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Oakland Elmhurst Seventh-day Adventist christian church suspends services

In compliance with the stay-at-home order issued by California Governor Gavin Newsom and Alameda County, Oakland Elmhurst shut its doors effective Sabbath, March 14th.  In-person services are suspended until further notice.  In lieu of in-person services, Pastor Kietrich "Key" Germany will be presenting messages virtually on his Facebook ministry page every Sabbath from 11am to 12pm (noon). You can find his messages here at this link: www.facebook.com/pastorkeygermany. (updated Oct. 15, 2020)

 

LIVE WITH HOPE MEDICAL CLINIC 

A PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ADVENTIST MEDICAL EVANGELISTIC NETWORK

The Oakland Elmhurst church began July by rolling out the “Live With Hope Project”, on July 6, 2019.  Pastor Kietrich Germany is speaking four nights a week through August 17th.  As part of the Live with Hope Project, Elmhurst reached out to the community by hosting a community day of fun and “fish fry”, (vegan and regular) on July 14th followed by its first AMEN Free Community Health Clinic on Sunday, July 21, 2019. 

The clinic was a great success, seeing over 85 patients and providing more than 225 services between: dental, vision, medical, diabetic and high blood pressure testing, mental health counseling, drug & alcohol abuse counseling, barber services, massage therapy, clothing distribution, bags were given individuals when they left which contained; Steps to Christ book, Bible studies, glow tracts, personalized pencils, socks, lifestyle booklets, grief share pamphlets (with next session dates) and toiletries.  We were also blessed to partner with the Sutter Health Carol Ann Read Breast Health Program Mammography Van and several women were given free mammograms.   It was also a blessing to see and hear individuals praying with patients throughout the clinic.  Our kitchen staff was also a blessing, providing delicious breakfast and lunch for volunteers and food for our visitors.  Everyone had a giving spirit. “

Many volunteers drove from as far as Lodi, Livermore and Fremont to help us with the clinic and worked long after the clinic closed to ensure all patients were seen.

Diane Cartier, Project Coordinator

 

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