Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Norwalk Seventh-day Adventist Church Where Jesus is exalted, and the Word comes to life.


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On-Line Worship Times

9:30 AM Adult Bible Study Class 
(Online Only)-Click above

New Beginners Class 9:00-9:50 AM
(Online Only)
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through ZOOM.
for more information:
Contact: or text 562-373-5316

10:00-10:30 AM Kids Corner
(Online Only)

through Zoom
for more information:
Contact: or text 562-373-5316

11:00 AM Worship Service
On-Line Only/LiveStreamed

Check out in-person guidelines below and register,
or click the link below to access
On-Line LiveStream Connection

Live Streaming and Archives

Catch us with devotionals on our
Facebook Page

On-Line Prayer Meeting Experience 

Wednesday @ 7 PM

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Meeting ID: 964 7440 9210

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+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)

Kingdom Friends discussion based on the book 
The 12 People To Love

You can get videos on-line and discussion through Facebook. 

Important Notice:

Due to COVID-19, all SDA churches in the Southern California Conference will be following the guidelines as noted on SCC Website. So all gatherings for church services, Prayer Meetings, and other activities are not occurring until further notice as per SCC guidelines. However, the church service will be streamed online at 11:00 AM on Sabbath morning. Adult Sabbath School will be shared at 9:30 AM. More information about the church service and the new policies will be announced here as it becomes available.

COVID-19 Community Resources:

SCC Conference Guidelines: (updated March 25, 2020)

CDC Webpage:
California Depart. Public Health:
LA County of Public Health:
LA County Of Public Health for Faith-Based Organization as of 04-02-2020

Other links and webpages on may not be accurate as to activities, times or dates. Thank you for your patience. (updated 04-02-2020)


The new orders July 13th by the Governor of California to pull back on reopening, and discussion with our audio/visual team we are moving to ON-Line Services at 11 am. ALL In-Person has been suspended at this time. We are praying for you and your family. God Bless!

Dear Church Member,
We are planning on having our first in-person church service on June 27. While we very much look forward to in-person worship, we all know that the COVID-19 virus emergency is far from over, and we all want to resume services while protecting each other and our extended family as much as possible. The guidelines are subject to change and in-person date. 

With that in mind, as we resume in-person services, we will be doing so with multiple safety measures in place. As time goes on, modifications will be made to our measures, and we will keep you informed as these occur.

Summarized below are some of these measures:

  • The most important measure to help avoid virus spread is each of us individually. As you hopefully are aware, public health officials believe approximately 35% of virus transmittal has occurred from individuals with no symptoms of the virus. Given that, the best control we have is for each of us to assume we are carrying the virus and that we do not want to pass it on. If we can each think in these terms and stringently follow social distancing guidelines, the risk of transmission is far less.

  • If you or a member of your family unit has had fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, the new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea within 10 days of the church service, we are asking that you do not attend and take advantage of online services.

  • Upon arrival at the church, per California guidelines, there will be a temperature check done and asked a few questions. If you or a member of your family has a fever of 100.4 or over, you will be asked to return home and take advantage of online services.

  • California Stay-at-Home orders recognize the risk to vulnerable populations. These populations are defined by the CDC as individuals who are 65 years and older; live in a nursing home or long-term care facility; people of all ages with underlying medical conditions, particularly if not well controlled, including: people with chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma, people who have serious heart conditions, people who are immunocompromised, people with chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis, people with liver disease. Since we want to help assure you and your family are safe, if you or a member of your stay-at-home family unit fall within the definition of the vulnerable populations, we are encouraging you to continue to not attend in-person services at this time.

  • Per California State Guidelines, the maximum number of people that are allowed to attend are the lessor of 25% of the capacity of the sanctuary up to a maximum of 100. We are asking you to notify us of your plans to attend (fill in the new registration form below) no later than Friday afternoon along with the number of people from your family that will be attending so we can adhere to these guidelines. Services will be at 11 am to start once capacity is reached individuals can watch onlineMore updates will follow. 

  • When you arrive, the parking lot will have markings to guide you in parking in such a way where there is one empty parking space between each car.

  • Each of your family members must wear a mask at all times with the exception of children under age 2 and individuals with breathing difficulties.

  • Wash and/or sanitize your hands upon arrival (sanitation stations will be available) and any time after you move around, use the restroom, etc.

  • Fixed receptacles will be provided for offering, as offering plates will not be passed. You are also encouraged to continue to give your tithe and offering online via Adventist Giving.
  • While we all enjoy and are blessed by these activities, gathering at the front of the church for prayer, children’s stories, etc., will not occur at this time.

  • Please be conscious to minimize touch to surfaces while at the church.

  • There will not be in-person children’s programming available at this time. Kids Corner for Primary and below will be on-line and you can ask for the code at

  • All children must be in direct supervision of their parents or guardian at all times.

  • No in-person Adult Sabbath School. However, our online classes will still continue.
  • No Congregational Singing, or Praise Team.

  • Bring your own Bible. There is no courtesy Bible or Hymns in the Pews

  • There will be visual cues as to where you are not to sit in the sanctuary. At all times, while entering the sanctuary, moving around, etc., keep a minimum of six feet between you and others with the exception of your stay-at-home family group. Please be careful to not sit in a pew in such a way as to force other attendees to go past you to sit in that pew.

  • Upon dismissal, continue to be mindful of the six-foot social distancing guidelines until you are back in your vehicle.

We are all looking forward to meeting in person. Let’s do everything we can to keep each other safe as we do so!
Pastor John 
(edited 6-19-20)

Worship Services

Only the sermon is streamed and it starts around
11:30 AM (Pacific Time) Sabbath (Saturday) morning.

Saturday, Sabbath Bible Study 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Saturday, Sabbath Worship Service
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Potluck Luncheon following the service
Mid-Week Fellowship 
Wednesday 7 PM in the Library (room off of Funston Ave)


12191 Firestone Blvd., Norwalk, CA 90650

Phone: 562-863-0614


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