Frequently Asked Questions
What does your church believe?
You may find a summary of our beliefs on our about page.
What should I expect during the service?
Our worship service often has worshipful congregational singing, a prayer, a special item, a children’s story, and a message from the speaker.
What should I wear?
We invite you to come as you are, we want you to feel comfortable. People who attend our church come from all walks of life. The dress will range from jeans and a shirt to a suit or dress. It’s between you and God.
Is the church wheelchair accessible?
Yes, our building has a ramp at the back for wheelchairs.
What type of music do you sing?
We sing both traditional hymns and contemporary praise and worship songs. There is something for everyone!
What happens when I arrive?
You’ll be made to feel at home. Our friendly ushers will direct you as you enter the church, you may ask them for directions or any questions you may have.
Do you cater for my children?
Yes, we have programmes for your children during Sabbath School. Visit the community page for more info. The family worship service is designed for both children and adults. We have a Chidlren’s Story and sometimes the children may sing a song or share a bible verse. We encourage families to sit and worship together.
We also have an area for mothers to feed their babies while watching the service.
What language do speak? Yo no hablo Ingles! (I don’t speak English)
Our service is in English, but we have a number of non-english adult Sabbath School classes including Spanish, Cook Island, Chinese and Filipino. We also have an interpreter during the worship service for Spanish speaking people as well as chinese interpretation. Ask about a headset when you arrive.
Where can I find the Sabbath School Lesson?
The current adult Sabbath School Study Guide can be found at www.ssnet.org/lessons/current.html
Are there other Sabbath-keeping churches in the Hutt?
Yes! There is the Hutt Valley Samoan SDA Church on the corner of Cooper and Molesworth St in Taita as well as The Mission on Russel St in Upper Hutt.