Our Church

Church is not about having four walls and a pulpit. It is about living in harmony as the body of Christ. This means each church member loves, respects and values the other members, realizing that just as different organs make up the body, so different members are needed to form the Church. Sure, we’ll disagree sometimes, and from time to time, even the closest families have some friction. That’s where Christian love and patience come in. As Christians we have the privilege to model for the world how God calls us to live in a caring, compassionate community. Here’s to a happy family with Jesus at the center!

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Who are Seventh-day Adventists?

Did you recently meet an Adventist? Maybe you saw an ad for an event at a local Adventist church, or drove by one of the denomination’s schools or hospitals. You may have just heard the word “Adventist” somewhere and want to find more about what it means.  Seventh-day Adventists are a global family of Christians…

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Seventh-day Adventist World Church Statistics 2021

Churches, Companies, Membership Summary of Statistics as of December 31, 2021 Churches95,297Companies72,975Church Memberships21,912,161Total Accessions1,069,234 Summary of Statistics as of December 31, 2020 Churches92,876Companies72,562Church Membership21,723,992Total Accessions803,430 Denominational Employees Summary of Statistics as of December 31, 2020 Ordained Ministers, Active (Full time and Part time)20,924Total Active Employees (Full time, Part time, Casual)322,120 Mission to the World Summary…

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How is the Seventh-day Adventist Church Organized and Structured?

The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a family of Christian believers who are united in mission, purpose and belief. Regardless of which part of the world you’re in, you can find Adventists seeking to follow biblical principles of Christ-like living, communicating, discipling, teaching, healing, and serving. Guided by the words of the Apostle Paul in Ephesians…

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