Welcome to the Bermuda Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Media Ministries section of the Web site. The Seventh-day Adventist Church offers 24-hour television programming on cable Channel 80. The local and international programs provide news, television, radio, and the Internet to spread the good news and hope that comes from knowing Christ through sermons, marital tips, financial insights, mission highlights, Christian education information and more. If you want to learn more about God and what He desire for you, be sure to view Channel 80.

Adventist Television (ATV, Channel 80) - A 24/7 cable television channel broadcasting on the island of Bermuda.

Adventist Television formally became a reality on Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at 10:00 a.m. with the official launch at the Hamilton Seventh-day Adventist Church on King Street in Hamilton, Bermuda. Among the dignitaries on hand to witness and give congratulatory remarks were the Mayor of Hamilton, the Rt. Wor. Lawson E. Mapp; The Honorable Dennis Lister, MP representing the ministry of Telecommunications ; The Honorable Grant Gibbons, MP leader of the Opposition; Jeremy Elmas, CableVision general manager; Dr. Donald King, president of the Atlantic Union Conference; Dr. Carlyle Simmons, secretary of the Atlantic Union Conference; Dr. Jeffrey Brown, president of Bermuda Conference, and Sheila Holder, communication director for the Bermuda Conference. With the objective of "Transforming Lives: One Step at a Time," the Bermuda Conference Communication Department and the Bermuda Conference are aiming to reach each community member with messages and programming of hope and to introduce all to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Thousands already enjoy the weekly radio program "Adventists in Focus" and it is anticipated that many will also come to appreciate this new exciting ministry.

Here are other Adventist Media Ministries:

Three Angels Broadcasting Network, is a 24-hour, multi-lingual, television and radio network. Based in West Frankfort, Illinois, 3ABN is the second largest Christian network in North America. The broadcast signal reaches every inhabited continent.

A Christian ministry committed to spreading the gospel through technology, which streams live and pre-recorded programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With 120,000 viewers per month in the United States, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Bermuda, and Canada.

A half-hour telecast that seeks to reach a diverse television audience with the truth of the gospel. Launched in 1950, Faith for Today has experimented with several TV formats. Based at the Adventist Media Center in Simi Valley, California, the program is hosted by Pastor Mike Tucker.

Offices in Silver Spring, Maryland, the Hope Channel is the official television network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Committed to sharing the hope of Jesus Christ, the Hope Channel has six multi-language channels broadcasting to every inhabited continent on the planet. Its internationally diverse programming is carried by direct-to-home satellite, cable, television stations, and the internet. Watch Live Streams

A weekly half-hour telecast that communicates the gospel of Jesus Christ in nine languages and 130 countries. Based at the Adventist Media Center in Simi Valley, California, the program is hosted by Pastor Shawn Boonstra.

Loma Linda Broadcasting Network, a viewer-supported television ministry, is based in Loma Linda, California. LLBN broadcasts 24/7 via satellite, cable, and internet video streaming. With Bible studies, talk shows, inspirational music and more, LLBN spreads the gospel of Christ.

Provide 24-hour video streaming of live and archived church services, concerts, and events as well as 24-hour radio stations.

A weekly half-hour satellite broadcast produced by the General Conference Sabbath School and Personal Ministries Department in cooperation with The Hope Channel. Hosted by Pastor Casey Wolverton of Australia, the broadcast features guests from all over the world engaging in lively discussions of the Seventh-day Adventist Church's weekly Sabbath School lesson.

Based in Redlands, California, The Quiet Hour is a multi-faceted international ministry that launches outreach initiatives all over the world. Started in 1937 as a radio ministry, ministry is now active in radio, television, and public evangelism. Windows of Hope is the Quiet Hour's television program.

Based in Ypsilanti, Michigan and produced by Ray and Debbie Young, the church houses the Quiet Moment Radio ministry. The Ypsilanti church has an active internet ministry, providing live video streaming of its weekly Sabbath worship service.

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