ANCSDA Barbecue Fundraiser

Come join the ANC SDA church family on Sunday, August 1, 2021 for a day filled with great food, live music, and fun & games. We are hosting a barbeque for all to enjoy and would love to see you there! Note: There will be food and beverages for purchase. *vegan/vegetarian options will be available.

Reach Campaign | Reaching. Connecting. Transforming
Our congregation has taken a step in faith to purchase a church building to help us fulfill our mission of reaching out to the community, connecting people to God’s Word, and transforming lives. This fundraiser is aimed at helping us achieve this goal while also creating a ‘community in a day’. Details on our fundraising efforts and how you can support can be found at https://ancsda.org/reach/.

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Sun, August 01
11:00 am — 5:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 08/01/2021 11:00am 08/01/2021 5:00pm America/New_York ANCSDA Barbecue Fundraiser

Come join the ANC SDA church family on Sunday, August 1, 2021 for a day filled with great food, live music, and fun & games. We are hosting a barbeque for all to enjoy and would love to see you there! Note: There will be food and beverages for purchase. *vegan/vegetarian options will be available.

Reach Campaign | Reaching. Connecting. Transforming
Our congregation has taken a step in ...

Park Ave & E St Georges Ave Roselle, NJ 07036

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