In response to increased interest, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America has launched a new website to help introduce the church to people interested in learning more.
The site, WhoAreAdventists.org, provides a broad overview about the history and beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, as well as background about the church’s passionate commitment to serving people across the country and around the world through disaster relief efforts, community service, and innovative health and wellness programs.
“We are seeing increased interest in ‘the Adventist story’ in recent months,” said Daniel R. Jackson, president of the Adventist Church’s North American Division. “And while Adventists are a humble community of believers, we do want to make it as easy as possible for people to learn about our distinctive Christian beliefs, and ultimately, perhaps, to visit one of our churches for fellowship.”
The website provides concise “nuggets” of information for anyone who is time-pressed but interested in a basic introduction to the Adventist church, church leaders said. It includes features intended for those who wish to learn even more about Adventism, including links to other websites.