About the Adventists

Who are the Adventists?

The Seventh-day Adventists, with over 19 million members worldwide, is a Protestant Christian church organized in 1863 in the United States. Its origin comes shortly after the movement led by William Miller who stressed the need for greater emphasis on preaching about the soon return of Jesus Christ to this world. The South American headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, responsible for administrative coordination in eight countries recorded more than two million members.