Metro New York Adventist Forum
Picture of St. Paul's Chapel
Mailing Addr: 115-25 Curzon Rd., Kew Gardens, NY 10418

Current Schedule of Meetings

We have a presentation and discussion once a month, usually on the second Sabbath. Most of our meetings are at St Mary's Church (see Our Home) and start at 2:00 PM but watch the schedule for exceptions.
Fall 2018 Schedule
9/8/2018
11:00 and 2:00
St Mary's
Anniversary Celebration: Ron Lawson  Theme for Day: Celebration of 50th Anniversary of Metro New York Adventist Forum   Morning Topic: History and Celebration of the Forum   Afternoon Topic: The impact of immigrants on the churches in Britain, France, and the Netherlands.   Notes: The afternoon lecture is a presentation Ron gave at the Friedensau Symposium in April, 2018. There will be a catered lunch between the services (if you will be joining us for lunch, please RSVP to Janet Shultz at janetschultz1947@gmail.com or Stella Samuel at stellajsamuel@gmail.com). The lunch and afternoon meeting will by in the church undercroft (below the sanctuary).
10/20/2018
2:00 PM
Advent Hope
Guest Speaker: Chuck Scriven  Afternoon Topic: Tentitive Title: How and Why to Read the Bible based on Heb 1:1-3   Notes: Chuck will also be speaking at 9 and 11 AM services at Advent Hope.
11/10/2018
2:00 PM
St Mary's
Guest Speaker: Jennifer Lin  Theme for Day: Two pillars of the Chinese Church: The Rev. Lin Pu-chi and Watchman Nee   Bio: Author Jennifer Lin is veteran newspaper reporter, who spent 31 years at The Philadelphia Inquirer, working as a correspondent in Beijing, New York and Washington, D.C. Her family memoir, Shanghai Faithful: Betrayal and Forgiveness in a Chinese Christian Family, was published this year by Rowman & Littlefield. Told as narrative nonfiction, the book traces 150 years of modern Chinese history through the experience of a single family. Since finishing her family memoir, Ms. Lin now is working on a documentary about the Philadelphia Orchestra's history and ongoing engagement in China.   Notes: Her talk is drawn from her book and addresses the foundation of the fast-growing Christian church in China today.