Weimar institute was commissioned with the task of healing a hurting world. This is achieved through education, evangelism, community outreach, emotional, physical, and spiritual healing. Thus Weimar Campus Church was formed
Our church service is in a traditional format, with beautiful heavenly music that will uplift the soul, sermons that are scripturally based and a solid foundation in the Spirit of Prophecy.
Please click on the video above to hear Pastor Mackintosh’s welcome message.
We would like to extend a personal invitation to come and join us for our services. In fact we would love for you to consider making us your new church family.
– Wednesday night at 7pm for Midweek of prayer
– Friday night Vespers at 7 pm
– Sabbath School at 9:30 am
– Worship Service at 11:00 am
All services are live streamed on our website.
Click on the WATCH LIVE button at top of website during the posted times (PST).
Please click on the video above to see how to get to Haskell Hall from the Weimar Entry Gate.
20601 W. Paoli Ln Weimar, California 95736
Weimar Campus Church is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills, conveniently located off the I-80 exit and on the campus of Weimar Institute.
Please come through the gates of Weimar Institute, turn left as you see the small building ahead of you, go up the drive, on your right is Stallant Health Clinic and on your left is the Campus Library. Go to the three way stop then turn left. You will pass the Cafeteria on the right, then you will come to Weimar Inn on the left. You will pass the College on the left side.
Parking is in the gravel area on the left. If you walk straight ahead, you will see Haskell Hall, our place of worship.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I wear?
We are worshiping the King of the Universe and members and most attendees will dress accordingly. But we encourage all people to come as you are.
Once I arrive, where should I go?
Look for the overhang that says “Main Entrance” and enter door 1. In the main foyer you will see the connection center where the welcome team can answer your questions.
How long is the service?
Expect the Sabbath school to last about an hour and a fifteen minutes. The Church service is about an hour and 40 minutes. A freewill offering will be taken during both services.
How can I donate to your church?
A free will offering is taken during the worship service and during Sabbath School.
You may also give on line on the donation page on this website, or send your check to Weimar Campus Church PO BOX 910 Weimar California 95736. Attn Ion Bazgan Treas.
Where will my kids go?
Children’s Sabbath School is available for Cradle Roll ages 0-3 years, Kindergarten 4-6, Primary 7-9 years, Juniors 10-12 years and youth 13-16 years. When you arrive, a deacon or greeter will direct you.
All teachers in the lower divisions have a background check done prior to teaching classes.
We also have a special mothers room that allows them to watch the service in real time.
Do you have any foreign language Bible classes?
We have a Filipino Class that is held in the student center. A Spanish group meets regularly on Sabbath in Haskell Hall. Spanish translation is available during the main worship service.
How can I join the Weimar church family?
- Attend our church. Enter into our church life and worship.
- Study with us the teaching of Scripture. Be a part of “the community Bible class” where we study more in depth what’s been given in the overview above. A great Bible study course we recommend if you’d like to get started now would be the Amazing Facts Bible Study Guides.
- Formally join the church… through Bible baptism.
- Ask to transfer membership. Fill out the transfer/new membership form here.
When you arrive, if you would like more information, see one of the greeters or stop by the Connection Center in the foyer. They will be more than happy to help you with any question you may have.
If you would like more information before you arrive feel free to call the Church voice mail box 24/7 and leave a message at 530-637-8770 and someone will get back with you.