Adventist Pioneer Places: New York and New England
t started as a movement: in tiny homes and small churches in the northeast corner of the United States. Now the Seventh-day Adventist Church circles the globe, and its members are numbered, no longer in the dozens, but in the millions. Although the church’s beginnings were small, the stories of its early years are larger than life.
Visit the historical sites where it all began: the pioneers’ homes and churches, the sites of births and deaths, the special places where visions descended and revival arose. For each landmark Adventist Pioneer Places includes maps, GPS coordinates, and captivating stories that will sweep you back in time. Whether you visit the sites on a guided tour, plan a personal trip, or settle in and read about the sites from your own home, your faith will be awakened and your understanding deepened. Each noteworthy site serves as a spiritual marker, a reminder of God’s leading in the past—and His promise to lead us still.
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Burt, Merlin D., "Adventist Pioneer Places: New York and New England" (2011). Books. 9.