Three Angels Church Life


We're so glad you've stopped by our website, which is the main source for the very latest updates during this challenging time. All the latest updates will be posted first here. Please check it daily for the latest info.

Religious Exemption to Vaccine FAQ 

Are you about to lose your job because you're not vaccinated? Click HERE for an explanation of the vaccine mandate and whether you can receive help from your church. The North American Division Religious Liberty Team has prepared a short video that might be helpful in answering these and other FAQ related to employment vaccine mandates and religious liberty exemptions.

CHEC Wellness Resources 

Since we still find ourselves in a public health crisis, we would like to offer you helpful resources to minimize the risks:

David DeRose, MD, MPH - mRNA COVID Vaccines-5 Myths Dispelled

Dr. Kevin Bryant, MD - Myths and Facts About Covid-19 Vaccines

Roger Seheult, MD - Information about Covid-19

David DeRose, MD, MPH - 30 Days to Natural Diabetes and High Blood Pressure Control

Today's Church Service


Here are links to the audio and print versions of The Great Controversy, chapter 36. This chapter covers the topic of today's and next Sabbath's sermons.


Here are some resources that explains what the Adventist health  message is about:

Ellen G. White, Ministry of Healing

Ellen G. White, Counsels on Diet and Foods

God's 8 Laws of Health

Adventist Health Ministries

Great Children's Resources

How can I return my tithe and offerings?

Here are some easy options:

  • Drop your tithe envelope/offerings in the basket in the church foyer on Sabbath morning.

  • Put a check in the mail made out to “Three Angels Seventh-day Adventist Church” or, if you are a Newton member, to "Newton Seventh-day Adventist Church". If you don't have tithe envelopes, please be sure to indicate what is tithe and what is offering.

  • Give online by clicking here.
  • Give via the AdventistGiving app. Set up is easy and you can use it on any device.


The church is open for Sabbath School and Church Service this Sabbath. We will also have an all-church fellowship meal.

Below, you'll find the Zoom links to all the weekly meetings.

Saturday, January 22

 Our Sabbath School classes will meet in person at the church. The church service will be both in person and on Zoom at 10:45 am. Vespers is Zoom only at 6:30 pm. 

Here are the links to meetings available via Zoom this Sabbath:

Adult Sabbath School - 9:30 am

Worship Service - 10:45 am

The service will be transmitted live on YouTube at 10:45 am (you can watch it on our website). Our radio station (101.7 FM) will join the broadcast at 11:00 am. 

TAG - 3:00 pm

Vespers - 6:00 pm

Here are phone-in instructions for the Adult Sabbath School class, the Worship Service, and Vespers: 

Dial 253-215-8782 on your phone. When prompted, dial 967-7314-8140 - # (meeting ID). Then, if prompted to enter a participant ID, press '#.

Sunday, January 23

Elders' Meeting - 8:00 am

Church Board - 9:00 am

School Board - 10:30 am 

Monday, January 24

Hope Awakens - 6:30 pm 

Wednesday, January 26

Parents Praying for Their Children - 6:00 pm 

Midweek Prayer Meeting - 7:00 pm

Friday, January 28

AY: Friday Evening Vespers  - 5:00 pm

Attachments area
Pastor Birger Draget
Wichita Three Angels SDA Church


Join Us This Saturday
Service times:

  • Sabbath School: 9:00 a.m. via Zoom (see above)
  • Worship Service: 10:45 a.m. via Zoom (see above) 



To have a world-impacting local presence that reflects the mission of Revelation 14, urging preparation for Christ’s soon return by fostering the development of Christ’s character and proclaiming the Three Angels’ messages.



A Worldwide Church Family

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a mainstream Protestant church with approximately 19 million members worldwide, including more than one million members in North America. The Adventist Church operates 173 hospitals and sanitariums and more than 7,500 schools around the world. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) works within communities in more than 130 countries to provide community development and disaster relief.