Adventist Church in Atlanta recognized for innovation

Representatives of the Atlanta-Berean Adventist Church receive the 2009 Innovative Church of the Year award, which recognized the congregation’s growth through community involvement. [photos: courtesy Atlanta-Berean Adventist Church] A Seventh-day Adventist church in Atlanta is the recipient of the North American region’s 2009 Innovative Church of the Year award for reinventing its role in the community. Through job fairs, weekly community food and clothing distributions, Habitat for Humanity projects, and block-party style evangelism, the Atlanta-Berean Seventh-day Adventist Church has significantly grown its membership and tithe returns, church leaders said

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