Henderson Highway Seventh-day Adventist Church is part of the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist organization. We serve church members and our local community through a variety of ways.

Located at 1314 Henderson Highway, the church facility can be rented by church and community members to host private events such as piano recitals for music schools, weddings, funerals, baby showers, wedding showers, thanksgiving services, sacred concerts, sacred fundraisers, and more.

Some of our other community resources include:

Adventist Disaster and Relief Agency (ADRA) — ADRA invests in the potential of individuals by targeting Food Security, Economic Development, Primary Health, and Basic Education. ADRA’s emergency management initiatives also provide aid to disaster survivors.

Adventist Community Services (ACS) — This community-based program meets the needs of those who may require assistance for food, clothing, and more. They have a variety of food items available to meet needs. Anyone can come by during their hours of operation to select from whatever may be on hand.

Registration through Winnipeg Harvest is the preferred method for food assistance. They will help you to access food resources in your local community, that meet the needs of your family.

Our Winnipeg ACS location at 95 Stadacona Street is open 5 days per week. Call 204 663 2278 for more info.

Red River Valley Junior Academy (RRVJA) — This church-affiliated school provides a Christian education for students from pre-kindergarten to grade 10. Enrolment is open to all students in the community; local Seventh-day Adventist church affiliation is not required.

Camp Whitesand — Located in Theodore, Saskatchewan, the campgrounds are owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist church. The camp is used at various times during the year for ministry retreats. Each summer, there is a family camp event with spiritual enrichment for all ages. Then throughout July and August, there are weekly summer camps for children ages 7-17, providing them with fun and adventure while nurturing them spiritually. Summer camp enrolment is open to all children; local Seventh-day Adventist church affiliation is not required.

Diabetes Canada Donation Bin — Located in the parking lot of the church, textile items can be dropped off at any time. Acceptable donation items include:

  • Accessories and bags
  • Clothing (all types)
  • Curtains
  • General household textiles (towels, blankets, sheets)
  • Shoes and boots
  • Sleeping bags

For more information on any of the services listed here, please contact the church office.