pLrpaHn2kr8 or https://youtu.be/VWIUu1sQvOs 
Subscribe to these channels to get more lessons

Other Resources For Kids
• Find more than 450 ideas for family Sabbath activities.
• Check out Bible Heroes The Game, available in English and Spanish on the App Store.
• For videos, activity pages, and coloring sheets, download the Bible App for Kids, available on the App Store and Google Play.
• Try this Bible Coloring Book for Kids on the App Store.
• Watch “Storytime with Sherri & Gerry” every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on Children’s Ministries NAD Facebook Live.
• Try out a bunch of different science activities.
• Watch Growing Together Sabbath School, produced by the Southeastern California Conference Youth Department.

Click the link below for a message from
Pastor Jim Osborne and head elder Fabio Rivera

Below are some alternate resources for Sabbath services, but we highly encourage reaching out to each other, 
especially the elderly, to encourage and serve. If you know someone who is staying home due to illness or just trying to stay healthy, maybe a trip to the grocery store or to pick up medication might be appreciated.
A phone call would be great to stay in touch!

Here are a few alternative sources for a Sabbath blessing:

Sumtv.org     (Steven Bohr teachings)
Amazingdiscoveries.tv   (Walter Veith teachings)
Apocalypseministries.org  (APTV) 
Amazingfacts.org  (doug batchelor)
Newstart.com   for information from DR Neil Neddley on how fight the coronavirus with natural remedies.

We pray for God’s will to be done, and strength through the Holy Spirit to be on us all as we navigate these interesting times in which we live.
May God bless you!

Stay tuned, when once again...
Everyone will be welcome to worship, visit
and study the scriptures with us
Sabbath School normally starts at 9:30 am.
Worship service normally starts at 11:00 am.