Some of the ways we do this is by offering programs amd services.
The Journey To Wholeness
"Praise be to God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of comfort; who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God." 2Cor. 1:3, 4.
We meet the first Sabbath of each month at the Concord Seventh-day Adventist Church for Intensive Bible Study, immediately following Fellowship Dinner. Bring Your Own Bible!
Adventist Recovery Ministries is part of the North American Division of the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. We provide tools to assist church members to provide solutions that are evidence based, biblically sound, and in harmony with the writings of Ellen G. White.
Power Of Praise is....
A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope to help each other on our Journey To Wholeness. Our primary purpose is to praise our Heavenly Father and receive healing from our daily struggles by participating in worship and group sharing. This support group therapy is confidential and always a safe place to share your joys or sorrows. We believe in praising Jesus Christ and searching for solutions from the Holy Bible. We focus less on our problems and praise God about the blessings in our life. we celebrate our recovery with Powerful Food, Powerful Worship, Powerful Praise and Powerful Praise! Come join us and see what Jesus has promised for you!
Bags of Love is a Joint Ministry of the Laconia and Concord Seventh-day Adventist Churches.
Central NH Chapter of Bags of Love meets monthly at the Laconia Seventh-day Adventist Church to work on homemade quilts and duffle bags for children who are removed from their homes by the Department of Child, Youth and Family Services due to abuse, neglect or drugs. These Bags of Love are filled with a quilt, personal care items, toys and stuffed animals - all age and gender specific. Each bag is delivered with the hope of easing a very difficult time for that child, and giving them something that permanently belongs to them.