Advent Christian Village Continues to Progress

Dec 21, 2015

Advent Christian Village (ACV) recently held a service of dedication at The Village Church following the completion of two construction projects: Phase I of Taylor Commons, ACV’s newest neighborhood, and improvements made to the Christian education and office areas at The Village Church. These are the first projects to be completed which are part of the new ACV Master Development Plan announc... Learn More

An Easy Way to Support ACV at No Cost to You

Nov 30, 2015 has become one of the most popular choices of Americans for online purchases of virtually any product imaginable. Now you can receive great products from Amazon and generate a donation for Advent Christian Village. Simply go to and choose Advent Christian Village as your charitable organization. All... Learn More

Support Workshop for Local Band Students

May 27, 2015

1/6/2016 UPDATE: Thanks to all those who participated in this program, we succeeded in raising the necessary funds!

First Federal Bank of Florida is helping Advent Christian Village extend a special opportunity to Suwannee County band students. ACV will host an exciting musical event in Dowling Park in April 2016. Along with holding a public concert at ACV, Presidio Brass wi... Learn More

Advent Christian Village Awards 22 College Scholarships

May 20, 2015

The annual Marvin E. Jones Memorial and Forward Fund Scholarship Banquet was held by Advent Christian Village (ACV) May 19. Each year, the legacy of those who donated funds to ACV in order to establish scholarships is carried on, as college scholarships are awarded to Suwannee High School graduates, ACV employees and the children of ACV employees. This year, a total of 22 scholarships were awar... Learn More

Cancer Screenings: Sometimes More Harm Than Good

Apr 1, 2015

Many are under the impression that the more screening tests their doctor prescribes, the healthier they will be. Testing often is the key to staying in good health, right? Not necessarily.

The Choosing Wisely initiative, started by the American Board of Internal Medicine and now joined by over 60 medical societies, was started in order “to spark conversations between providers and pati... Learn More