Virginia Beach SDA Church



Weekly message from Church Leadership


Greetings Brothers and Sisters,


There are some passages of scripture when you read them you can almost picture Jesus as our teacher slowly and patiently instructing us. He has this unique way of pointing out both our strengths and our weaknesses like when he talked about Sons of Thunder. Or when he wanted us to understand something and he repeated it over and over until we got it. Peter seemed to be one who received that kind of treatment a lot. Regardless of what we need, Jesus has a way of adapting his instructions so that each of us will get what we need.  The Bible tells us that:


“And he opened his mouth and taught them, saying:  “Blessed are the…” Matthew 5:2,3


God has given us all something that we can open up our mouths and share. We can share a word that can bless a heart, sooth a mind, or save a life. Come join us for a loving fellowship this Sabbath In-Person (starting at 10am ) and via our Virtual Fellowship (Zoom and Facebook Live). Below is an outline of tomorrow’s program and a few announcements. Stay connected!


Please join us for Virtual fellowship via our Zoom Space: 

Sabbath June 19, 2021 

Online Fellowship - Program Outline

Below are details for our program and Announcements for this week:

  •  8:30 am - 9:00 am             -A Prelude of Praise (Special Musical Session) 

  •  9:00 am – 10:00 am           -Prayer and Praise (Share your blessings and prayer requests.) 

  • 10:00 am – 10:20 am         -Personal Ministries Time

  • 10:20 am – 11:20 am          -Sabbath School Lesson (Adult, Youth, Kids)

  • 11:20 am – 11:30 am          -Announcements

- Prayer/Scripture Reading            

  • 11:30 am - 11:35 am          - Special Music                                
    • 11:35 am – 12:05 pm          - A Message for Today  - “Lessons from the Donkey”
                                                  Matthew 21:1-3
                                                  Pastor Jorge Quintiana
  • 12:05 pm – 12:10 pm          - Closing Prayer



  • Personal Ministries - Outreach Sabbath Today
  • Join us after the service this Sabbath for Outreach at Mount Trashmore!




  • Hidden Gems Finders
    • Each week we embed a hidden activity within each message with hidden instructions. 
    • This week’s gem:  One of the unnamed characters in this week’s offertory was the little servant girl, who were the other two? email us
  • Pastoral Contact
    • Please Pastor Jorge Quintiana and family in prayer as they take some much needed vacation. Pastor returns on June 17th. Please reach out to the Elder on Duty if you have any questions/concerns. 
    • Telephone: +1(706) 312-9397 - Email: 
  • Elder on Duty and Preaching Schedule
    • Please join us in praying for the speakers for the next few weeks:



      Elder on Duty

      June 19

      Pastor Jorge Quintiana

      Aldrin Mota

      June 26

      Dr. Verleyne Andrews-Rodgers

      Melba Rulona

      July 3

      Pastor Jorge Quintiana

      Daphne Feidtkou

  • Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting (6pm via Zoom)
    • Please join us each Wednesday evening at 6pm for a time of prayer and study of God’s word. 
    • Please keep our meeting facilitators in prayer
      • June 23 - Naomi Decano

      • June 30 - Michael Greer

      • July 7 - Raylene Baumgart

  • Returning Tithe and Offering 
    • You can continue to return your tithe and offering using one of two options:
      • Use Adventist Giving Online -  
      • Mail your checks to - Virginia Beach SDA Church, 4136 Holland Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23452
    • Offering this week goes to the Local Church Budget. Check out the feature for the week - Link to This Week’s Offertory Online

      • What do you have?:  The woman had lost her husband. Creditors were coming to collect. She had no money to pay them. What was she going to do?
      • She went to the prophet Elisha and told him her trouble. “They will take my two sons as slaves,” she cried.
      • The prophet asked one question. “What do you have in your house?”
      • “I have only one small pot of olive oil,” she replied.
      • He instructed her to borrow as many empty vessels as she could from all her friends and neighbors. Then, in private, she should pour that same oil into the borrowed containers.
      • Her sons brought vessel after vessel until there were no more available. She began pouring oil from her little pot. When she filled the last jar, the oil stopped flowing.
      • The next day she told Elisha what God had done. He told her, “Go, sell the oil, and pay thy debt, and live thou and thy children of the rest.” 2 Kings 4:7
      • When this widow came to the Lord, our Father heard her prayer and intervened.
      • Today, we have many members who are in debt, and as a result, it becomes difficult to contribute tithes and offerings. I want to introduce you to a God who hears the cries of mothers and fathers who are in need. God opens the windows of heaven in our behalf. When you receive His blessings, remember to thank the same God by giving offerings so that others can also receive a blessing.

        ·        Unnamed Characters:  The woman had lost her husband. Creditors were coming to collect. She had no money to pay them. What was she going to do?

        ·        The General of the Army of Syria was a leper. During one of the conquests against Samaria, the general captured a young girl and gave her to his wife as a maid. The Bible never gives the name of this precious child, but her influence would be great. She spoke of the God of Israel who could heal the husband of her mistress.

        ·        The wife told her husband of the hope of a cure. Naaman asked the king of Syria to write a letter to the king of Samaria requesting healing.

        ·        After several delays, Naaman arrived at the home of the prophet Elisha. He found a humble home. To make matters worse, Elisha didn’t even come out in person to meet the general. He sent his servant out to deliver the simple message. “Go and wash in Jordan seven times.” 2 Kings 5:10

        ·        Angry, Naaman headed home. But his servants urged him to follow the command of the prophet. When he did, God healed him of the leprosy.

        ·        A little girl shared with her mistress. The woman shared with her husband. The general shared with the king of Syria. Naaman came before the prophet of God, and God changed him. Today, we can do the same. When we give to the local budget, the funds are used to help share the gospel with others. Your name may never be known, but by sharing—like the little maid—lives will change as did that of Naaman the General.


Virginia Beach SDA Church
4136 Holland Rd
Virginia Beach, VA 23452-1906

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                                                                                SERVICE SCHEDULE

                                                                                        SABBATH SCHOOL: SATURDAYS, 9:30 A.M.
                                                                                        WORSHIP SERVICE: SATURDAYS, 11:00 A.M.
                                                                                        PRAYER MEETING: WEDNESDAYS, 6:00 P.M.







June 23, 2021 at 6:00 PM

Join us Via Zoom- The link is the same as church service

June 26, 2021 at 9:00 AM

Thoughts To consider

June -"Prayer and Supplication"

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