The Lewisham Lions and Cubs is the name of our Adventurer Club, Pathfinder Club, a Teen Leadership Training Program & Drum Corps. all led by a Senior Club Director and a team of Invested or training MasterGuides.
The Sabbath School Department is primarily concerned with training and equipping Sabbath School teachers, leaders and superintendents to effectively teach and train in their local churches.
Improving and maintaining your health is a top priority for the Lewisham Adventist Church. From support groups to classes to Health Fairs, there are many different ways to learn more about good health at Lewisham
There is power in prayer. Come and join us for our Prayer Power Hour of prayer and praise. We welcome one and all to Lewisham Prayer ministries times of prayer. If you have any prayer requests or you would like us to pray for any request of yours, you can contact us through the Contact Us page.
Many of us hear the word family and think of the stereotypical family with Dad, Mum, two children, a dog, a car and a house in the suburbs. This is a family, but it represents only a small minority of the families in our society today. Both the bible and the contemporary behavioral sciences offer.
The purpose of the Adventist Youth Society is to facilitate and support the ministry of the Church in winning, training, holding, and reclaiming its youth. It is the goal of the Adventist Youth Society to involve all young people in meaningful activities.
At Lewisham we love music and there are quite a few groups, choirs and chorales that you can participate in or you can listen to hear the Gospel message through song. Our church choir is the flagship musical group of our church.
Our aim as men, is to encourage each other to win souls for the kingdom, to be Christ-like leaders, in and outof the home and therefore, bond within the fold of God. By actively being apart of this ministry, individuals will be able to see us emulating thecharacter of Jesus Christ, by the love and compassion we manifest to others.
There are over one hundred and sixty women mentioned in the Bible. Although not all of their names were written down, their deeds were, thus showing us the part they, too, played in history.