Sacramento Samoan Seventh-day Adventist Church

3526 5th Ave
Sacramento, CA, 95817-3103



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On July 6, 2013, twelve months of blood, sweat, and tears came to fruition - the completion of our "Faith Project".  This project staged the extensive renovation of our main Church building from a dilapidated retrofitted warehouse, to a beautiful fully-functional sanctuary - with zero funds and a ton of faith that God would provide.  And He surely did, above and beyond our needs!  We praise God for His infinite love and blessings, and are so grateful to all who donated their time, money, prayers and resources in helping us realize this blessed milestone.  A special thank you to our Church family and Maranatha Volunteers for their dedication and hard-work.  God bless you all!

"The work is great, because the temple is not for man but for the LORD God" (1 Chronicles 29:1)

Sacramento Samoan SDA Church - Faith Project - Before & After


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Family First
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Staying Young

I Am a Tree


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Heart Vision
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The Bible Says

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