HOW THE CHURCH STARTED The Seventh-day Adventist Church traces its roots to the preaching of William Miller of New Hampton, New York, who said his study of the Book of Daniel showed the world would end in the mid-1840s.
When Jesus did not return as expected, the “Great Disappointment” occurred, and the Millerites split into smaller groups.
The aim of ASAM’s strong spiritual emphasis is to help facilitate the healing of hearts that have experienced the pain of divorce, separation, or death of a spouse and to provide fellowship for all singles including those never married.
ASAM is a fellowship of committed single adult Christians who have been transformed by the saving grace of Jesus Christ and filled with desire to share His love with others while drawing ever closer in our relationship with our Heavenly Father.
ASAM Chesapeake Conference chapter provides a relaxed environment in which to interact and become familiar with other Christian singles for the enjoyment of fellowship, dialog, wholesome interaction, Bible study, worship, travel, and enjoying God's many gifts.
At creation, God declared that "it is not good that the man should be alone." It is in the context of relationships that we grow and develop and gain a sense of who we are and of our place in the world.
Either you or TCC may terminate your TCC membership at any time, for any reason, effective upon sending written notice to the other party.
The denomination is not well-known and neither are its teachings.Adventist Single Adult Ministries (ASAM) Chesapeake Conference Chapter is led by laypeople under Family Ministries of the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.Our goal is to support and nurture relationships among single adults and with other members of the church family.The College Place Village Church Adventist Singles Adult Ministry (ASAM) is a Christ-centered ministry for single adults and their family members to enjoy spiritual and emotional growth, fellowship, fun and interaction with others.-- Our next study will be on the book "Safe People" by Cloud and Townsend.