Adventist Teen in New York City is Missing: Online Prayer Event Organized
22 August 2018 | Schae Fuller in the Brooklyn area of New York City has been reported missing by the New York Police Department (NYPD) during a month when a number of highly visible disappearances of women across the United States have been the subject of much attention by the news media. The youth director of the denomination’s Greater New York Conference has announced a special prayer session for Fuller at 8:30 pm local time tomorrow using an Internet conferencing system.
Fuller is a member of the Beulah Temple Seventh-day Adventist Church at 9520 Seaview Avenue. She is a member of the Pathfinder Bible Quiz team.
Fuller was last seen at her home in Brooklyn on Friday morning (August 17). She is described in the NYPD alert as “a black female who is 5’2″, 150 pounds.”
Adventist Today readers can join the prayer session via Zoom at: https://zoom.us/j/631886364
“We want to pray that the Lord will give her a safe and speedy return to her family and friends,” said Pastor Ariel Manzuela, youth ministries director of the Greater New York Conference. The prayer session will begin at 8:30 pm Eastern time in the U.S. tomorrow, August 23.
The photo is of Beulah Temple Seventh-day Adventist Church on Seaview Avenue in Brooklyn, New York City.