Welcome to the Costa Mesa Seventh-day Adventist Church website. Thank you for taking a few moments to browse our online community. When I describe the Costa Mesa Church, I use words like family, accepting, belonging, and Christ-centered.
“Our goal is to share the love of Jesus with everyone we encounter.”
Our goal is to share the love of Jesus with everyone we encounter. Your life matters to us. We are here to walk with you in your journey, so that you may discover what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.
We are committed to following Jesus. We do this through Bible study, prayer, and serving others. As you browse our website you will see our ministries, newsletters, and information about the church. However this is only a glimpse of who we are.
We would like to invite you to come and experience the fullness of a community seeking Jesus Christ. We look forward to meeting you.
WHO WE ARE
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
Our Church holds a weekly prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:00pm in the Church Library. We welcome you to join us in person or by Zoom Meeting. To find more information on how to connect with us, follow the link provided below:
Discipleship Ministries Coordinator
Costa Mesa SDA Church
A Community of Vibrant Faith
271 Avocado St
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Worship: Saturday Mornings at 11am
Sabbath Morning Small Groups (Available for all ages at various locations)
Church Service Join us in the Main Sanctuary
Once a month. Dates vary,
Contact Church Office for details.
2:00pm – 4:00pm
Adventurers & Pathfinders
1st Sabbath each month
Prayer Meeting – Weds at 7:00pm
Church Office: 949.209.9591
Church Office: 949.209.9591
TITHES & OFFERINGS
THE HISTORY OF OUR LOCAL CHURCH
How we developed as a neighborhood community of faith.
The Seventh-day Adventist believers in the Costa Mesa and Newport Beach area met as a company 1936-1951. On February 10, 1951, the company became an organized church. In 1954, the church purchased land on Avocado Street in Costa Mesa and started by building two rooms for a school. Later on, Sabbath School rooms and an assembly room were added. After renting various facilities for church services, the congregation finally moved to Avocado Street in 1965. The money was raised and the Sanctuary was built by May 1974 and owned by December 1974. The Fellowship Hall was added later as the congregation grew. With Pastor Tom Mayer in the 1980s our name was changed from the “Newport Harbor” Church to the name we still have to this day, the “Costa Mesa Seventh-day Adventist Church”.
After doing a survey in 2018 we found that a majority of our members have joined within in the last 5 years and come weekly because they enjoy the church service, find it to be the best place for them their families and/or their friends to worship. A majority also found that they thrive from the friendships and pastoral ministry that leads them closer to Christ. Costa Mesa is led by the priesthood of all believers as over half of the church membership is highly involved in the leadership and services of the church. Even with this engagement we are always looking for more ways to encourage the discipleship of all who come into our community.