Juniors Take Sabbath School to Shut-ins

The Albany (Ore.) Church junior class brings Sabbath School to members who are unable to attend church. They do this the third Sabbath of every month. They go to the members' homes, the hospital or to nursing homes.

They introduce themselves and ask the members about their lives. One of the students prays, another reads scripture, and the leader, Erlinda Kosaka, leads out in the singing. They have a short Bible study discussion of the Sabbath School lesson for the week. Then a student offers the closing prayer. This outreach activity blesses not only the recipients but the presenters as well.

August 01, 2005 / Oregon Conference