Welcome to the Elm Haven Fellowship S.D.A. Church in Windsor, CO. We are a Christian community and would love to have you join our family. To learn more about what we believe you can visit our About Us page. Please join us for Bible study, worship, and prayer.

Pastor Jason Logan
Elm Haven Fellowship S.D.A. Church

Join Us This Saturday
Service times:
Sabbath School: 9:30 AM
Worship Service: 10:45 AM

Sabbath October 20:

Brother Milton Dick will present the Sabbath School lesson study

Pastor Jason Logan will present the worship message

NEW Devotional Below for October 10 >>



Please note: Pastor Logan will initiate a new weekly Wednesday evening Bible study on October 17, 6:30 PM.  "Biblical Response Therapy" is a Bible study which goes into great detail on life changing principles for overcoming character weaknesses, addictions, and unwanted habitual tendencies.  And yes, I expect we all are in need of it.  The study will be held at the Greeley Seventh-day Adventist Church (corner of 21st Ave. and 10th Street - Parking lot east side of church)


Above: A nice turnout for the 2018 Bonfire at Schraeder's

Slideshow of 2018 Bonfire >>

The Ark makes it to the Windsor Labor Day Parade:

Pretty impressive to behold.  Thanks to all the volunteers.

More pictures at Building Noah's Ark >>

Devotional From Abby Logan

October 10, 2018

Joshua 1:9

Have you ever experienced anxiety? As a human being, most likely you have. I know that I’ve had to deal with it more than I’d like. When I do get anxiety, I feel anything but safe. A fear wells up in my chest, crowding out my reasoning and convincing me that something terrible could happen at any moment. This anxiety speaks to me, telling me that I’m not enough, that I’m alone, that I’m in danger, that there’s something wrong with me.

But it’s lying. That’s what anxiety is. It’s a lie. We know this, because our Savior has given us evidence that we’re safe in Him. The Bible is full of verses that give us promises to claim on this topic, but there’s one of them that I like best.

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

There is not a clearer way to express our assurance in Christ. There’s not a more poignant passage that demonstrates how God is literally with us wherever we are. It doesn’t matter if we are afraid. It’s okay if we don’t feel like we’re enough. The anxiety in our hearts is crushed in light of the Glory of God. God is bigger than all of our fears, all of our doubts, and all of our anxiety.

Another passage states that God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness. It tells us that we should boast in our infirmities because the power of Christ will rest upon us. What is anxiety but a weakness? And if a weakness, is it not truly our strength? God will shine through that fear and despair.

In my darkest moment, when I feel the claw of panic snaking into my veins and feel that I’m being overwhelmed; that is when I can turn to the Lord and claim the promise that He is with me wherever I am. That is when I know that I have no need to fear because He has already told me to be strong and courageous. That is when I know that He is my perfection.

Abby Logan