Eglise Mondiale

La Division Eurasienne

La Division Eurasienne

La Division Eurasienne s'étend sur 11 fuseaux horaires à travers le nord de l'Asie.

Les adventistes se rencontrent dans près de 2 000 églises dans cette région composée de 13 pays.

De par sa population, la Division Eurasienne est la deuxième plus petite des 13 Divisions adventistes du monde. Sur une population d'environ 280 millions d’habitants, la Division compte près de 140 000 membres, dont plus de 45% vivent en Ukraine.

En Russie, la Division gère le Séminaire Adventiste Zaoksky, situé à environ 130 kilomètres au sud de Moscou.

L'Eglise adventiste Eurasienne est apparue après des années de régime communiste strict. L’Eglise n’a pas seulement augmenté le nombre de ses membres, mais elle a aussi créé des écoles, une maison d'édition et un centre média.

En Mars 2013, Hope Channel Ukraine a été lancée. C’est la quatrième chaîne satellite à temps plein de l'Eglise Adventiste du Septième Jour en Europe.

 

 

2 Russian projects among recipients of $415,000 in mission spending

2 Russian projects among recipients of $415,000 in mission spending

Adventist Mission will extend nearly U.S.$415,000 in grants to open two health-oriented community centers in Russia, fund 111 Global Mission pioneers, and provide much-needed assistance to an orphanage in Madagascar built by a previous Thirteenth...

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The Adventist Choir of Aksai announced the resurrection of Christ to the inhabitants of the city

The Adventist Choir of Aksai announced the resurrection of Christ to the inhabitants of the city

Every year, on the Feast of Pascha, the choir from the Aksai Seventh-day Adventist Church in Kazakhstan, conducts an unusual service. They perform hymns at the central entrance to the city cemetery. This year on Sunday, April 8, the weather was...

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Training seminars for girls held at the camp in the Ukraine

Training seminars for girls held at the camp in the Ukraine

Nineteen girls, ranging in age from 13 to 15, came from all over Ukraine to attend the “School of Life” girls camp in Mykolayiv. The girls learned to cook pies, speak English, and build relationships. The girls said they enjoyed the...

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Chisinau youth organize unique Prayer Week

Chisinau youth organize unique Prayer Week

Adventist youth in Chisinau, Moldova, decided to conduct a prayer week for young people in an unusual way. This year, they wanted to destroy the stereotype that it's hard for young people to wake up in the morning, so they opted for early...

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Church celebrates baptism of 11 people who completed the program "Healthy spine" in Ulan-Ude

Church celebrates baptism of 11 people who completed the program "Healthy spine" in Ulan-Ude

From March 24 to April 7, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Ulan-Ude, Russia, organized a program with the primary focus on health and spirituality. The attendees were told how perfectly God created man, in a small package, unique for his own...

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Quiz on the biblical book of Acts of the Apostles was successfully held in Yerevan

Quiz on the biblical book of Acts of the Apostles was successfully held in Yerevan

For three months young Adventists from the Shengavit community in Yerevan, Armenia, and the surrounding territories, studied the book of Acts. On April 1, the first Bible competition on the subject was organized and held at the Shengavit Adventist...

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Les croyances des Adventistes du Septième jour sont destinées à imprégner l’ensemble de votre vie. Les écritures brossent un portrait irrésistible de Dieu et vous êtes invités à explorer, expérimenter et connaître Celui qui veut nous aider à atteindre la plénitude.

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