With a passion and zeal for a lost and hurting world, the Middletown Seventh-day Adventist Church is looking for ways to build bridges to a secular society through relationships. We aim to take a different approach in reaching out and helping people along their journey. We stress the importance of healthy relationships and cultural relevancy to communicate the gospel message. For these reasons we believe it is by investing time and energy in becoming a healthy community of faith that God’s church will then grow naturally.
Who Are We?
Middletown is a multi-generational and culturally diverse church comprised of people from all walks of life…
- We are accountants and musicians.
- We are students and we are teachers.
- We are pilots and carpenters.
- We are doctors and nurses.
- We are corporate professionals, homemakers, and retail clerks.
- We are physical therapists, dentists, and artists.
- We are grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, children, and friends.
- Most of all, we are a church family whose love for each other is defined by our love for the Lord Jesus Christ. “We love, because He first loved us.” 1 John 4.19.
Stay Connected with Us
The Middletown SDA Church works hard to stay connected with it's congregation, here and abroad. If you would like to stay connected with us, here are some of the best ways.
Each Sabbath, our services are recorded and shared here for your convenience. Find out how you can get your copy.
Join us for our Annual Community Christmas Concert, featuring our guest artist Message of Mercy on December 7, 2019 at 5PM.
Join us for a five-week prophecy seminar (weekends ONLY) designed for those who desire to study God's Word more deeply, especially the books of Daniel and Revelation. During this seminar, we systematically study many of the major topics millions keep asking about. We will find Biblical answers to: How can we know when Jesus will come? If God is so loving, why is there so many bad things happening in our world? Is the United States in Bible Prophecy and if so where? How do I study the Bible for myself?