Welcome to the Mount Pleasant Seventh-day Adventist Church!
We invite you to join us for our weekly services.
Our church has been described by many as: “The friendliest church we’ve ever attended!”
You are sure to be welcome here.
Please join us for a fellowship lunch following our services each week.
Prayer Meeting Our English service starts at 5:45 pm Tuesday with several songs, then we have a Bible study for approximately half an hour, and close with prayer. Our Spanish members meet in homes during the week, so please call us for more info.
Women's Bible Study Our English service starts at 3:30 pm Thursday with a Bible study for approximately one hour, and then we close with prayer.
Sabbath School We start our English program Saturday morning in the sanctuary with song service at 9:15 am. A special feature and mission story begin at 9:30 am for the adults, while the children separate for their respective classes. Our lesson study starts at 9:50 am. Our Spanish program follows with song service at 2:15 pm, special feature at 2:30 pm, and lesson study at 3:00 pm.
Sabbath Worship Service Our English worship service starts at 11:00 am with singing. Our Spanish worship service starts at 4:00 pm with singing. The normal schedule includes a regular and children’s offering, special music, children’s story, and scripture reading. Our pastor is at our church the second week of every month and the fourth week in February, May, August, & November. Local members and guest speakers volunteer to present the sermon on the weeks the pastor is gone. We always look forward to the occasional academy choir and bell choir programs and other musical services presented by different groups.
The Hooves and Halos ministry holds two "playdays" a year: one in the spring and one in the fall.
We invite children/adults with special needs to come ride horses, play games, and eat. We also have a mechanical bull, face painters, puppets, Sonshine the clown makes balloon animals, mini horses with carts, and hay rides provided by tractors and 4x4's with trailers. Everything is free for the participants and the caregivers (teachers, aides, parents, nurses, volunteers).We also invite "kids in crisis". This includes any child going through difficulties or disadvantages (foster children, children with parents in prison, CASA, Safe T, Hope ministries, fallen soldiers children, any child that needs us).
This event is being held at Winnsboro City Park. We reach more people when we invite the teachers to bring them from school on a field trip. We need volunteers to help with everything from food serving to working with the horses. We have people that are scared of horses; they don't work in the arena. There are others that are uncomfortable around Special Needs people; they help with food service or in other areas, such as parking.
NTCC Students are welcome to come join us for free Pizza and a Film!
There will be a drawing for the following items:
4 Scholarships, valued at $250 each
10 Gift cards, valued at $10
4 Gift cards, valued at $25
2 Gift card, valued at $50
See an interesting discussion on if the decline of faith communities in our society has led to a decline of our culture. What these people say may surprise you!
Film: The Death of Truth, The Decline of Culture
Featuring: Ravi Zacharias, Dennis Prager, & Jeff Foxworthy
Northeast Texas Community College
Campus Club: Film Club
Building & Room: HS 129
Further Film Details:
In 2013, Syndicated Salem Radio talk show host and best-selling author Dennis Prager, along with Ravi Zacharias, world renowned apologist, best-selling author and founder of RZIM (Ravi Zacharias International Ministries), were filmed at The Perimeter Church in Johns Creek, GA.
The evening was hosted by comedian, actor and best-selling author Jeff Foxworthy.
We live in trying times. Those of us who take belief in the God of the Bible seriously feel burdened by the problems that arise in our increasingly secular, pluralistic society. People are abandoning truth, Western culture is dying, and the lines between right and wrong are becoming irrevocably blurred.
The goal of this event is to allow two prominent voices in the public square – one Jewish (Prager), and one evangelical Christian (Ravi) – to engage in an open, honest and entertaining dialogue about these challenges we face as a nation and civilization. This is about asking and answering tough questions in a God-honoring and purposeful way.