SASDAC THIS WEEK
November 17, 2021 
 
SASDAC HYBRID (IN PERSON & ONLINE) WORSHIP THIS WEEKEND, November
19-20
 
Children’s & Youth Sabbath School on Zoom:   9:30 a.m. to 10:25 a.m.
 
Adult Sabbath School – In person: 10:00 am
Divine Service:               11:00 a.m.
 
VESPERS SERVICE: Mrs. Saleena Yedla will be the speaker this Friday, November 19.
 
DIVINE SERVICE: Pastor Franklin David will be the speaker this Sabbath, November 20.
 
SASDAC HERNDON: Pastor Paulasir Abraham will be the speaker this Sabbath, November 20.
 
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE SAFETY GUIDELINES
 
1.   Please wear a mask at all times for the safety of others and yourself. If you have forgotten your mask, a new one will be provided. Sanitizers are placed at different stations, please use them.
 
2.   We will be using only upper level. The basement door will remain closed. 
 
3.   Please Maintain a minimum of six feet of physical distance from one another and follow the posted signs. 
 
4.   Members are requested to leave the building right after the Divine Service is over. Please do not remain in the sanctuary or congregate in the narthex. 
 
5. Parents are requested to keep their children with them at all times. 
 
6.   If you are sick, have any health conditions, have come in contact with Covid-19 patients or anyone in your house has come in contact with Covid-19 patients, we request that you stay home and worship with us online
 
ADULT SABBATH SCHOOL LESSON STUDY – In person.
10:10am – 10:55am
 
Please attend any one of the three classes.
 
Class I: 
Zoom ID 240-954-4859, Password: SASDAC
Lead Teacher –Mr. Johnny Varghese
Location: Prayer Chapel
 
Class II: 
Lead Teacher –Dr. Vijayan Charles
Location: Left Rear Sanctuary
 
Class III:
Lead Teachers – Pastor J. S. Navarose/Mr. Sam Velpula
Location: Right Rear Sanctuary
 
Young Adults 
Location: Choir Room
 
Collegiate: Zoom ID: 914-794-261,
Password: 984935V
Location: Pre-School Room
 
 
CHILDREN & YOUTH ZOOM SABBATH SCHOOL
 
Beginners & Kindergarten
Zoom ID: 873-9268-9177
Password: 838628
 
Primary I
Zoom ID: 590-814-3966
Password: SASDAC
 
Primary II
Zoom ID: 774-079-9930
Password: SASDAC
 
Juniors 
Zoom ID: 850-578-8823
Password: SASDAC
 
Earliteens
Zoom ID: 839-4902-6782,
No Password required
 
Youth – Zoom ID: 225-024-8896,
No Password required
 
JOB OPENING: Adventist Risk Management has a career opportunity for Claims Examiner. If interested, please contact Human Resources Team at 301-453-6983 0r email your resume to rfiddis@adventistrisk.org
 
HOUR OF POWER is held on Wednesdays from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. via zoom. Zoom ID: 240-954-4859. 
 
SASDAC HOMES OF HOPE PRAYER MEETINGS SCHEDULE
 
Leaders: Pastor & Mrs. J. S. Navarose
Mondays, 7:30p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Zoom ID:  782-332-8674
Password: SASDAC
 
Leaders: Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Wilson
Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Zoom ID: 774-079-9930
Password: SASDAC
 
Leaders: Pastor & Mrs. Paulasir Abraham
Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Zoom ID: 899-929-2359
Password: No password
 
Leaders: Mr. & Mrs. Daniel James
Saturdays. 6:45 p.m.
Zoom ID: 320-260-4537
No Password
 
Pastor’s Blog
My Dad often held evangelistic meetings in places he was called to minister. I was one of the little ones who went around advertising his meetings with a poster that often carried the title: “Is Peace Possible?” I don’t remember what he preached because I was in the front sitting on the floor exchanging marbles with other kids and graduated to operating the gramophone as I grew older. Most of you will not know anything about a manually operated Gramophone. Over the years, I often wondered about that title. Is peace really possible in a world filled with turmoil? It was President Woodrow Wilson who established the League of Nations with a hope of bringing about world peace. After World War II, the United Nations was formed to bring about world peace. But we all are aware, it has been generations of just talk and no peace.

 
Many years ago, children from around the globe collected and donated coins from around the world which were made into a United Nation Peace Bell. The theme and desire was, long live absolute world peace. That bell is rung every year on this day, November 17, the World Peace Day. But I wonder if absolutepeace is possible in this world? I remember reading somewhere that, at a peace conference, the question was posed: “How can we achieve peace?” Thousands of answers were sent to the organizers. The winning answer had just two words: “Try Jesus.”
 
Over the years, I have grown to come to this conclusion, peace is not the absence of problems in our lives, rather peace is the presence of the Prince of Peace in our lives. So “Try Jesus.”  Jesus said: “My peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you, not as the world giveth, give I unto you.” So hang on to Jesus, He will come to take us home one day and with Him we can live for eternity in perfect peace
 
Shalom, Shalom!
 
Franklin G. David
 
“See the invisible, hear the inaudible, believe the incredible, and think the unthinkable.”