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The Church of God (Seventh Day)

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The General Conference, Church of God (Seventh Day), is a family of more than 200 local congregations scattered across the United States and Canada. Through its International Ministerial Congress, the Church of God (Seventh Day) is a global church, connecting 300,000 members around the world.  Begun in the mid-1800’s, this church remains committed to the centrality of Christ, the authority of Scripture, and the truth of the Sabbath, among other distinctives. Its denominational headquarters is located in Denver, Colorado. In the preface of his fine volume, The Pursuit of God, A.W. Tozer reflects on what he calls “the only real harbinger of hope” detectable anywhere on the religious horizon—that there are increasing numbers of Christians whose religious lives are … Read more.....

 

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Introducing the Church of God (Seventh Day)

Our beginning…
The Church of God (Seventh Day) grew from the efforts of dedicated advent believers living in Michigan and Iowa in the late 1850’s. In 1863, the Michigan church began to extend its influence into the eastern and central U.S. through a publication called The Hope of Israel. This magazine invited fellow Christians to assemble at conferences and camp meetings, and created interest in their distinctive doctrines: the second advent of Christ and the seventh-day Sabbath.

 

 

Through these means, the General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh Day) was organized in 1884 and incorporated in Missouri in 1899. Its offices were located in Stanberry, Missouri, until 1950, when they were transferred to Denver, Colorado.

 

Over the years, The Hope of Israel also moved from Michigan to Iowa, then to Missouri. After several name changes, it is now known as the Bible Advocate. More than 100 years later, this flagship publication of the Church continues to be published and mailed six times a year from the conference offices in Denver. Read more......

 


MISSION

Our mission is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, introduce others to the Lord, teach them to obey His Word, and nurture spiritual growth in all believers.

IDENTITY

We are a fellowship of believers in Jesus Christ who are bound together and find unique identity in our combined commitment to the written Word of God as our sole authority for belief and practice, to our distinctive doctrines, and to one another as a General Conference of members and congregations.

THE WORSHIPPING CHURCH
In the preface of his fine volume, The Pursuit of God, A.W. Tozer reflects on what he calls “the only real harbinger of hope” detectable anywhere on the religious horizon—that there are increasing numbers of Christians whose religious lives are … Read more...