Adult Sabbath School
The Seventh-day Adventist Church operates a weekly Bible study for all age groups in almost every church around the world. The Sabbath School program is a Bible based study approximately 70 minutes long which nurtures spiritual growth in members and visitors who join in this time of study, fellowship, and outreach. Some of these Bible studies are catered to meet specific needs in the congregation or community.
The Sabbath School department provides support to the conferences in the Southern Union to enhance their programs and training to Sabbath School teachers. Sabbath School is not just an event, but reinforces a life of Christian living and ministering to others.
Adventists believe it is important to help the less fortunate, the poor, the sick, and those who don’t know about Jesus. Adventist Mission shares the stories of ordinary people who answer the call to touch the lives of others in the name of Jesus.
Provides materials for leaders which aid them in their ministry
North American Division Sabbath School Ministries
Focused on making Sabbath School more than an event, resources are provided for superintendents and teachers to improve their programs
Sabbath School Network
A database of online Sabbath School quarterlies and research material available for online research and Bible study
Sabbath School Toolbox
A quartly magazine for those that lead out in Sabbath Schools in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The magazine features program ideas, superintendent training, adult Bible study lesson plans, and in depth interpretation of the lesson
Sabbath School University
A weekly half hour satellite broadcast which discusses the week’s Sabbath School lesson. The discussion offers creative approaches on how the lesson may be presented.
Sabbath School New Model for Dallas