Our Story

How it all started...

Carmichael SDA Church started as a branch Sabbath School in 1940 at the home of Ruby McConnell. By 1949, the church broke ground for a building on Garfield Avenue. By 1959, the membership had grown to 328, well past what the Garfield building could hold. The church building committee authorized the purchase of the current property in 1962, and after three years of volunteer labor, the current church was dedicated debt free on Christmas Day, 1965, with a membership of 639.

Vision and Mission

Carmichael Seventh-day Adventist Church celebrates, grows, and serves as we live the love of Jesus. That’s our mission. That’s our purpose in the Carmichael community. Our vision is for you to join us and share in our enthusiasm in proclaiming the gospel to our community in a relevant and meaningful way.

The Carmichael Church has been called into discipleship, which is expressed in many ways, as you will experience here. By the gifting power of Jesus we are instructed to move beyond only the hearing of His words and into doing.
When we celebrate, there is a holy joy in knowing Him. When we grow, we enjoy a holy learning and experience Him. When we serve, we feel a holy love that results in giving to Him and others.

These are spiritual realities that come into a life filled with the love of Jesus. By His grace this is our desire: To be about our Father’s business. We welcome you to the mission. His mission. We are so glad you have heard His call.

Be a part of our story...

Join us every Saturday as we gather to worship together: Small Group Classes 10:00am | Worship Service 11:00am