Who we are?

We are international, English speaking church formed by people coming from more than 20 nations.

ISAC is part of the world wide Seventh-day Adventist Church, which is committed to share the good news of Christ’s return while it devotedly engages in community service and humanitarian aid.

Our Values

Seventh-day Adventist values are rooted in the revelation of God provided through the Bible and the life of Jesus Christ. Our sense of identity and calling grows from an understanding of Bible prophecies, especially those concerning the time immediately preceding the return of Jesus. Consequently all of life becomes a growing experience and demonstration of involvement with God and His kingdom.

Our sense of mission is driven by the realization that every person, regardless of circumstances, is of infinite value to God and thus deserving of respect and dignity. Through God’s grace every person is gifted for and needed in the diverse activities of the Church family.

Our respect for diversity, individuality, and freedom is balanced by regard for community. We are one — a world-wide family of faith engaged in representing the reign of God in our world through ethical conduct, mutual regard, and loving service. Our faithfulness to God involves commitment to and support of His body, the Church.

According to its understanding of man as a holistic being, the Seventh-day Adventist Church approaches the different needs of fellow human beings by running schools, hospitals, and advocating a healthy way of life. For more information on the faith and activities of the Seventh-day Adventist Church visit its website.

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Watch the story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Bible Verse of the Day


Dear ISAC Family,

In regard to the biblical principles of health care, there will not be services in our ISAC Church from March 13th through April 25th. However, they will be conducted online (see our "Events" page for further details). We pray that this measure contributes to stop the coronavirus emergency not forgetting that such and other similar situations just confirms our blessed hope.

Abraham Rangel
Pastor of the ISAC Church

German Unions letters regarding coronavirus pandemic

Below are the letters from the North and South German Unions regarding the coronavirus pandemic by its date.

Letter from: 13 March, 19 March

Upcoming Events

march 2020

2020sat28mar15:0016:30Bible StudyThe Nature of Humanity Part III15:00 - 16:30 Online (Zoom Meeting)

april 2020

2020wed01apr18:0019:00Youth Bible StudyPr. Abraham Rangel Flores18:00 - 19:00 Online (Zoom Meeting)