#weRtheCHURCH is back on November 20 with more inspiring stories of how Adventists are sharing the love of Jesus in their communities around the South Pacific.
The theme for the program is “Sowing the seed”, based on the second stage of the harvest cycle process to become a disciple-making movement. It will feature stories on how church members are sharing the gospel in creative ways.
Similar to the August program, the November event will be broadcast live from the Adventist Media studios in Wahroonga. But it’s going to look a little different this time with a new set and new features, including live music and interviews. There will also be three hosts: South Pacific Division president Pastor Glenn Townend, Sydney anaesthetist Dr Narko Tutuo and Avondale University College theology and ministry student Renée Vaovasa. Pastor William Iererua from the North New Zealand Conference will share a devotional.
In an effort to cater for the different South Pacific time zones, two live programs will be presented, one starting at 4.30pm (AEDT) and the second starting at 7pm (see image below).* Before each session the children’s program King’s Kids will be screened (at 4pm and 6.30pm). The first #weRtheCHURCH session will be translated for French viewers.
Pastor Townend encouraged everyone to join in and be part of this special initiative, which is all about bringing together the SPD family for a time of prayer, inspiration and worship.
“I really enjoyed the opportunity to connect and chat with many people through the live format last time, and I look forward to seeing you all again,” he said.
This will be the third #weRtheCHURCH event in 2020, with the other two programs attracting many thousands of viewers.
The November 20 program will be available for viewing on the Seventh-day Adventist Church website, the Adventist Media Facebook page and YouTube channel, and on Hope Channel TV. For more information email email@example.com.
*For those unable to tune in to the live program, it will be recorded and available to view at a later time.