Plan Your Visit

To the Lansing Seventh-day Adventist Church

We know meeting someone for the first time can be intimidating and going to a new church for the first time can be nerve-racking. We want to help make your first experience at Lansing Church a great one.

Know you are coming to a place where Christ is lifted up. The promise is “Them that seek me, I will in no wise cast out.”

Below is a brief overview of what to expect.

See our Service Times page to find the current times for worship and study.


Church in Worship

11:10 AM

Every Saturday morning we come together and worship as a church. Plan to arrive around a few minutes early to find your seat, and prepare to receive a rich blessing during the praise and worship.

Visit our LIVE page to join us from anywhere!

Church in Study

10:00 AM

Sabbath School is a time when you can dig into the word of God. Join a lively discussion group or listen in on a teaching class. Classes are offered for adults and for children of all ages, from babies to teens.

Visit our Sabbath School page for more information.

Address and Directions

5400 W St Joseph Hwy

Lansing, MI 48917

We are located on Saint Joe Hwy between Creyts Rd and Snow Rd, just north of I-496. 

What to Expect

Prepare to be blessed!

Some quick facts:

Church in Worship: In total, a Lansing Church service is about 75 minutes. Services begin with a feature on one of our church’s ministries, and then our praise team comes out and leads us in singing. Song lyrics are projected onto the screen so you can sing along as you feel comfortable.

After the music portion, there is a story time for the children. An elder offers a congregational prayer, followed by a special musical selection to set our minds and hearts on Jesus. Following this, our pastors will come out to share an encouraging and hope-filled message from Scripture.

Church in Study: This dynamic Bible study time for all ages lasts for about 60 minutes. Most adult classes use the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide; some classes choose another book or study guide to follow. Children’s classes typically include songs, prayer, age-appropriate Bible topics, and interactive learning activities.

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