New Pastor for The Edge Christian Worship Center and Cambridge Church

Daniel Da SilvaPastor Daniel daSilva has accepted the call to serve as the pastor for The Edge Christian Worship Center and Cambridge Church.   Daniel speaks several languages such as Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and English. He has a BA in international Relations from University of Brazil Sao Paulo and a BA in Theology from Southern Adventist University in Tennessee. Daniel and his wife Wendy come with a lot of experience working with and on Pathfinder programs.

While attending Southern Adventist University, Daniel served as a student pastor at Ooltewah SDA Church in Ooltewah, TN. Pastor daSilva comes with an understanding of how the church works having served as an Elder and as a Deacon. He has done home visitation conducting Bible studies with non-members.  Daniel has also done literature evangelism, going to churches and schools both in and outside our denomination, showing our church literature and providing training for other Literature Evangelists. He has done health seminars working with multi-cultural communities, as well as even working with Jewish communities doing Bible studies with them.

Daniel and Wendy daSilva come to The Edge Christian Worship Center with a desire to use their pastoral leadership to work with the church’s international community. They come willing to learn and to teach in order to create a community of faith that is trusting and growing. Join us in welcoming Pastor daSilva to The Edge Christian Worship Center and Cambridge Church. We believe that his personality, enthusiasm about his Adventists faith, his compassion and leadership abilities will help the churchs to became a Christian center in the community.

Brian K. Mungandi, Vice President for Administration

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