The prayer meeting is almost universally the most poorly attended service of the church, and is considered the most difficult to conduct. In many churchesView Details
In 1853, only a few years after the first group of Sabbath-keeping Adventists was formed in Washington, New Hampshire, James White organized the first regularView Details
The major church worship service occurs on Saturday, typically commencing with Sabbath School which is a structured time of small-group study at church.View Details
God has woven music into the very fabric of His creation. When He made all things “the morning stars sang together and the angels shouted for joy.”Job 38:7View Details
As a Christian church, Seventh-day Adventists are a faith community rooted in the beliefs described by the Holy Scriptures. Adventists describe these beliefs in the following ways:
God’s greatest desire is for you to see a clear picture of His character. When you see Him clearly, you will find His love irresistible.
For many, “seeing God clearly” requires that they see God’s face. However, how He looks is not the issue. Seeing and understanding His character is what’s most important. The more clearly we understand Him, the more we will find His love irresistible. Read more
Seventh-day Adventists are people of hope who are committed to promoting the biblical message of quality of life for the present and the future. In keeping with that principle, Seventh-day Adventists believe the Bible teaches a weekly seventh-day Sabbath day of rest and worship and the promise of Christ’s second coming or “Advent.” Hence the name, Seventh-day Adventist. As a Christian church, Seventh-day
The Seventh Day Adventist church has several categories of pastors: ordained pastors, who lead an individual church; licensed ministers, who are authorized to preach and evangelize, but can more or less be thought of as “in training” for becoming an ordained pastor; and Bible instructors, who work with evangelists and local congregations.