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Food Pantries and KitchensClick here for a full list of Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens that are operating and those that are temporarily closed in Northeastern Conference.

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Adventist Giving is a convenient and efficient way to return your tithes and offerings online. Listed below are instructions and links to inform you how to give online and download the Adventist Giving app.

Step-by-Step Online Giving Instructions

  1. Go to https://www.AdventistGiving.org or www.northeastern.org and in the top righthand corner, click ONLINE GIVING
  2. In the space under the words "to get started..." type in Your Church Name or Northeastern Conference 
  3. In the Tithe section, type in your amount for the tithe 
  4. In the Local Church section, type in your offering amount.
  5. If your church has special giving categories, you can click "More Offering Categories" and select donation category and click "Back to Envelope" 
  6. Review your total giving amount at the bottom of the “envelope” and click Continue at the bottom of the page
  7. You can then either log in or complete the registration process. 
  8. After following the prompts for registering your information and/or logging in, you will see a confirmation page. Follow the prompts to complete your donation.
  9. You will receive a confirmation email/receipt of your tithe and offering amount.

* If you submit donation as a Guest your tithe and offering will be recorded as anonymous and it will be difficult for you to get a tithe receipt.

 

Other Links for Adventist Giving Instructions

Adventist Giving Portal

Adventist Giving App Instructions

Adventist Giving Intructional Video

Jamaica SDA Church

Presently, Jamaica Church has over ten persons affected by the virus. We have one member deceased, an elderly shut-in at a nursing home. There several members of our church family who have lost family members to the virus.

We have many glorious reasons to celebrate as many of our members have recovered from the virus and are still going through the healing process.

As a church family, we established a Constant In Prayer at 12:00 noon each day and the Seven Days around the COVID-19 Wall.

Our worship services, pastoral counseling support services have moved to online through using the Zoom platform. We continue to serve the Jamaica-Queens Community through our Food Pantry on Sundays with our volunteers having the necessary productive equipment.

For this coming Mid-Week Prayer Service we will be having a session with the NEC & Queens Health Ministries with Dr. Heather McBride, RN, NPD, teaching our members to boost their immune system.

This coming Sabbath, April 11th, we will focus on two social issues directly and indirectly relating to the COVID19. Those issues are, CENSUS2020 for rebuilding after COVID19 and filing for COVID related unemployment. We will be having several social workers having the conversations relating to these pertinent issues.

We continue to pray while we #StayClean #StayClear #StayCovered during COVID19.

 

by Pastor Rohan K. Spencer, Jamaica SDA Church

East New York SDA

Like all other congregations, East New York SDA Church is forced to adjust our operations. Because of logistics we have had to close the food pantry. We presently present do all of our services (church, prayer meeting, board and departmental meetings) via various social media tools such as Google Classroom, conference calls and other technology. 

East New York SDA church has a large population of elderly members and many of them have been sick for a few weeks now. Those members have quarantined themselves. While most of them are slowly getting better, we presently have a few members who tested positive for the virus. Sadly, we have lost two members to the virus and at this time the church is in mourning.

Since we are now doing everything online, the children's ministry has created a Google classroom with activities to keep the younger ones engaged. The youth department has started a weekly meeting on Mondays and we have had non-Adventists joining in that meeting. To help with the socializing, after vespers on Sabbath evening, we leave the conference line open for the members to talk with each other, (just like they would after service). The elders also meet twice per week for prayer and we come together as a church for Friday evening vespers and our regular Wednesday night and Sabbath meetings.

by Pastor Raymond Alcock, East New York Church

Get In Touch

  •   115-50 Merrick Blvd, Jamaica, NY 11434
  •   718-291-8006
  •   718-739-5133

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