A new little booklet is available for Seventh-day Adventist churches, schools and aged care facilities for sharing with the general public.
The “Caring for you” booklet is designed as a conversation starter with those who may have no or limited knowledge of Adventists and how we are serving the community in areas of health, education, family, disaster relief and welfare. From a spiritual perspective, it has a simple message: Seventh-day Adventists are Christians who want to share Jesus’ love and hope with our communities.
Developed by the South Pacific Division (SPD) communication department, the booklet is ideal for use in welcome packs, at community stalls and activities, and to hand out at programs and events. It fits neatly into a standard-sized envelope.
The back cover is designed to be individually tailored to feature the church, school or aged care facility’s contact details and a QR code linked to their website.
“If you’re running an outreach program or activity this little booklet will be ideal to hand out to people who may be wondering who Adventists are and why we are relevant,” said SPD communication director Tracey Bridcutt.
“It’s a simple little booklet in everyday language that helps to raise awareness of all the great things we are doing in the community while also inviting people to connect with us.
“For our school and aged care facilities, it would be useful to have the booklets available at reception to hand out to families and visitors, and to include them in welcome packs.”
For a sample copy of the booklet and for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.