Who we are, where we come from, and where we're headed as a church family
Here's the deal, Naples Aventist Church cares about one thing more than anything else, Jesus Christ. We’re all hopelessly lost sinners without Christ. Because of what Christ has done for us, we’ve been declared righteous, with entitlement to external life.
We also believe in service to others. We encourage all to use their gifts for the enhancements of our community of love. We believe God uses frail and faltering humans to minister to the needs of others.
Here at Naples Adventist Church we are proud to be Seventh-day Adventists and recognize that God has given a special task to this denomination. We recognize the validity of other denominational Christian experiences and welcome the opportunity to dialogue together. We believe the Bible is God’s Word and our guide to faith and practice.
We are aware of feelings and sensitivity of others, and don’t wish to pressure our guests, allowing them to participate at a level of their own choosing. Naples Adventist Church is not only for Adventists, but for everyone who is seeking spiritual nurture, growth and fellowship.
Tolerance and acceptance are crucial characteristics here. We recognize some will have different spiritual understandings and will not travel their spiritual journey at the same speed. We want all to express themselves freely, certain they will be treated with respect by all.
It is important for us to be effective in reaching our community’s lives here in Naples. Offering a contemporary Christian worship experience at this time appeals to a greater culture around us. We wish to be sensitive to what touches peoples lives without compromising our Adventist Christian beliefs. Doing so requires constant evaluation and implementation of what works and what doesn’t.
What does this mean for you? Most importantly, you're always welcome at Naples Adventist Church. We're saving a seat for you. Wherever you're at in your faith journey, you'll always be accepted as part of the Naples Adventist Church family.
We believe in letting the Spirit guide the individual conscience on issues where the Bible does not provide specific directives. We support the biblical principles of simplicity and stewardship, and understand some might draw the lines differently than Adventist traditions have. We promote the principles in Scripture. Allowing the Holy Spirit to work with the individual conscience on the practical application.
We're all hopelessly lost sinners without Christ. Because of what Christ has done for us, we've been declared righteous, with entitlement to eternal life.
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"I always feel welcome. Me and my children love to worship here. My heart is in this church. I am home when I am here everyone is caring and loving."