Communications Department

Welcome to the Communications Department We all communicate in diverse ways that influence the image that others have of our church, and we all can be a part of creating a favorable picture of the All Nations African Seventh-day Adventist Church (ANASDAC)—our mission, values, and congregation. As a Christian faith community, we have a message of hope and redemption; but before people encounter our message, they encounter us. A major task of the Communications Department is to help highlight the things about our church that will attract the community to our message. We strategize ways to build bridges that make

As a Christian faith community, we have a message of hope and redemption; but before people encounter our message, they encounter us. A major task of the Communications Department is to help highlight the things about our church that will attract the community to our message. We strategize ways to build bridges that make

A major task of the Communications Department is to help highlight the things about our church that will attract the community to our message. We strategize ways to build bridges that make ANASDAC knowable, trustable, and likable so that we can positively connect our congregation with nonmember individuals and families. In addition, the Communications Department seeks to enhance the quality of life in the church by keeping members connected and informed as we share corporate worship, witness, fellowship, and spiritual growth experiences. The Communications Department presents the vision, mission, and values of

In addition, the Communications Department seeks to enhance the quality of life in the church by keeping members connected and informed as we share corporate worship, witness, fellowship, and spiritual growth experiences. The Communications Department presents the vision, mission, and values of

 

The Communications Department presents the vision, mission, and values of ANASDAC to our internal and external audiences by:

 

  • Informing the secular press of special church events through news stories and announcements
  • Reporting special church events to the conference communications director for possible use on the conference website or in the Pacific Union Recorder
  • Producing periodic newsletters that highlight events in the life of the church
  • Compiling periodic prayer calendars designed to bring members together in corporate intercession
  • Recording for posterity historical moments and individuals that have contributed to the longevity and positive impact of the church
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