For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve (Mark 10:45)

We believe we have been called to serve. Following in Christ’s example, it is the goal of our church to go and minister to the needs of the people in the community around as well as the far reaches of the globe. See how the Adventist Church unites in missionary, humanitarian, and religious liberty efforts.

Missionary Work – a message to share

Jesus said: “Go and make followers of all people in the world” (Matthew 28:19). Known as “the Great Commission,” these words motivate Seventh-day Adventists. Learn more about our worldwide missionary efforts here.

Humanitarian Work – a call to serve

Since the establishment of the Seventh-day Adventist Welfare Service (SAWS) in 1956, the Adventist Church has continually prioritized humanitarian aid and community development. Learn more about our worldwide humanitarian efforts here.

Religious Liberty – freedom to believe

The Seventh-day Adventist church strongly believes in religious freedom for all people. A person’s conscience, not government, should dictate his or her choice to worship—or not. Learn more about our church’s efforts to promote religious liberty here.

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