World Church

Euro-Asia

Map of Euro-Asia Division

The Euro-Asia Division spans 11 time zones across northern Asia.

Adventists worship at almost 2,000 churches across the region, which is comprised of 13 countries.

By population, Euro-Asia is the second smallest of the denomination’s 13 world divisions. In a population of about 280 million it has about 140,000 church members, more than 45 percent of whom live in Ukraine.

In Russia, the division operates Zaoksky Adventist Seminary, located about 80 miles south of Moscow.

The Adventist Church in Euro-Asia has emerged from years of strict Communist rule. Beyond church membership growth, the Adventist Church has been able to establish schools, a publishing house and a media center.

In March of 2013 Hope Channel Ukraine was launched, giving the Seventh-day Adventist Church its fourth full-time satellite channel in Europe.

A health clinic opens in Pavlodar

A health clinic opens in Pavlodar

On February 4, the Adventist Church in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan, opened a clinic in the city. The activity of the clinic was aimed at popularization of the principles of healthy lifestyle, as well as prevention of diseases of the spine, muscle and...

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A festival of family and kindness was held in Pavlodar "Well Mom!"

A festival of family and kindness was held in Pavlodar "Well Mom!"

On February 3, in Pavlodar, Kazakhstan, the Adventist Church’s Children’s Ministries department in the region held a service filled with heartfelt kindness and an atmosphere of a warm family hearth. The festival, called  "Come on,...

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Adventists of Omsk continue to serve destitute and in winter

Adventists of Omsk continue to serve destitute and in winter

Throughout the year of 2017,  parishioners of the Adventist Church in Omsk, Russia, continued to provide assistance to the needy homeless. During the winter months, nurses gave hungry and cold people warm clothes, shoes, hot food. During...

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Representatives of different religions unite at a meeting for the hearing-impaired in Moscow

Representatives of different religions unite at a meeting for the hearing-impaired in Moscow

A club for the hearing-impaired, called “Interesting Encounters”, from the community of Khimki, was created to help people get acquainted with Biblical truths. For them, it is necessary, not only to communicate information through...

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Pathfinders gathered at the final book marathon in Nizhny Novgorod

Pathfinders gathered at the final book marathon in Nizhny Novgorod

From January 19-21, Pathfinders from the Western Russian Union of the Seventh-day Adventist Church gathered in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia for the final of the Pathfinder Book marathon. The children read the books of the Russian publishing house...

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Teaching two Russian orphans about God

Teaching two Russian orphans about God

The challenge appeared enormous.  Natalya Balan, the 59-year-old mother of four adult children, wasn’t sure how to make God real to the two young brothers that she had brought home from the Russian orphanage.  The boys — Daniil, 10, and...

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