Welcome

We will be closed for Campmeeting this year.     No services will be held for June 18 and June 25.   Please visit the Ferndale Church, Open Door Fellowship or watch the live campmeeting  stream from www.washingtonconference.org.

Hope everyone is having fun at campmeeting or elsewhere. We will see you all on the first Sabbath of July the 2nd. Pastor Brandon Korter will be speaking.
 

The Bellingham Seventh-day Adventist Church has been a part of Bellingham since 1894.  We continue each Sabbath to serve the those who want to worship the Lord on his Seventh-day Sabbath.  

We are in the process of building a new church next to Baker View Christian School.    During the building process we are meeting at Baker View Christian School at 5353 Waschke Rd. This is near the corner of Northwest Avenue and Smith Road.    WTA bus 27 stops at the corner of Northwest and Smith.    WTA bus 27 runs between Ferndale and the Cordata Station.  It leaves Cordata Station at 23 minutes past the hour headed out for Ferndale.   It stops at Northwest and Smith at 19 minutes past the hour on the trip back to Cordata Station.   Please consult Whatcom Transit Authority for more schedules and to plan your trip if you need to use public transportation.

We would love for you to come to Baker View Christian School and worship with us.    Sabbath School starts at 10AM.   Worship service will start around 11:15AM.  

Pastor Korter is our pastor.  We share him with Open Door Fellowship.  He is scheduled to be at Bellingham the first, second and third Sabbaths of the month and at Open Door the fourth and fifth (when they occur) Sabbaths of the month.

In the weeks that Pastor Korter is not scheduled to be at Bellingham, our Elders take turns preaching or arrange for some other guest to preach or present a special program. Check out the calendar for the scheduled speaker.

 
Our Pastor
 
Nathan Green

Titus 2:13-15

Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ;Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works.