The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a Protestant Christian group recognized by its recognition of Saturday, the seventh day of the week in Christian and Jewish date-books, as the Sabbath, and by its accentuation on the inevitable Second Coming (appearance) of Jesus Christ. The category became out of the Millerite development in the United States amid the mid-nineteenth century and was formally settled in 1863.Among its originators were Ellen G. White, whose broad works are as yet held in high respect by the congregation.
A great part of the philosophy of the Seventh-day Adventist Church relates to normal Protestant Christian lessons, for example, the Trinity and the dependability of Scripture. Unmistakable lessons incorporate the oblivious condition of the dead and the regulation of an analytical judgment. The congregation is known for its accentuation on eating regimen and wellbeing, its "comprehensive" comprehension of the person, promotion of religious freedom, and its preservationist standards and way of life.
The world church is represented by a General Conference, with smaller districts directed by divisions, association meetings, and nearby gatherings. It as of now has a worldwide submersed participation of more than 20 million individuals, and 25 million adherents. As of May 2007, it was the twelfth-biggest religious body in the world, and the 6th biggest very global religious body. It is ethnically and socially differing, and keeps up an evangelist nearness in more than 215 nations and territories.The church works more than 7,500 schools, including more than 100 post-optional establishments, various healing centers, and distributing houses around the world, just as a helpful guide association known as the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA).