Welcome to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Burleson, TX! In your visit to our website, we invite you to take a few minutes to look around and see what we’re all about. Here in Burleson you will find a young, vibrant, loving church family that will welcome you with open arms! You will also find a church that is focused on the love and grace of Jesus Christ in our sermons, and one that desires to live out the love of Jesus in our mission as well. We look forward to meeting you, and once again, let me be the first to say, WELCOME TO BURLESON!!!
Here are a few of the things that we value most as a church...
The Love of Christ… At the Burleson Seventh-day Adventist Church, we believe that the love that God has bestowed on each one of us is a priceless gift, but we are also convicted that He wants to use us to reflect His love to others that don’t know Him. This conviction is reflected in our mission statement: “Finishing the Ministry of Christ through Love in Action.” Whether it’s our inreach ministries, small group Bible studies during the week, or one of our many outreach ministries as a church family, here in Burleson it’s all about joining Jesus in His ministry of loving others.
Christian Education… One huge area of ministry for our church family is our church school, Burleson Adventist School. Serving students in grades Pre-K through 8th grade, BAS is located in Burleson just 2.5 miles East of I-35W in a country setting. Our students receive the benefits of teachers that offer top-quality academic instruction, mentorship, Christian instruction, and spiritual guidance. Our church family truly would not be the same without the blessing of Burleson Adventist School.
Family… As you might have guessed, the Burleson Seventh-day Adventist Church has lots of young families. Families and our youth are two of our highest priorities here in Burleson. Whether it’s BAS, or our Saturday morning classes for kids, or Pathfinders and Adventurers, or C.H.A.N.G.E.D. (5th-8th grade ministry) and the GreenRoom (high school ministry), there is always something happening for our young people. Even the outreach events that we plan for our church (like “Project Impact” and our Samaritan House Outreach) are ministry opportunities where families can engage in service together.