Love God. Love People. Serve the World.

The Madison Campus Seventh-day Adventist church is a vibrant, warm, friendly, church that views itself as a family. Our mission at Madison Campus is to love God, love people, and serve the world. As you look through our various ministries and church services on this website, you'll see that we are serious about reaching our immediate community and the world with the eternal gospel of Jesus Christ. Whether you are a young family, single, retired, or newly married, you will find a place to belong at Madison Campus. 

Please join us for worship each and every Sabbath (Saturday) morning at 607-B Larkin Springs Road, Madison, TN. We have two church services at 8:50 am and 11:20 am in our church sanctuary. Our Sabbath Schools (group Bible studies) meet in various classroom at 10:20 am, just ask one of our greeters to point you to one of our many vibrant classes.

We hope that you will find our website useful and filled with spiritually uplifting information. We hope it will give you a small taste of what it is like to be a part of the Madison Campus family and that you will join us in person soon!

This Sabbath's Speaker

To celebrate Jesus resurrection we will be having a special service this Sabbath. The service will be filled with a play by student from Madison Campus Elementary, music from Kids in Tune and our youth praise choir, and Pastor Ken will be presenting the final sermon in a three-part series entitled "The Passion." In the first sermon, we looked at Jesus request to remember Him through the communion service. Last Sabbath we remembered that when we feel abandoned by God, Jesus experienced that feeling as he hung on the cross and yet still remained faithful to God.  This Sabbath we'll celebrate the meaning of the word's "He is alive!" 

Pastor Ken has been senior pastor at Madison Campus since 2016. Prior to serving at MCC he worked in youth ministry and served as a senior pastor in Washington State. Before being called into pastoral ministry Ken worked in public relations and television and radio news. He is supported in ministry by his wife, Rachelle, and their two children, Kyla and Eric.