Seventh-day Adventists have taken to heart the gospel commission found in Matthew 28 to go and teach all nations and baptize them.

As a result, the Seventh-day Adventist church has grown into a worldwide organization with a presence in more than 200 countries. This desire to share the gospel is born out of genuine Christian love for our fellow human beings and the desire to share the hope that comes from a relationship with Jesus Christ.

A Church that professes fundamental beliefs

Adventists believe that they are heirs of the apostles’ teachings and of the thoughts of the Reformers. Adventists profess, together with other Christians of Evangelical tradition, the essential doctrines on Christ’s divinity, the Trinity, the authority of the Bible in doctrinal matters, salvation through divine grace, justification through faith and baptism by immersion.

A Church that shares its fundamental beliefs

Entrance into the Church does not take place through the acquisition of certain knowledge, but by accepting the person of Jesus Christ. This commitment is taken after serious instruction and a personal, free and voluntary decision.

A Church that respects other people

Adventists consider all men equal before God and reject all types of sectarianism manifested against a person because of his ethnic origin, nationality or religious belief. We gladly acknowledge that sincere Christians may be found in other churches, and cooperate with all organizations that strive to relieve human sufferings and extol Christ before men.



Over 900 members, 3 congregations
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St. Maarten

Over 2000 members, 7 congregations
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St. Eustatius/Saba

A vibrant Adventist presence
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Over 4500 members, 8 churches
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