From COVID-19, politics, protests, shootings and a city literally on fire, this year has been an
Adventist Community Services
What We Do…
Adventist Community Services (ACS) assists the local church in training members to provide humanitarian relief and be active in meeting local and community needs. This ministry serves in many forms including soup kitchens, thrift stores, disaster relief, clothing distribution, elder care, tutoring, mentoring, and other local community projects.
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This video, Community-Connect 2020, shares some of what's happening in Wisconsin Conference as members seek
Adventist Community Services have been busy in their communities especially with COVID 19. Some of
Madison Community Church stocks a self-service pantry box along their street where community people can come helps themselves to
The Madison East SDA Food Pantry services anyone who is in need. During these trying times of the "stay at home’"mandate
The thank-you note below is from the Door County Emergency Response Fund, expressing their appreciation
Hilda Reyes, directora del Ministerio de la Mujer de la Iglesia Adventista Hispana Central
This past Sunday, members of the Ashland Seventh-day Adventist Church headed out for their
Food pantry ministries, a branch of Adventist Community Services, provides food to families
As of April 1, 2020, our congregation along with community members have delivered 229 beds to kids who
Various Wisconsin Adventist Community Service (ACS) volunteers are making much needed tie and elastic strapped
If your church has a food shelf or pantry and you are actively donating food to people in need during
Due to the travel restrictions for NAD employees, Dr. Martin Feldbush, from the North American Division
Women's Ministry in Waukesha held a no-sew blanket & social night making 15 fleece blankets for both kids & adults.
Dr. Martin Feldbush, from the North American Division Adventist Community Service Department, is coming as the featured
If a disaster hits your town, are you ready to assist your community? Now you have an opportunity to prepare
First, we took out the trash. Although the second-floor apartment had only two bedrooms, a tiny kitchen, and a
Monroe Messenger Pathfinder Club and the Monroe Adventurers collected and delivered 400 pounds of donated food to
Recently the Green Bay Pioneer Pathfinder club delivered food baskets to needy families in their community.
The goal of Community-Connect is to have each church “reach in” to their community to provide services that will
Alice Garrett, Adventist Community Services (ACS) coordinator for the Wisconsin Conference, was invited to have a booth
The Seventh-day Adventist churches of central Wisconsin in conjunction with the Wisconsin Conference
The Seventh-day Adventist churches of central Wisconsin in conjunction with the Wisconsin Conference and
If you are interested in being notified when and where Free Adventist Community Health Initiatives are being
Several months ago, Kiana Roat, last year's Principal of Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy, approached me (Becky Zeismer) about
On Friday, August 16, Wisconsin Pathfinders loaded 600 ACS flood and fire disaster buckets into a truck in 17 minutes! These five-gallon
Unfortunately the Emotional and Spiritual Care Provider training by ACS for September 20-22, 2019, at Camp Wakonda has been cancelled.
"Two major storms hit across Wisconsin this past weekend bringing 16 confirmed tornados and lots of straight line winds," reports Alice Garrett, Wisconsin
The Adventist Community Service (ACS) cabin at camp meeting is a busy place offering many classes, activities, drawings, and special projects throughout
If a Disaster hits your town--- Are you ready? Plan now to attend the Adventist Community Services
This interactive, hands on class teaches us to be able to help our community after a disaster collecting, managing, and distributing
For the last six years, the Green Bay Seventh-day Adventist Community Services has had increasing opportunities to branch out from a small “give-away” store and
The goal of Community-Connect is for each church to “reach in” to their community and provide services that will alleviate personal and community needs. All efforts are aimed at making connections that will lead to vibrant relationships and ultimately to connect people to Jesus in preparation for His return.
Share your own community service story or start a new program, Contact: Alice Garret, 608-345-3883, firstname.lastname@example.org.