Our History

The Brooklyn Seventh-day Adventist Church has a rich and extensive history, dating back to the beginning of Adventism.  Today, it stands as one of the oldest Seventh-day Adventist Churches in the Greater New York Conference of Churches, with its birth coming forth directly from the preachings and teachings of early Adventist pioneers,

James and Ellen White.

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Throughout the years, the Brooklyn Church has fostered the growth of other churches in Brooklyn.

Churches that were formed through association with the Brooklyn Seventh-day Adventist Church are: Maranatha, New Haven, French Jerusalem, and New Jerusalem.

As we reflect upon the growth of our church, we can truly say:  Surely God has led us!

And as we look ahead, we are strengthened knowing this: who we are and what we are today, as a church and as a denomination, is built on the firm foundation of Jesus Christ, supported by the strong “pillars” of the early pioneers of Adventism.