Facts & Figures
The One-Day Church initiative is a response to the urgent need for church homes to house existing Seventh-Day Adventist congregations. Round the world there are thousands of congregations meeting every week in a house or under a tree. The One-Day Church initiative strives to meet these needs with a church building that is high quality, low cost and quickkly constructed.
The One-Day Church initiative was created and developed by businessman Garwin McNeilus. The program is a collaborative effort between the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Adventist-Laymen's Services and Industries (ASI) and Maranatha Volunteers International.
Adventist-Laymen's Services and Industries (ASI)
ASI- the organization of Seventh-day Adventist lay persons involved in professions, industry, education, and/or services-exists to provide challenge, nurture, and esperience in Sharing Christ in the Marketplace as well as support the global mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Maranatha Volunteers International
Maranatha mobilizes volunteers to build churches and schools throughout the world. The mission of the organization is two-fold-provided desperately needed buildings, but also offer opportunities for ordinary people to make service a part of their lives.
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