EXPLORE GROUPS: Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement
Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement
E. J. Waggoner, A. T. Jones
The General Conference coordinates the work of the denomination around the world.
The SDA Reform Movement has a convoluted history. The church’s official web site states:"The Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement General Conference first operated from Isernhagen, Germany, and then Basel, Switzerland. After World War II, the headquarters was moved to the United States of America, and in 1949 was incorporated in Sacramento, California. Because it was deemed more advantageous for a worldwide work to be situated on the eastern side of the U.S.A., the headquarters was temporarily relocated to Blackwood, New Jersey, before moving to its permanent location in Roanoke, Virginia."
Roanoke, VA USA
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