Media Ministries – Television
This page includes links to churches and organizations in the Atlantic Union Conference territory with television ministries. It also includes (listed below) links to other television ministries in the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
If your church or organization has a television ministry that is not listed here, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The list is updated as additional information is received.
Adventist Television Cable Channel 80
A 24/7 cable television channel broadcasting on the island of Bermuda.
Pathway of Hope
Pathway of Hope is a New York City based television ministry designed to provide hope for the people of New York City and the world.
A Web site that provides 24-hour video streaming of live and archived church services, concerts, and events as well as 24-hour radio stations.
The Adventist Channel
The North American Division has launched "The Adventist Channel" on the Internet, available at sda.biggytv.com. The channel is a video on-demand service that will allow viewers to choose from a growing list of top Adventist programming. Programs will be added weekly so that viewers are not overwhelmed with too many options initially. The service allows viewers of longer programs to interrupt their viewing and come back and start close to where they left off. Check out the series especially for women, "Keeping the Faith," and the series especially for men called "Understanding Men." Viewers can watch any of the programs whenever they want.
The Hope Channel
The Hope Channel is a Christian television network that seeks to bring everlasting hope to people around the world. We believe true inner peace and contentment is found in Jesus Christ. Our programming is designed to help people experience the abundant life that Jesus promised in John 10:10.
Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) is the "Mending Broken People Network," a 24-hour Christian television and radio network. 3ABN’s focus is to present programming which will reach people right where they are hurting. 3ABN is not owned, operated or funded by any church, denomination or organization, so people from all cultures and backgrounds appreciate 3ABN programming. Many of 3ABN's employees and volunteers are members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.