Message from the Pastor
Back in 2015, as a result of surveying and interacting with community members through various free clinics and health programs, we recognized that Weimar did not have any organized community of faith. Because of this, a group decided to establish a fellowship of believers who could help identify and meet the surrounding community’s needs.
Since then, we have met each Wednesday night, Friday night, and Saturday to worship, study, and praise. Additionally, we have only become more intentional in meeting the community’s needs by starting a ministry we call Total Community Involvement (TCI). This initiative is specifically designed to find and then address the community’s needs.
Additionally, the church has hosted music programs, community gatherings, and programs to meet the community’s physical and mental health needs. To view photo of some of these events, you may click here.
We are here to follow Christ’s example of threefold ministry (teaching, preaching, and healing) found in Matthew 4:23 and 9:35. We’d love to meet and minister to or with you in any way we can.
May God bless you!
Pastor Don Mackintosh
Testimonies from Members
Many are positively influenced by being members at the Weimar Campus Church. Come and share some of their experiences below.
As a church it is our desire to bring a Christ-like healing not only to our local community, but an influence that will make an impact to the rest of the world. We believe that God’s last message of hope for this hurting world is found in the three angels’ messages of Revelation 14.
What We Believe
The Weimar church family is in love with Jesus. We want to know Him more fully through Bible study (John 5:39), through praise (Psalm 22:3), and through spending time in nature (Psalm 19). We desire to act as His body (1 Corinthians 12:27), in sharing His love through practical acts of service (Acts 10:37,38) and through pointing people to Scripture (the Bible) where they can taste and see that God is good (Psalm 34:8).
The first chapter of Revelation (the last book in the Bible), written by John, the “beloved disciple” (John 13:23; 19:26; 20:2; 21:7,20), provides an excellent overview of our beliefs.
The Scriptures – In the following verses John identifies the importance of the “word of God”. The Word of God is something that will bless those who read, hear and keep their lives in harmony with its teachings. (Rev 1:1–3 NKJV)
The plan of Salvation – the major message of the Scriptures is God’s plan of salvation. God sent His Son Jesus to show His love for us. He lived and died in order that we might be saved. Notice how John describes this wonderful plan. (Rev 1:4–6 NKJV)
The Second Coming – We believe that Christ was born into this world, and that He will again return to this world. Because we love Jesus, we look forward to His soon return, when “every eye shall see Him” come. (Rev 1:7–8 NKJV)
The Sabbath – We believe that while every day of the week is the Lord’s (Psalm 118:24), that the seventh day is in a special sense the Lord’s day (Exodus 20:8-11) on which He calls us to rest in His grace. (Rev 1:9–11 NKJV)
The Sanctuary – To reveal Himself to His people in Old Testament times, Christ revealed himself in the symbols of the sanctuary. John pictures him as walking among “the seven candlesticks” which would remind every reader of the sanctuary of the Old Testament. (Rev 1:12–16 NKJV)
The State of the Dead – John well knew of Christ’s power concerning death. He had seen Him raise Lazarus from the dead (John 11), and He knew that Christ Himself rose from the dead. Understanding what the Bible says about the soul and the body is key, not only as it relates to eternal life, but also this life. (Rev 1:17–18 NKJV)
The Spirit of Prophecy – What we know about God has often been revealed through His prophets. This is called “the testimony of Jesus” (Revelation 12:17) or “the Spirit of Prophecy” (Revelation 19:10). John recognized this truth by pointing to what he “had seen” (past) did see (present) and what would be seen (future prophecy). (Rev 1:19 NKJV)
The Saints – God’s people are His saints, and John see’s that they are organized into an identifiable and light giving body of believers. (Rev 1:20 NKJV)
To see the official beliefs of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, please visit here: www.adventist.org/beliefs/