Adventist Community Services

Who is Adventist Community Services?

Adventist Community Services is the non-profit, humanitarian agency for the Seventh-day Adventist Church that works within the United States and Bermuda through more than 1,100 localities and upholds the beliefs of the world Seventh-day Adventist Church organization.   

What does Adventist Community Services do?

Adventist Community Services meets people's immediate needs through social services such as tutoring and mentoring programs, youth volunteer corps, health screening education and assistance, inner city missions and disaster response. 

Our Mission Statement

To help the disadvantaged, grief stricken and suffering in our community by empowering them through compassionate emergency care, life education and community development which encourages people to take a personal and proactive approach to life. 

Our Vision Statement

To alleviate the cries of the suffering with an impact in which the eyesight of the community will be influenced toward Christ and in a manner in which the secular world will feel comfortable in the presence of Seventh-day Adventism.  To see the rich man willingly go through the eye of the needle and to one day hear Jesus say, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant." 

Our Goal

A presence in the community by every church within the Pennsylvania Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. 

How do I get more information?

There are several ways you can become involved with Adventist Community Services. For brochures or customer service, please call 1-877-ACS-2702. Contact Pennsylvania Conference ACS Director Jeannette Dare at jdare@paconference.org.


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